Best Dopamine Pills For Depression, Stress and Anxiety

In fact, Dopamine plays an important role in regulating mood and modulating emotional responses like feelings of pleasure, happiness, libido (sexual drive), sleep, addiction, motivation, mood and of course motor movement, focus, and concentration.

Every responsible user shall be aware of safety concerns associated with taking supplements that affect Dopamine level.

There are certain safety rules that allow you to avoid ill effects and prevent health aggravation.

Regardless of all absolute advantages of Dopamine, this supplement shall be taken under the care of a therapist.

It is not recommended to take Dopamine supplements if a patient suffers from hardened arteries, circulation problems, diabetes, frostbite, sulfite allergy, or a history of blood clots.

In cases with pheochromocytoma (tumor of the adrenal gland), Buerger’s disease or asthma, an intentional increase of Dopamine level is strongly not recommended.

Besides the contraindications associated with diseases specified herein, patients using MAO-I should get professional medical advice before taking Dopamine supplements in such case.

Today medical community does not recommend using Dopamine supplements together with MAO-inhibitors (furazolidone (Furoxone), isocarboxazid (Marplan), phenelzine (Nardil), rasagiline (Azilect), selegiline (Eldepryl, Emsam, Zelapar), tranylcypromine (Parnate) as such provides unreasonable risks.

Dopamine can be increased in different ways.

If categorized, there are two ways with different mechanisms:

  • Taking Magnesium L-Threonate and L-DOPA precursors (Phenylalanine, Tyrosine, Phosphatidylserine (phospholipide), Mucuna Pruriens, L-Theanine, Rhodiola etc.). This option is a “chemical” way to increase Dopamine level.
  • Reducing stress, taking fish oil, multivitamins, and eating healthy food

Note: There are a number of chemicals which naturally increase a level of Dopamine and differ one from another on a magnitude of action, power, duration and provided effects.

Dopamine Pills Ingredients

It’s assumed that Dopamine taken in pills has an important distinction from pills containing Dopamine precursors.
And such distinction lies in the fact that in order to be delivered to CNS (central nervous system), Dopamine pills’ content needs to cross the blood-brain barrier (BBB), which Dopamine pills can’t do.

In case of Dopamine precursors, the pills don’t need to cross the BBB.

Instead, they will increase availability of organic components required for manufacturing Dopamine within the body naturally.

It is safe to say that Dopamine pills containing Dopamine precursors (L-Dopa, L-Phenylalanin, L-Tyrosine etc.) are proved to provide a positive effect on mood, cognitive health, concentration, sleep, motivation and many others.

The first way to naturally increase Dopamine level is by taking magnesium supplements: Magnesium L-Threonate.

Magnesium compound is deeply described in many scientific studies and medical journals to give a full understanding of its qualities as a Dopamine booster.

Magnesium supplements are relatively cheap and offer a safe solution to naturally raise a level of Dopamine.

There are also several symptoms showing lack of magnesium and may involve headaches, fatigue, heart palpitations, rapid heart, hypertension, muscle spasms, some neurological disturbances (mood swings, depression), and also irritability and/or costiveness.

If you experience some of the abovementioned symptoms or feel them growing,  you should consult with a therapist who may easily test you for a magnesium deficiency (sublingual epithelial test).

Many clinical trials addressed the role of magnesium for increasing Dopamine level.
As it comes from scientific research papers, Dopamine and magnesium levels within the body are corelated.
As such, it was found that substantial part of people is chronically deficient in magnesium.

This was confirmed by studies performed within the US. And it shows that more than fifty (50%) percent of people need to compensate for a shortcoming of magnesium.

Some studies focused on understanding the reason of magnesium deficiency and found some signs indicating the possible problem.

For instance, if you feel craving of salty products (pickled cucumbers, salted fish and other containing salt), pastry, buns, cakes or other carbohydrate-containing products and junk food. One of the potential causes for that is magnesium deficiency.

But why such body reaction is normally associated with magnesium deficiency?

The answer lies within the mechanism initiating release of Dopamine by triggering Dopamine neurotransmitters.

Both sugar food and drugs affect the same excitatory pathways and build up an addiction.
The brain receives special messages to intensify Dopamine release and drops the distinction between sugar products or drugs.

Knowing the reasons for that process, a proper Dopamine balance could be easily managed by ceasing consuming sugar and junk food.
But frequently, the habit to eat this type of food is insuperable and users keep starting the cycle of Dopamine release on and on.

A second way to increase Dopamine is by taking pills increasing the availability of Dopamine precursor – L-DOPA.

Well known as a direct precursor of Dopamine, L-DOPA can be produced from amino acids – Tyrosine (L-Tyrosine) and Phenylalanine (L-Phenylalanine), or can be taken in form of Levodopa pills.

Levodopa is a synthetic version of natural L-DOPA. And it’s recommended to be taken in a stack with Carbidopa to decrease an initial dosage of Levodopa without minifying its positive effects.

The most popular and best-selling Dopamine pills are L-Tyrosine and L-Phenylalanine.

L-Tyrosine was recognized to be safer from the point of breaking down period.
As L-Phenylalanine stays longer that L-Tyrosine in the blood, it theoretically can accumulate toxins faster than L-Tyrosine. Moreover, side effects of most of the medical professionals do not suggest using L-Phenylalanine as a first-option medication for increasing Dopamine level.

Tyrosine is usually used in a more bioavailable form of N-Acetyl L-Tyrosine (NALT) and in a stack with precursors of serotonin (e.g. 5-HTP (5-hydroxytryptophan). As such combination may increase boosting effects.

With respect to Tyrosine, the start dose should be 100 mg per day divided into several intakes.

Phenylalanine is a second amino acid often used to increase Dopamine level.
And in case of this Dopamine pill, it requires sufficient volume of vitamins B3, B6, C, copper, and iron for a better result.

There are two forms of Phenylalanine: L-Phenylalanine, D-Phenylalanine, and combination of specified two – DL-Phenylalanine. The recommended dosage for beginners is 100mg per day.

Our body is designed to balance chemical homeostasis and spend less energy (if possible) for producing neurotransmitters, neurochemicals etc.

Following this logic, when your brain recognizes that Dopamine (received from pills) supports required level of Dopamine within the brain, it will manage chemicals to produce less natural Dopamine thereby saving energy.
Such process produces an “addiction effect” and causes a depressed production of Dopamine within the brain what change a natural homeostasis.

To control this process, users required to cycle dosages, interrupt regular usage or cease taking Dopamine pills for a while after a couple weeks.

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