I am posting this because a CREATOR might find utility in it.
Delayed Sleep Phase syndrome (DSPS):
Tianeptine and 50 mg of Pregenolone help me get up in the morning with little trouble. I am unsure of the mechanism for why this is. 1mg of Melatonin at the same time every night helps me get to bed.
325 mg pure Aspirin (mixed with 1/3 teaspoon of baking soda and taken with vitamin K on a full stomach to protect my stomach) every morning with coffee (caffeine) and Ginger 550 mg before bed every night seems to have cured this issue.
Thyroid (Liothyronine 25 mcg), sulbutiamine, B12, Vitamin B2 (50 mg 2 times / day), allicin.
TMJ and Bruxism
Vitamin D and Vitamin K
I also recently did a short cycle of nandrolone phenylpropionate.
||Do you know that your Führer is a vegetarian, and that he does not eat meat because of his general attitude toward life and his love for the world of animals? Do you know that your Führer is an exemplary friend of animals, and even as a chancellor, he is not separated from the animals he has kept for years?…The Führer is an ardent opponent of any torture of animals, in particular vivisection, and has declared to terminate those conditions…thus fulfilling his role as the savior of animals, from continuous and nameless torments and pain.
|— Neugeist/Die Weisse Fahne (contemporaneous pro-Nazi children’s magazine
I have been trying to experiment with a vegetarian diet like the one Hitler ascribed to. I made a few concessions, however, and ended up with a Ray Peat inspired Pescetarianism diet. On the ethical side, fish do not feel pain (https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/08/130808123719.htm
) and I haven’t found a non-meat way to get Omega 3’s and gelatin, so I consume non PUFA containing fish.
Foods and the reasons for eating them:
Eggs (1 egg = 6 g of protein)
Cheese (cottage cheese, real animal rennet)
Broccoli (Vit K & C, Iron)
Organic coffee (magnesium – but has to be consumed with some sugar or with meal to prevent stress response due to low blood sugar/hypoglycemia)
Mussles and/or Oysters (non PUFA, B12, iron)
Cod or Sole (non PUFA)
Fermented foods (Kimchi, Kombucha, Unpasteurized Sauerkraut (drain the water and try to consume the solid part only as the liquid is high in lactic acid), Kefir, Pickles, for probiotics)
Potatoes (protein 4g / potato)
Raw Carrots: A daily carrot, intestinal disinfectant, for constipation and to lower cortisol and blood pressure.
Vinegar (antimicrobial/suppress bacteria)
Mushrooms (anti-inflammatory, zinc, b3, b3, b5)
Coconut oil (refined and deodorized)
Strongly avoid: Animal products outside fish, gluten (link
), Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (link
Meditation (lowers glutamate, reprograms your brain, slows time perception)
Intermittent Fasting, Dopamine Abstinence, NoFap, Cold Showers.
I no longer feel brain fogged, sluggish, fatigued, or feel unmotivated to do anything. With the sleep issues it always felt like I was sleep walking through life and days would slip by in a blink of an eye. I am also now waking up in the early morning with little trouble for the first time in my life. I am more productive than I have ever been, and I actually feel extremely happy, like my enthusiasm for life wants to burst out from inside me.
I do not know why Tianeptine and Pregenolone help me wake up easier in the morning, I was taking them for another reason
. The same thing happened with ginger helping my migraines, I took it for another experiment but then noticed that my migraines came less frequently. I was getting chronic migraines which really affected my quality of life. Everything I tried for migraines (pharmaceutically) numbed me emotionally or had serious side-effects. Aspirin in the morning + ginger at night seems to be the remedy I always sought.
With health issues out of the way my biggest focus of research and experimentation right now is in slowing the perception of time so that I can get more pleasure out of my days. ‘NoFap’ and meditation lower glutamate and resensitize the dopamine receptors. This combined with a childlike outlook on life seems to be the way to do this (Link
) – Children dedicate more neural resources and brain power in the present moment: “When an adult frequently experiences the same stimuli, their brain renders them “invisible” because the brain has already sufficiently and effectively mapped those stimuli. This phenomenon is known as neural adaptation. Thus, the brain will record fewer densely rich memories during these frequent periods of disengagement from the present moment.”.
So be mindful, live in the moment, take up meditation, find ways to continually stimulate your brain, be healthy.