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Anyone have acetylcholine dominance and what do you do about it?

Commented on July 17, 2013
Created July 16, 2013 at 7:48 PM

I have some nerve pain and a few other issues that seem to line up with excess acetylcholine.
I recently tried an expensive inositol product, only to be derailed by the sorbitol and mannitol in it. The stuff messed up my gut so much that I had to stop taking it.

The inositol itself did seem to be knocking down the acetylcholine in some fashion because I was very tired and had sensations similar to that dragging feeling loratab can impart.

Didn't kill the nerve pain though. I was wondering, if I could get a cleaner product, is the inositol the sort of thing that would eventually work.

I'm also wondering what other people have tried.

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on July 17, 2013
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For a while, I used to supplement with lots of acetylcholine, I can't imagine getting too much of it naturally. I was taking ALCAR / Choline bitartrate / choline citrate, and still not hitting the maximums that other nootropic enthusiasts were taking. Are you sure that's what you've got?

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