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Re: More evidence straight from the Liver Flush Support Forum


 So for starters what she is describing IS NOT an anxiety attack as the doctors stated. Morphine would not help this, but it could make an anxiety attack worse by increasing lactate.

Ahahaha Lactate. Now this really shows your ignorance and lack of experience. Anyone who has experienced anxiety attacks and used any type of opiates to relieve them knows damn well they work marvelously. You think you can throw anything out there and people will believe it. The more you open your mouth the more you expose your ignorance.

Oh, someone wants to be ignorant and debate their ignorance of medicine.

Do you know what the two common triggers are for anxiety?  Lactate and excess epinephrine with a lack of acetylcholine to balance it out.  The later is a less common trigger for anxiety.  Opiates will help with epinephrine induced anxiety since the opiates have a sedative effect.  But again the most common source is excess lactate, which is increased by hypoventilation.  Now as far as your ignorant comment.  Do you have a clue what opiates do to respiration?  That's right, they SUPPRESS respiration contributing to hyperventilation and thus lactate build up.  Therefore opiates can actually aggravate anxiety as well.

So you may want to take your ignorant head out of your ______ so you can remove your foot from your mouth!!!

 

 

 
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