Many opiate abusers have successfully used L-Tyrosine for opiate withdrawal symptoms such as fatigue and depression. L-Tyrosine is a non-essential amino acid that is abundant in many high-protein foods such as: chicken, turkey, fish, cottage cheese, cheese, yogurt, almonds, milk, avocados, bananas, peanuts, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds and soy products.
When I first used The Thomas Recipe for opiate withdrawal, I really felt like the L-Tyrosine boosted my mood and lifted the dark clouds that were looming above me. Not only that, but I also noticed that I had more physical and mental energy. L-Tyrosine for opiate withdrawal works so well because it helps your brain produce dopamine, norepinephrine (noradrenaline), and epinephrine (adrenaline).
L-Tyrosine for Opiate Withdrawal Depression and Fatigue
In dopaminergic cells in the brain, L tyrosine makes the following conversion:
L-Tyrosine → L-Dopa → dopamine → norepinephrine + epinephrine
The psychological aspect of opiate withdrawal is powerful. If you just had the physical symptoms, but felt good mentally and emotionally, it wouldn’t be all that bad. However, the intense depression and the inability to feel any pleasure whatsoever make opiate withdrawal a living hell.
Luckily, L-Tyrosine for opiate withdrawal can reduce depression and actually enhance your mood because of it’s ability to increase dopamine in the brain. Dopamine is the neurotransmitter that is responsible for pleasure, reward and motivation. Drugs produce much larger spikes of dopamine than our bodies were meant to handle. After abusing drugs for awhile, our dopamine reward system is damaged. Things that used to make us happy (Disneyland, job promotion etc.) no longer provide enough of a dopamine spike for us to feel pleasure.
At this point, use of the drug is the only way to feel any sort of pleasure in life. During opiate withdrawal, it becomes very important to use supplements like L-Tyrosine to help your body produce dopamine naturally. Doing so can significantly help counteract opiate withdrawal depression.
Norepinephrine and Epinephrine
Better known as noradrenaline and adrenaline, these two chemicals belong to a class of neurotransmitters called catecholamines. These are referred to as excitatory neurotransmitters, which means they excite or stimulate the mind and body. Drinking beverages with caffeine quickly elevates these excitatory chemical messengers. One of the symptoms of opiate withdrawal is extreme fatigue. Taking L-Tyrosine for opiate withdrawal fatigue is a great way to boost adrenaline and get your body and mind moving in the right direction.
L-Tyrosine for Opiate Withdrawal Dosage
I’m a Certified Advanced Food-Based Healing Instructor with a specialty in supplements and nutrition for opiate withdrawal and recovery. I also recovered from opiate addiction so well because I used natural supplements along with medications.
The following L-Tyrosine for opiate withdrawal recommendations are based on research and personal experience:
- Take between 500 mg and 2000 mg at a time (if it gives you the “jitters,” reduce dose as needed).
- It needs to be taken on an empty stomach to be effective (taking it with meals, especially meals containing protein, competes for absorption of other amino acids).
- Take your first dose first thing in the morning at least 45 minutes before breakfast.
- Take your second dose at least 3 hours after breakfast.
- You can take a third dose 3 hours after lunch if needed.
- Use as little as needed to get the benefits.
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Using L-Tyrosine for opiate withdrawal helps, but it only relieves a small portion of the symptoms. It doesn’t help with insomnia, gastrointestinal upset, sweating, hot and cold flashes, nausea or anxiety. That’s why it’s important to use other natural supplements combined with L-Tyrosine.
There is a supplement called Calm Support (Read review…) that contains something I like even better than L-Tyrosine, which is called mucuna pruriens. It increases dopamine as well. Calm Support also has many other beneficial nutrients for reducing opiate withdrawal symptoms. If I ever had to go through opiate withdrawal again, you can be sure that I would be ordering a 30-day supply of this stuff to ease my symptoms.
If you have any questions on using L-Tyrosine for opiate withdrawal, please don’t hesitate to post it in the comment box below.
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