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      #385934

      Anonymous

      [QUOTE=blarger;635177]Because it is more likely that bipolarity is indicative of a mineral deficiency or other nutritional/metabolic factor than a memantine deficiency. If you are finding good results with memantine, that is wonderful, but if you should want to to consider root causes, you will have to look beyond pharmaceuticals.[/QUOTE]

      ofc you’re right, but drugs are fun :D

      #385936

      Anonymous

      Milk is an excellent source of minerals, true, but it metabolizes acidic. The proteins are difficult for your body to break down, and many of the minerals obtained from consumption are needed to alkalize. So ultimately it causes deficiency. Also throws off you cal/mag balance.
      [URL]http://voices.yahoo.com/truth-milk-learn-facts-behind-its-calcium-3339468.html?cat=5[/URL]

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      #388238

      Markvi56
      Member

      meh… wtf is going on this forum? i miss the good old studies in vitro, rats and monkeys or they share it in private forum now?

      #388240

      Anonymous

      The forum is dead, now full of chit chat and pointless bollocks. ImmIst seems to have more going for it lol

      #388241

      sfywd7283036
      Member

      Now we prefere poems !

      #388242

      Markvi56
      Member

      [QUOTE=Psych0;642217]Now we prefere poems ![/QUOTE]

      hahaha

      #388255

      umair4site
      Member

      [SIZE=3]Read too many studies and you become a monkey rat [B]with pointless bollocks[/B] yourself.[SIZE=2]
      (Might be a bit too late for some of you, though, I fear… :P)
      [/SIZE]

      Whether it’s archetypal symmetry, contrasting EEG patterns, radioactive ligand binding, or cascading chemical structures… everything in our world IS art. Haven’t you looked around? ;)

      To laugh at its expense is to laugh at your own creation and existence, essentially an insult everything you’re worth.
      But don’t take my word for it, keep monkey-ratting it over at imminst, bwahah.

      Meanwhile, we’ll be writing our epic measures to the last M&M Symphony over here… ;P or at least seeing it through to a good finale.[/SIZE]
      -z

      #388260

      Anonymous

      I wasn’t dissing his post you turnip. I wasn’t aware this forum was ending so I was moaning about how shite it had become here recently. Now it’s all clear though. You should also leave the comedy stand up routine. That was pretty cringing. Stick with the commentary.

      #388262

      Markvi56
      Member

      [QUOTE=zodiac;642232][SIZE=3]Read too many studies and you become a monkey rat [B]with pointless bollocks[/B] yourself.[SIZE=2]
      (Might be a bit too late for some of you, though, I fear… :P)
      [/SIZE]

      Whether it’s archetypal symmetry, contrasting EEG patterns, radioactive ligand binding, or cascading chemical structures… everything in our world IS art. Haven’t you looked around? ;)

      To laugh at its expense is to laugh at your own creation and existence, essentially an insult everything you’re worth.
      But don’t take my word for it, keep monkey-ratting it over at imminst, bwahah.

      Meanwhile, we’ll be writing our epic measures to the last M&M Symphony over here… ;P or at least seeing it through to a good finale.[/SIZE]
      -z[/QUOTE]

      Check your estrogen/senseofhumor ratio, i have some studies about it on monkeys-rats hybrids, i will post later, stay tuned!

      #388291

      umair4site
      Member

      Hmm, I dare say owned. ;P I suppose that shiet up there WAS a bit too wordy.
      Ah well, all the more for laughs…

      Hehe… “turnip.”

      #388296

      It was well stated, and demonstrated a better understanding of aesthetic experience than the rest of the clowns, so congrats, you’re on my buddy-list :D

      #388320

      andrez
      Member

      [video=youtube;l4m-s2VoHRo]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4m-s2VoHRo[/video]

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      #388425

      TKJRW
      Member

      Nice to hear from you kassem, glad you’re doing great. What got you started on meditation, if I may ask? Any particular method?
      And, the biggest question: what drugs are you on atm? ;-)

      #388435

      sfywd7283036
      Member

      [QUOTE=pyttsan;642019]Nice to hear from you kassem, glad you’re doing great. What got you started on meditation, if I may ask? Any particular method?
      And, the biggest question: what drugs are you on atm? ;-)[/QUOTE]

      No medications, I suppose : )

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      #388449

      JaysonU58
      Member

      [QUOTE=kassem23;642008]Despite the fact that M&M is near its termination there are still quality members on the site that deserve an update on my condition, given the involvement.

