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^ You might benefit from taking a GABAergic (pregabalin) and some magnesium, for the muscle spasms. You'd also need to increase acetylcholine (huperzine?) with dopamine that high, or you'll probably encounter confusion and psychosis eventually if doses are high.
 

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^Good Post

And my theory is to locate the mechanism's introverts use and treat those areas. I do believe the things that make an introvert a introvert are a huge contributor to SA. Think about it, introverts get drained around people, they lack the social reward that extroverts get. If we were more driven by reward then punishment, the SA population would (in my opinion) drop by a large number. However that is by far, a politically correct statement. You'd be hard-pressed to find many sites condemning introverted behavior. Personally I believe it should be treated as a disorder, humans were meant to be social for a varieties of reasons.

http://serendip.brynmawr.edu/biology/b103/f03/web1/nkrimgold.html
Things like that are controversial to say, but very true. A lot of introverts are just in denial, and the fact is that their families are likely to be similarly introverted as them (due to genetics), and perhaps even encourage the un-social behaviour.
 

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Think about how a lack of positive emotions or healthy social support system leads depression and anxiety.
Yeah, I've isolated myself from the world for a long time, and even if my brain is starting to be "fixed" from these disorders, it's very hard to build up any sort of life again. The easiest way is to take drugs that make you extroverted, but then I guess you're not "fixing" anything and it's more a lifestyle choice.
 
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