ADHD Insights: The ADHD Neurotransmitters

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Neurotransmitters in ADHD by pigeon

Releasing a Carrier Pigeon in WW I

ADHD: Beyond Dopamine and Norepinephrine

Each one of these neurotransmitters in this list is associated with a link that will take you further down the ADHD neuronal/glial communication path. We can't think anymore, as we did just a couple of years ago, that dopamine and norepinephrine are the only relevant neurotransmitters for ADHD treatment.

It's not as bad as back on the Western Front 1918 relying on carrier pigeons released from a British tank, but the technology back then wasn't there for the messages. Now we can appreciate that more opportunities for effective communication do exist thru other pathways.

Consider These

  1. Dopamine Details
  2. Norepinephrine Details
  3. Glutamate Details
  4. PEA Details
  5. Glial Cell Details

Understanding these many communication opportunities at first seems complex, but when the potential for correction is fully appreciated we will find consistently more effective treatments. Stimulants help, but the background noise can become deafening.

Measurement matters.



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  3. gary says:

    Dr’ Parker, I just viewed your video on 2d6 matters. I have talked with you several times about my neurolymes, neurotransmitter and allergy testing. I have improved a lot. You have been a great help. Thanks. I now understand why I the adderal created toxic conditions in my body. Is that why through 7 months of chealtion, chlorella, bentonite, protein cleanses, that I get very sick, and toxic. I think you have hit the nail for my problems. Thanks for everything.

  4. Tom says:

    Thank you for sharing the insights on neurotransmitters. I got some interesting new facts.
    What helps me with my ADHD a lot is a little smartphone Android app for todo lists.: ADHD Taskdash. I am more focussed now.

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