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Re: no energy
Andreas Moritz Views: 3,640
Published: 18 years ago
Status:       RN [Message recommended for CureZone Newsletter!]
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Re: no energy

Dear Johanna,

Amphetamines are very toxic drugs, for which reason they have side-effects such as the ones listed below. If you find you suffer from any of these or wish to prevent them from occuring in the future, it is best to wean yourself off these drugs. It is not true that they give you energy, they don't have any energy packed into them. However, they act as stimulants, which releases and thereby depletes the body's own energy. So you naturally become dependent taking them, just to get stimulated enough to function. The question is how long can the body live on energy it doesn't really have. T

These drugs drive people into states of enhaustion, and cravings/addictions. After a while you want to eat sugar or other foods to give your blood sugar an artificial spike and feel calmer and more relaxed. This further depletes complex sugar/energy reserves. With the diet and lifestyle I showed you, you won't need any of this. Your body gets what it wants and needs to build up its energy reserves in the muscles and liver and satisfy all its energy requirements. The drugs actually interfere with this natural energy system. Without the drugs, you stand an excellent chance to remove yourself from this state of chronic exhaustion or low energy. During the transition, you may rely on Guarana if you you like. Ginseng is another alterantive; it increases cell oxygenation by 25%, which also increases energy without depleting the body's own energy stores.

With blessings,

More common
Anxiety; crying; depersonalization; dry mouth; dysphoria; euphoria; fast, pounding, or irregular heartbeat or pulse; hyperventilation ; irritability; mental depression ; nervousness; paranoia ; quick to react or overreact emotionally; rapidly changing moods; restlessness ; shaking; shortness of breath; trouble sleeping

Less common
Chills; cold flu-like symptoms; cough or hoarseness; difficult or labored breathing; lower back or side pain; painful or difficult urination; tightness in chest; wheezing

Chest pain; fever, unusually high; skin rash or hives; uncontrolled movements of head, neck, arms, and legs

With long-term use or high doses
Difficulty in breathing; dizziness or feeling faint; increased blood pressure; mood or mental changes; pounding heartbeat ; unusual tiredness or weakness

Other side effects may occur that usually do not need medical attention. These side effects may go away during treatment as your body adjusts to the medicine. However, check with your doctor if any of the following side effects continue or are bothersome:

More common
False sense of well-being; irritability ; nervousness; restlessness ; trouble in sleeping

After these stimulant effects have worn off, drowsiness, trembling, unusual tiredness or weakness, or mental depression may occur.

Less common
Accidental injury; bladder pain; bloody or cloudy urine; blurred vision ; changes in sexual desire or decreased sexual ability ; constipation; cramps; diarrhea; difficult, burning, or painful urination; difficulty in speaking; dizziness or lightheadedness; dryness of mouth or unpleasant taste; fast or pounding heartbeat; frequent urge to urinate; headache; heavy bleeding with menstrual period; inability to have or keep an erection; increased sensitivity of skin to sunlight; increased sweating ; itching, redness or other discoloration of skin ; loss of appetite; lower back or side pain; nausea or vomiting; pain; severe sunburn; sleepiness or unusual drowsiness; stomach cramps or pain; tooth disorder; twitching; weight loss

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