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... tyrosine and even plain old tyrosine has helped me become more alert. i still need to take the adderall but i am now doing much better. ... (0 replies)
... Amphetamines promote the release and block the reuptake of Dopamine in the CNS. It's very difficult to replicate this effect with 'natural' supplements. You can try supplementing L-Tyrosine, as shortage of L-Tyrosine can lead to a shortage of both Dopamine and Norepinephrine (L-Tyrosine is a precursor of Dopamine which is a precursor of Norepinephrine). That said, because... (2 replies)
... tyrosine to help out. I plan on taking the magnesium on days I use adderall and the tyrosine on off days as it seems to help with the fatigue and puts me in a better mood. ... (3 replies)

... This is my first post despite the fact that I've been reading many of the threads on this website recently. I would like to know how reducing tolerance to Adderall works. I have been taking Adderall for about 6 weeks now, and before that, it was Vyvanse for 2 weeks. ... (6 replies)
Adderall anxiety
Feb 22, 2009
... Tyrosine, a natural amino acid that works like Adderall but in a milder, safer form. ... (2 replies)
... calcium. And that if that happens, it can cause the adderall to not work as well. Anyone know anything about this? ... (0 replies)
... Well can tyrosine alone or perhaps DMAE help with energy, mood, focus etc...? ... (3 replies)
... ahuseman, Do you have the hyperactive component? If so, you might try DMAE. It is available at health food stores, brick-n-mortar or net. I am ADD, no H. I tried DMAE and it made me sleepy. At one time it was a prescription med for ADHD. I have no trouble seeing how it can have a calming effect which should help concentration issues. If you should try it, be advised... (3 replies)
... Tyrosine is not only good for ADD, but also depression. So lifting your spirits is a rather nice side effect when taking it for ADD. The doses for children would be between 200mg-500mg daily, unless this dose has been tried without any success. For adults it is between 500-1,500mg daily. It will take a while for any supplement to work its best but its not impossible... (5 replies)
... I personally would not combine the adderall and tyrosine. Not at the same time of the day anyway. Would definantly do the tyrosine alone, or the adderall for one dose and then later the tyrosine. ... (5 replies)
... I do not get hives but I do get a prickly itch all over and I was wondering if that was a reaction to the wellbutrin or maybe the wellbutrin is making me hypersensitive ( i have very sensative skin to begin with) (5 replies)
... tyrosine complimented Adderall and helped reduce some of the side effects. I don't know if that holds true for Ritalin. ... (5 replies)
... Fascinating information...thank you all for your perspectives! I've heard of others (especially parents with ADHD children) doing a "weekends-off" approach like yours, thisguy86. Unfortunately, I'm on a very high dose of dextroamphetamine and the chasm between being on and being off is staggering. I actually did end up doing a 3-day-long drug holiday soon after my original... (19 replies)
... I've developed a tolerance to how Adderall makes me feel. It no longer makes me feel good or bad. On the other hand, Adderall continues to control my ADHD symptoms better than ever. ... (19 replies)
... I've developed a tolerance to how Adderall makes me feel. It no longer makes me feel good or bad. On the other hand, Adderall continues to control my ADHD symptoms better than ever. ... (19 replies)
Add concerns
Jun 23, 2011
... What sort of supplements are you taking as a weightlifter? It's an important consideration that many of the supplements often taken by athletes can interact to heighten the effects and/or side effects of amphetamines. Things like L-Tyrosine and vitamin B can have stimulant effects, while many 'under the counter' type supplements for cutting weight like Ma Huang, ephedrine... (3 replies)
... I'm a bit short on time, so I'll try to hit each of your questions quickly. L-Tyrosine increases the availability of the building blocks of neurotransmitters, and apparently increases plasma levels of dopamine and norepinephrine, the same two neurotransmitters you're treating with the Dexedrine. As such, it's possible that they have a synergistic effect. I don't see a... (1 replies)
... Thank you for both of your prompt responses. We have tried high DHA fish oil but not the specific krill oil, Bob, you had previously discussed or the phosphatidylserine that you mentioned. Great idea. And yes, I've read Amen's book, unfortunately his only recommendations for the inattentive type is L-tyrosine (which we've tried) and Adderall (which my child is allergic to both... (12 replies)
... how much it helped my focus and ability to actually feel like doing an activity without thinking of some other activity the moment I start. The problem with the adderall however, was I got super bad Obsessions after it wore off. ... (4 replies)
... Stitch, I believe they do. I noticed I typoed in my post. It should have read, I feel foggy headed with NO stimulant meds - i.e. no adderall. Both zinc and :-tyrosine seem to have some ADHD symptom relief properties. Just not enough without stimulant meds. So, yes, I experience brain chem stability when on stimulants coupled with zinc and tyrosin. At the very least, minimal... (29 replies)

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