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'Dopamite' IS dangerous?
  1. #1
    Mr. TomatMus Guest

    Default 'Dopamite' IS dangerous?

    If it was possible to make tablets with dopamine, could it turn out to
    be a dangerous drug?

    It does definately have some significant effect on the brain, we know
    that from people with schizophrenia and so on. I mean, what would
    happen with very high doses of dopamine?

    Are there anybody with some qualified guesses..?

    Tom Atmo


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    Mr. TomatMus Guest

    Default Re: 'Dopamite' IS dangerous?

    On 14 Feb., 16:44, "Mr. TomatMus" <PeterChristen...@lycos.com> wrote:
    > If it was possible to make tablets with dopamine, could it turn out to
    > be a dangerous drug?
    >
    > It does definately have some significant effect on the brain, we know
    > that from people with schizophrenia and so on. I mean, what would
    > happen with very high doses of dopamine?


    -Like with other stuff, that ends on 'ine, I mean.

    Dangerous 'dopamite'..?

    TomAtmo


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    Adamski_Rasputin Guest

    Default Re: 'Dopamite' IS dangerous?

    On 14 feb, 16:44, "Mr. TomatMus" <PeterChristen...@lycos.com> wrote:
    > If it was possible to make tablets with dopamine, could it turn out to
    > be a dangerous drug?
    >
    > It does definately have some significant effect on the brain, we know
    > that from people with schizophrenia and so on. I mean, what would
    > happen with very high doses of dopamine?
    >
    > Are there anybody with some qualified guesses..?
    >
    > Tom Atmo


    I don't know, but there are enough other drugs on the market to get
    your kicks I think.

    Berty


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    Mr. TomatMus Guest

    Default Re: 'Dopamite' IS dangerous?

    On 14 Feb., 19:08, "Adamski_Rasputin" <adamskiraspu...@yahoo.com>
    wrote:
    > On 14 feb, 16:44, "Mr. TomatMus" <PeterChristen...@lycos.com> wrote:
    >
    > > If it was possible to make tablets with dopamine, could it turn out to
    > > be a dangerous drug?

    >
    > > It does definately have some significant effect on the brain, we know
    > > that from people with schizophrenia and so on. I mean, what would
    > > happen with very high doses of dopamine?

    >
    > > Are there anybody with some qualified guesses..?

    >
    > > Tom Atmo

    >
    > I don't know, but there are enough other drugs on the market to get
    > your kicks I think.
    >
    > Berty


    Yes, I know. But I don't want to take such things. I'm just interested
    in the dopamine.

    I know that there are similarities between dopamine and amphetamines:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dopamine
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amphetamines

    The only kicks I get (I don't take drugs) is some 'dopamine kicks',
    which are somehow usually unwanted. I suffer from schizophrenia, and I
    believe that this is what causes my sometimes severe instabilities.

    Sometimes I am very active at night (could be from 8.00 pm to 8.00
    am). -Simply can't sleep! -At other times I've been so tired and
    depressed, that I can't get anything at all done on a whole day. I
    would really like to understand this thing with the dopamine...

    Sometimes (actually quite often) people have accused me for being on
    drugs (and I do understand why), but I just can't help it. It must be
    something with the dopamine. I appear to be very unstable somehow. I
    wish that there was something to do about it, but there doesn't appear
    to be anything to do.

    When I take the usual psychiatric drugs against schizophrenia, I just
    become severely depressed and very passive most of the time. I can't
    live with that either, that's simply not a human life!

    But ok, in the 'good' periods I can actually get some things done
    quite well, so maybe I must just learn to live with the 'bad' periods
    too...

    Tom Atmo
    (alias for Pete C)


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    Mr. TomatMus Guest

    Default Re: 'Dopamite' IS dangerous?


    > > It does definately have some significant effect on the brain, we know
    > > that from people with schizophrenia and so on. I mean, what would
    > > happen with very high doses of dopamine?


    I'm often using the phrases 'schizomania' and 'dopamite'. I'm much to
    active at the wrong times (mania), and sometimes it all goes so fast,
    that I'm feeling that my head is going to 'blow up', if you understand
    what I mean...

    This is a really difficult subject to talk about, and being honest is
    also really hard too. -But I know other people with schizophrenia, and
    they appear to suffer from the same things as I do. So there must be
    something about these things, I think.

    'Tom Atmo'
    (alias for Pete C)


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    Luke Flyswatter Guest

    Default Re: 'Dopamite' IS dangerous?

    I was watching ER the other night and they said to give this guy on
    the table dopamine. I came in halfway through it but the guy started
    to pass out after they gave it to him.


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    Ralph Claxton Guest

    Default Re: 'Dopamite' IS dangerous?

    Dopamine definately is NOT dangerous! It is the neurotransmitter of
    the reward system of the brain. It could be like cocaine, in fact it is
    the dopamine that cocaine allows to stay in the nerve gaps that is what
    cocaine actually is. Here is an addiction problem. Aleister Crowley, the
    pope of the will power religion, Thelemism, didn't have the will power
    to cure his cocaine addiction. It is known as the worst addiction and
    its withdrawl symptoms are apparently the worst. That's what doamine
    blockers called antipsychotic drugs do. They cause everybody the worst
    withdrawal symptoms, withdrawal from cocaine, and it takes about ten
    years of dopamine blockers to get over the withdrawal symptoms caused by
    the dopamine blockers. Dopamine blockers are cruel and unusual
    punishemnt forbidden by the Eighth Amendment.


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