are there any supplaments that would help The Central Nervous System (CNS) recover

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    are there any supplaments that would help The Central Nervous System (CNS) recover


    are there any supplaments that would help The Central Nervous System (CNS) recover quicker?

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    Im pretty sure I read somewhere that High Doses on Glycine are great for the CNS. .
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    Vague question

    Reset AD
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    you could try something like rhodiola rosea , or ashwaghanda -which i think are included in reset AD .also lay off stimulants for a while, no coffee , no coca cola, no chocolate or any other
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    Quote Originally Posted by marcink99 View Post
    are there any supplaments that would help The Central Nervous System (CNS) recover quicker?
    You need a good quality b-complex. Try Super Vitamin B Complex by Allergy Research Group.
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    Choline, glycine, gaba mix taken at night works well for me. Boosts HGH levels as well.
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    Ashwaghanda for sure. GABA is also a possibility.
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    Benadryl
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    Quote Originally Posted by matthias7 View Post
    Vague question

    Reset AD
    Did you try it? Is it really working?
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    Quote Originally Posted by onlyone View Post
    Did you try it? Is it really working?
    I've run an adrenal fatigue program. Reset just puts everything together neatly.
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    I've run an adrenal fatigue program. Reset just puts everything together neatly.
    This. Reset AD is pretty sick. You could throw in some tyrosine too.
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    Very good thread,
    Keep it going!

    Also what doses for the choline and glycine would you recommend?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dath View Post
    You need a good quality b-complex. Try Super Vitamin B Complex by Allergy Research Group.
    too much vitamin B is toxic too the nervous sytem and will start to damage your nerve endings, dont be taking 2,000 mgs supplements of it or anything. even water soluble vitamins such as b and c can be toxic in large quanties.

    take some potasium gluconate, its good for the nerves
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    Not sure if its CNS related but Prime helped with overall recovery. As far as I know the MOA isn't known for Prime but I can say that I was able to perform heavy three day a week full body routines with focus on upper body push/ pull and squat, deadlift, squat one week and deadlift, squat, deadlift the next. I tried to continue that after going off Prime and felt worn out and sore within a week or two so IMO there is some serious recovery aspects in Prime. Perhaps that could be due to faster CNS recovery?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolverines View Post
    Benadryl
    benadryl+reset ad. ephedrine users have been using benydryl forever, taking it makes them respond to the effects of ephedrine again after long usage.
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    Schisandra can help as well....Reset AD is packaged vary nicely. Rhodeola, tyrosine, b-complex (esp. pantothenic acid), freeze dried bovine adrenal glandular, etc. etc. etc. all things useful in helping CNS move along nicely.
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    Prime increases ur CNS's threshold and recovery... this seems to be the general concensus from users.... also DHT related ph's help ALOT with CNS's ability to withstand increases in weight...
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    hmm would you know if any of those products would be worth a try?

    http://www.vitaminshoppe.com/search/...enal&pageNum=0
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    Alas an external link! I dare not touch it...

    The thread says it all for adrenal fatigue - except diet go low GI. Except for the Prime stuff that I question alot - good for muscle recovery.

    If you stacked the entire thread you'd be zipping all over the place in no time.

    MOA
    I presume you don't mean MAOI. Yeah that reset your CNS alright - either turn it on or turn it off (altogether).
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    Thank you everybody for your input. I picked up some adrenal fatigue product today. I will start using it tomorrow if anybody is interested I could report my experience with it in couple of days. Also off the topic I picked up small packages of rpm/drive used it today before the workout and I must say the energy boost was very good. I recommend it .
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    Quote Originally Posted by marcink99 View Post
    Thank you everybody for your input. I picked up some adrenal fatigue product today. I will start using it tomorrow if anybody is interested I could report my experience with it in couple of days. Also off the topic I picked up small packages of rpm/drive used it today before the workout and I must say the energy boost was very good. I recommend it .

    CNS fatigue? like fatigued because of too much stimulants or fatigued because u lift too much? big difference. too much heavy weights destroyed me when i first got serious and i would be getting stronger than lose it all when i kept at it just from something as simple as trying to do heavy bench 2x a week
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