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Re: Reversal of Epigenetic Modifications; the Natural Protocol

Unread postPosted: Fri Jul 06, 2018 10:07 am
by Monkey24
Nasibi,

I think to help us achieve what we are trying to achieve, HIIT (high intensity interval training) is going to be more helpful than just regular cardio (i.e. going for a jog at a moderate pace). We would be better off doing a high intensity sprint workout for 15-20 minutes than going for an hour long jog. I’m basing this off what I’ve read online.

Re: Reversal of Epigenetic Modifications; the Natural Protocol

Unread postPosted: Fri Jul 06, 2018 10:19 am
by nasibi
@Monkey24

From a DNA demethylation point of view, the one that produces the highest amount of ATP is better. Higher ATP production leads to higher adenosine levels, which ultimately may help with DNA demethylation, hence gene activation.

Re: Reversal of Epigenetic Modifications; the Natural Protocol

Unread postPosted: Thu Aug 09, 2018 6:07 am
by DGard
sooo any updates?

Re: Reversal of Epigenetic Modifications; the Natural Protocol

Unread postPosted: Thu Aug 09, 2018 8:31 am
by BrokenDoll
Hey guys, is it safe to take anything? I am completely clueless when it comes to drugs to help with pssd tbh, but I dont want to risk anything and I dont want to put unnatural things into my body after the last time (ssris). Is it mandatory to take these drugs? I dont know where to start and Im worried about their effects

Re: Reversal of Epigenetic Modifications; the Natural Protocol

Unread postPosted: Thu Aug 09, 2018 9:03 am
by Juvo
BrokenDoll wrote:Hey guys, is it safe to take anything? I am completely clueless when it comes to drugs to help with pssd tbh, but I dont want to risk anything and I dont want to put unnatural things into my body after the last time (ssris). Is it mandatory to take these drugs? I dont know where to start and Im worried about their effects


All drugs and supplements carry risk. You have to ask yourself, "Am I ok waiting indefinitely without taking anything?" and "Do I want to try something that could potentially help me but also carries risks?". No one here can tell you how you will respond to anything. Generally, there's safer drugs and supplements than others.

Re: Reversal of Epigenetic Modifications; the Natural Protocol

Unread postPosted: Thu Aug 09, 2018 9:06 am
by BrokenDoll
I dont want to die just because I dont have a libido, there is so much more to life :') But thank you for your response. Do you know what I could start out with, what is safe and natural? And has anything worked for you guys so far?

Re: Reversal of Epigenetic Modifications; the Natural Protocol

Unread postPosted: Thu Aug 09, 2018 12:01 pm
by Juvo
BrokenDoll wrote:I dont want to die just because I dont have a libido, there is so much more to life :') But thank you for your response. Do you know what I could start out with, what is safe and natural? And has anything worked for you guys so far?


Go here - https://pssdlab.wordpress.com/what-weve-tried/ - and read up on some of the treatments, but don't just stop there. If you're interesting in a particular treatment, search the rest of the web to get a good understanding of it's safety. If you look hard enough, you'll find that someones life has been ruined by just about every drug out there. The world is a big place, So keep that in mind.

Personally, I've been going down a list of things to try based on some loosely-defined "risk score" as well as cost/logistics, with reinstatement of SSRI being at the bottom.

Re: Reversal of Epigenetic Modifications; the Natural Protocol

Unread postPosted: Fri Aug 10, 2018 3:02 am
by BrokenDoll
Thanks Juvo. What has worked for you so far?