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Re: nicotine enhancment and dependence Rculater

Posted by rjlockhart37 on January 19, 2020, at 23:39:24

In reply to Re: nicotine enhancment and dependence, posted by Rculater on January 18, 2020, at 17:35:42

oh yes, have dopamine issues, so stopping nicotine, well yes would not be bad. But just like drinking coffee in the morning, ill stay in this non productive phase, only in intense situations will it be stimulated. I went 10 years off a stimulant, and went into a vegetable, zyprexa induced dopamine lowered levels. Think of this way, you go through the day, you don't see anything to look forward too except a few events, your sluggish and depressed. The motor skills, or doing work at a factory i would fail behind badly, motor skills were impaired. See it is a dopamine issue, i went years in this non active state, with no nicotine or stimulant. Then when i started smoking, i realized the stimulation. And i was more activated, but wanting to have the reward effect after i got done. So it was looking forward to something, a dopamine release. I had hardly any dopamine release for years. Drinking extreme caffeine or stimulant to be productive. If was taken off Nuvigil, i would be impaired, only in emergency issues when i would be forced to be activated


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