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post #38 of (permalink) Old 12-05-2012, 04:52 PM
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Originally Posted by jonny neurotic View Post
On what do you base your conclusion that I am narrow minded? Because I am wary of the placebo effect and peoples capacity for self deception? Because I like empirical data? Because I bother to actually research things and have a fair degree of certainty that homeostasis will prevent the upping of an amino acid from upping the levels of a corresponding neurotransmitter. Dopmamine is the precursor to noradrenaline. But elevated dopamine doesn't cause elevated noradrenaline because it just doesn't work like that.

No, because you believe everything you read and people that talk about placebo aas much as you do seriously have a hard time not saying everything is a placebo. Answer this, why are you even researching what can be different for alot of people? That alone is what I call being narrow minded and not being able to accept any other outcome. Science has been wrong many times, and like i said, lots of studies are backed by the Pharma industry.

lol. There are many people who would seek to disabuse you of that notion.

Good, I never said I knew for sure.

I didn't say the thread should be closed. I am not a fan of censorship.

Do you think trying to debunk everything and not accepting other possibilities is that much better?

Oh, very grown up of you.

Serious question, dont avoid it.

I know. I'm giving my opinion for the sheer enjoyment of it. What's your excuse?

Go have fun somewhere else then, my excuse is to not let you make people believe everything is a placebo.

How many times does the placebo effect have to be mentioned?


So a few of the people on here were actually suffering from tyrosine deficiency? Who would have guessed it. Now for those of use with real mental health problems some real strategies are in order.

No one said anything of deficiency. You might be one of those people, so I advise you find your OWN remedies instead of attacking ones that didn't work for you.

Cured? Of the anxiety, yes. Of the basic cognitive deficit which begat the anxiety? No. And I don't think that will ever go away. The anxiety, in the grand scheme of it, was the easy part...
What cognitive deficit are you talking about if you dont mind me asking?
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