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    Re: The Inositol Guide: PsychoPoet Research Initiative

    very informative thanks.

    any experience on interaction between aropax, urbanol, epilizine, epitec and adding inositol?

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    Re: The Inositol Guide: PsychoPoet Research Initiative

    Hi! I didn't see an answer to this in the pages of the thread I went through so I'll ask here. I just started taking Inositol - started low at 3 grams in the morning for the last two days. Unfortunately I have been quite agitated both days which is not normal for me.

    Has anyone taking Inositol felt that way in the beginning and had it improve with time? Or is this a sign it's not for me and I should stop taking it?

    Thanks

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    Re: The Inositol Guide: PsychoPoet Research Initiative

    Inositol (CAS no.65-23-6,HS code293625) is a substance initially produced by human body, available as WHITE CRYSTALLINE POWDER. Inositol is widely used as nutritional supplements in treating bulimia, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), agoraphobia, and unipolar and bipolar depression.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlcat View Post
    Hi! I didn't see an answer to this in the pages of the thread I went through so I'll ask here. I just started taking Inositol - started low at 3 grams in the morning for the last two days. Unfortunately I have been quite agitated both days which is not normal for me.

    Has anyone taking Inositol felt that way in the beginning and had it improve with time? Or is this a sign it's not for me and I should stop taking it?

    Thanks
    I think you can stop eating until it is ok for you.

    For the treatment of anxiety, inositol dosage differs with time. To start with, a dosage of 2000 mg twice a day should be fine (4000 mg per day). Each week, 1000 mg could be added to the existing dosage and keep on increasing it until the daily dosage reaches 18000 mg.
    The dosage seems to be high but inositol is naturally found in body and it has very rare side effects like gastric trouble.

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    Re: The Inositol Guide: PsychoPoet Research Initiative

    Hi there Nopoet,

    I've tried so many different supplements to try get a handle on my anxiety and negative thinking patterns.......magnesium, iodine, B12, flaxseed, and the rest.

    Does this one really work for you? And how soon do you notice a difference?

    I also have PTSD, which is basically the root cause of my anxiety. I've had two ten week sessions of CBT over the years and tomorrow I start a new therapy called EMDR ( have you heard of it?)

    Char

    x

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    Re: The Inositol Guide: PsychoPoet Research Initiative

    Great information. Ive been on an ssri now for a month and to be honest they have made me more anxious and depressed, but realize I need to stick with it as its the side affects. Two days ago I noticed I was beginning to feel a slight shift in mood. Yesturday I took inositol with choline 750mg. And today feel dreadful the anxiety has ramped up again. Could this be due to the Inositol/ Choline.

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