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What about small dose of 'Remeron' or Mirtazapine
Although the chemical formula C17 H19 N3 - looks pretty serious
I was told by a gulf war vet doctor that it helps with depression (& sleep if taken in small doses) Wikipedia encyclopedia says for panic attacks, too
I think this pesticide/ neurotoxin causes the kind of health damage you're dealing with in the first place: C6 H14 O2 (2-butoxyethanol exposure) or C8 H18 O3 (2-2-butoxyethanol) often found in paint / cleaning products & not disclosed
You need to find something that isn't another chemical to stop the autoimmune action of your immune system. Some people think there are answers in glycobiology with good nutrition ... and for sure do not drink alcohol. There is some encouraging reports that gamma globulin will help autoimmune action on platelets, so on red blood cells, too?
Restorative, regular sleep issue? depression?
When someone is poisoned by a chemical? *
What Harold's doctor prescribed
for his sleeplessness. He said it was for him like the 'magic
bullet' He used to barely get any sleep and now he can get 6-7 hours
a night. He said all the side effects are not known, and that he
takes 1/4 of what the doctor said he could take: 'Remeron' or
If mirtazapine is used for extended periods, the need for continued therapy should be reassessed periodically. For further information on treatment of major depressive disorder and considerations in choosing the most appropriate antidepressant for a particular patient, including considerations related to patient tolerance, patient age, and cardiovascular, sedative, and suicidal risks, see Considerations in Choosing Antidepressants under Uses: Major Depressive Disorder, in Fluoxetine 28:16.04.20.
Since hypomanic or manic attacks have been reported rarely in patients receiving mirtazapine, the drug should be used with caution in patients with a history of hypomanic or manic attacks.
phenylketonuria (i.e., homozygous genetic deficiency of
phenylalanine hydroxylase) and other individuals who must restrict
their intake of phenylalanine should be warned that mirtazapine
orally disintegrating tablets (Remeron® SolTab®) contain aspartame
(NutraSweet®), which is metabolized in the GI tract to provide about
2.6, 5.2, or 7.8 mg of phenylalanine following oral administration
of a 15-, 30-, or 45-mg tablet, respectively, of mirtazapine.
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