I see this is a very old post BUT in case you're still around, I'm trying to decide whether or not to take Trazodone (which is why your post came up) for severe insomnia (I also have chronic depression. So far I have been able to avoid anti-depressants but symptoms stay severe and natural therapies have not been successful.)
But what is "Adrenergic receptor antagonist" and "5ht2 receptor antagonist"? Are those descriptions of Trazodone and what it does/how it works?
I will google "Mechanism of Action of Trazodone: a Multifunctional Drug" as suggested. Anyone with advice or more info can respond to me. Thx!
== A close female friend with decades-long history of PTSD thought her problems were due to a rough childhood and being a victim of a crime during her teens. ... ... == When I got into a heavy metal detox group for my lead problem I kept seeing people with her symptom cluster. It is similar to yours, including the stiff muscles. She used to pull muscles just vaccuming the carpet or just getting out of bed! She had to go to the chiropractor every month for one problem or another. ... ... == She had been going to an endocrinologist for thyroid meds for over a decade with modest gains but he neve ... [This message is long. Retrieve the whole message]
I didnt' see the date on the above question so excuse me if it's a long time age. Anyone reading the post should consider checking dr lawrence wilson. Keep an open mind! He doesn't advertise and you don't have to join anything to access his wealth of free insight
I was reading some of these articles but there are no dates so I have no idea what year you sent this. I have Muses syndrome. They screwed up my test as well. Were it not for the oxygen treatment and Gods guiding hand I would surely have already died. Unfortunately, my exposure was so prolonged that I should have already died long before I finally figured out I had muses syndrome so mine wasn't curable. But, the difference before the oxygen treatment and after about 2 years was huge. I thought I might live 2 years when I finally figured out what was wrong with me. It's been about 10 years and I'm still here....although for how much longer I'm not sure. My parkinson's symtoms are worse than ever and I've been declining at an ever accellerating rate this last 2 years. Keep me in your prayers.
Thank you so much for pointing this out to me! I just put a post up on the Propecia forum of CureZone, so hopefully that helps spread the word. I'd be over the moon if what worked for me can help other people out.
Hi, thanks for sharing your experience. I did try to stop coffee for the last month and half and I saw a dramatic difference on my hair loss. Provided that all other stuff is OK (iron levels, hormones, etc). Since I stopped drinking coffee my hair stop falling. So, it works.