a: antidepressants ~
b: like gasoline additives


"Most antidepressants are like gasoline additives, they help a person hang on to the serotonin or epinephrine their brain is already producing. Most individuals don't have any serotonin or epinephrine in their brain to re-uptake. A gasoline additive doesn't help when the tank is empty! Most individuals with depression or mood disorders are deficient in serotonin and epinephrine; they've used it all up and their brains are empty. This is why they are depressed, have more pain, suffer from insomnia, and anxiety. Using a gasoline additive isn't going to help. Serotonin and epinephrine are made from the amino acids. Why use a gasoline additive (that has all kinds of potential side-effects) when you can just pour gasoline into your tank. Yes, please take amino acids."

Writer: Dr. Rodger H. Murphree DC, CNS
Date: Jan 31 2014 5:47 PM

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