      I have continued the path of introspection and have been meditating for several hours every day. I go to the park every day now and read, write and contemplate the meaning of existence. I go for 1.5 hour long walks, do push-ups, pull ups, dips and other core-exercises in the park as well (they have equipment)

      All I needed was some direction, and I’ve finally found it – I can finally focus and it feels amazing. I’ve cut out TV and porn from my lifestyle and that is playing a significant role as well. I listen to good music, eat healthy and do my best to use my day to the fullest. I’ve also started another blog that will remain anonymous wherein I explore my thoughts, and do as much writing as possible for practice.

      I’m going to paste something I wrote in an email to my father about my current plan:

      “Lately I’ve been doing a lot of walking in parks (an absolutely wonderful park, I’ve spent 6+ hours there the past 3 days), and recorded my thoughts. I have a lot of them. I’m also doing a lot of writing. But I’m highly conflicted about the college stuff here in the United States of America. I’m very happy about my experience here and I wouldn’t take it back for anything in life, but I’m also certain that finishing any of the courses wouldn’t make a speck of difference given the way things look right now. If I do not get accepted into medicine this year, I’ll hopefully get accepted into biomedicine, and if not biomedicine, I’ll be applying for philosophy (bachelor), as well, as that is something I am certain that I love reading about and studying in great depth. In short, in the vastness of things, the studies I am doing here, and thus also the exams will mean absolutely nothing; for two particular reasons, the first of which I’ve just depicted, the second of which lies in the fact that I have not given studies my full attention to the reasons you already know of; ie. ‘that wasn’t the purpose of the trip’, etc.

      In short, I am finding my inner voice more and more lately. I am able to focus finally because I’ve done a significant amount of introspective exercises and really tried to pinpoint and understand where I want to go in life. I’ve decided that I have the capabilities of becoming an artist, and I can choose to become an artist in many different ways. I can choose for myself whether I want to become a writer as a side-project when studying for an MD, or simply just being a writer (and working menially besides that.), or a philosopher (bachelor) and writer. One thing is for certain: I want to travel the world and see the many places and vicissitudes that entail this mysterious place called Earth, and then share my experiences through writing or other means of self-expression.

      I am continuing the volunteer work, but I would like some closure on the educational frontiers here in America. Pursuing an A in the different courses seems unattainable at the moment given the significance of the experience and… what happened: life.”

      I am returning to Denmark the 17th of April; it has been a fun and extremely insightful ride. I am going to miss the United States (Tulsa, OK) for sure, but time marches on, and I must now move on.

      Thanks for listening.[/QUOTE]

      Wow you managed to stop watching porn? You think you could help me out a little?;)

      #388462

      Anonymous

      [QUOTE=kassem23;642031]Thank you. I hope you’re doing great, as well.

      I’ve started meditation because I realize there are huge benefits to it. I do not believe in any special method, merely that one should try to be as contemplative as possible and not try to ‘control’ anything. I can meditate when I’m going for a long walk, or sit in the grass in the park and just close my eyes positioning myself in a half-lotus position, and just let everything flow through me.

      As for drugs, I only take piracetam every other day and only a couple of pills (1600mg), as it feels like I’m somehow saturated from dosing it over a long period of time now.

      My supplement regimen is: 2-3g of fish-oil every morning and 25mg zinc (pre-bed). No vitamin-D as I spend 4-6 hours in the sun every day now. I’ll be adding cordyceps when I return to Denmark.

      I feel calm and not at all restless and ADHD like before. I do not get random bursts of euphoria, I do not want to drive extremely fast in my car, and I’m not spending money left and right. In short, my impulsivity and symptoms of ‘bipolar II’ disorder has passed.

      The fact that I am returning to Denmark and I now have a game-strategy also means a lot to me. Moreover, I am going to Barcelona, Spain with an absolutely gorgeous girl I’ve been in love with since I was sixteen sometime in June, so that should be great fun as well.

      Take care,
      Peace[/QUOTE]

      WOW man, I am very very happy for you!! Keep it up and I wish you the best with the girl :)

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