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Dopamine & The Tingle

 
Krik
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The tingle down your spine is said to be triggered by a rush of dopamine. This is an involuntary action caused by different triggers such as a beautiul melody or a quick scare.
I can remember always being able to send this sensation along my spine and body. Is this simply being able to control the flow of dopamine in your brain? Is all of our chemical processing in the mainframe of our brain controllable, can we hack the system?

Can everyone do this if they simply try?
What is the point of this sensation
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No idea.

I get that to when I get emotional on Ritalin or just about any stimulant.

But instead of my spine its my whole body.

Maybe adrenaline.
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Being able to control adrenaline would make you a borderline super hero! MAybe taking the medication would produce this in your brain. How ecstasy releases the dopamine to your brain.
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Nah it would just rewire your mind to associate certain thoughts and feelings to a dopamine release.

Drugs mess you up.

If anything do less drugs and meditate.

When you feel a change you can be certain of danger or w.e
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Being able to control adrenaline would make you a borderline super hero! MAybe taking the medication would produce this in your brain. How ecstasy releases the dopamine to your brain.
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Ecstasy is a term for a miscellaneous pill that contains random junk in it.

MDMA is the love drug which effects serotonin.

Which leaves you hollow and retarded for months after frequent use.

The only use MDMA has is in therapy with people suffering from PTSD.
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you can, but you risk causing injury to the kidneys, and heart. Thus shortening your lifespan by "burning them out"

you are born with a finite amount of energy, stored in the organs. You can "overclock" yourself, but if you dont know what youre doing, you can develop health problems, enlarged heart, panic attacks, etc.
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I get a very weird body sensation when I'm startled. My left knee gets a quick sharp pain. I have no idea what's going on here, but it is bizarre. Occasionally happens with strong emotion as well.
"When tyrants tremble in their fear, and hear their death knell ringing,
When friends rejoice both far and near, how can I keep from singing"

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MDMA effects seratonin not dopamine? I thought it was cannabis that had aN effect on seratonin levels.
You're saying all of these chemicals can be controlled, if you know what you're doing?
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I actually know older women who can tell when its going to rain from pain in their spin.

Must be the buildup from extra static in the atmosphere effecting the nervous system.
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I get a very weird body sensation when I'm startled. My left knee gets a quick sharp pain. I have no idea what's going on here, but it is bizarre. Occasionally happens with strong emotion as well.
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That's the sensation I am talking about.
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MDMA effects seratonin not dopamine? I thought it was cannabis that had aN effect on seratonin levels.
You're saying all of these chemicals can be controlled, if you know what you're doing?
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Yes through meditation.

Stimulants = Dopamine.

MDMA and other anti depressants = serotonin.

Cannabis just effect canabinoid receptors, and mildly released dopamine.

Careful, if you mess up your dopamine levels you can develop schizophrenia and severe permanent brain damage.

Worse thing would be to blow out receptors in your brain and never feel happy ever again.
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It could be the communication between heart + brain + thyroid + spine

All interacting, the electrons could be firing off signals at a much higher rate.

This higher rate of signals firing off between synapses makes you 10x more aware.

Fight or flight mode.
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It could be the communication between heart + brain + thyroid + spine

All interacting, the electrons could be firing off signals at a much higher rate.

This higher rate of signals firing off between synapses makes you 10x more aware.

Fight or flight mode.
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Are you telling me that you can control this part of your body at will? That would make you "super" human.
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No just in touch with your feminine side.
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It could be the communication between heart + brain + thyroid + spine

All interacting, the electrons could be firing off signals at a much higher rate.

This higher rate of signals firing off between synapses makes you 10x more aware.

Fight or flight mode.
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Are you telling me that you can control this part of your body at will? That would make you "super" human.
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why dont you try it?
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11/27/2012 02:55 PM
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MDMA effects seratonin not dopamine? I thought it was cannabis that had aN effect on seratonin levels.
You're saying all of these chemicals can be controlled, if you know what you're doing?
 Quoting: Krik 11510773


Yes through meditation.

Stimulants = Dopamine.

MDMA and other anti depressants = serotonin.

Cannabis just effect canabinoid receptors, and mildly released dopamine.

Careful, if you mess up your dopamine levels you can develop schizophrenia and severe permanent brain damage.

Worse thing would be to blow out receptors in your brain and never feel happy ever again.
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MDMA is a damn AMPHETAMINE, moran. You clearly don't have a clue here, chief.
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MDMA effects seratonin not dopamine? I thought it was cannabis that had aN effect on seratonin levels.
You're saying all of these chemicals can be controlled, if you know what you're doing?
 Quoting: Krik 11510773


Yes through meditation.

Stimulants = Dopamine.

MDMA and other anti depressants = serotonin.

Cannabis just effect canabinoid receptors, and mildly released dopamine.

Careful, if you mess up your dopamine levels you can develop schizophrenia and severe permanent brain damage.

Worse thing would be to blow out receptors in your brain and never feel happy ever again.
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MDMA is a damn AMPHETAMINE, moran. You clearly don't have a clue here, chief.
 Quoting: skeptic 8198777


You mean MDMA is a Phenethylamine. Just because its a variant does not mean its Amphetamine.
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MDMA effects seratonin not dopamine? I thought it was cannabis that had aN effect on seratonin levels.
You're saying all of these chemicals can be controlled, if you know what you're doing?
 Quoting: Krik 11510773


Yes through meditation.

Stimulants = Dopamine.

MDMA and other anti depressants = serotonin.

Cannabis just effect canabinoid receptors, and mildly released dopamine.

Careful, if you mess up your dopamine levels you can develop schizophrenia and severe permanent brain damage.

Worse thing would be to blow out receptors in your brain and never feel happy ever again.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28576556


MDMA is a damn AMPHETAMINE, moran. You clearly don't have a clue here, chief.
 Quoting: skeptic 8198777


You mean MDMA is a Phenethylamine. Just because its a variant does not mean its Amphetamine.
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EXCERPT:
The substance 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA [ie, ecstasy, XTC, Adam, E, X, clarity, Stacy]) is an amphetamine derivative..."
[link to emedicine.medscape.com]
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Yes through meditation.

Stimulants = Dopamine.

MDMA and other anti depressants = serotonin.

Cannabis just effect canabinoid receptors, and mildly released dopamine.

Careful, if you mess up your dopamine levels you can develop schizophrenia and severe permanent brain damage.

Worse thing would be to blow out receptors in your brain and never feel happy ever again.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28576556


MDMA is a damn AMPHETAMINE, moran. You clearly don't have a clue here, chief.
 Quoting: skeptic 8198777


You mean MDMA is a Phenethylamine. Just because its a variant does not mean its Amphetamine.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28576556


EXCERPT:
The substance 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA [ie, ecstasy, XTC, Adam, E, X, clarity, Stacy]) is an amphetamine derivative..."
[link to emedicine.medscape.com]
 Quoting: skeptic 8198777


MDMA. Is a cross between amphetamine and a phenethylamine.

Its neither a hallucinogenic phenethylamine or a pure stimulant.
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And It effects serotonin more so then Amphetamine/Cocaine.

Stupid.
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MDMA releases large amounts of serotonin, and at a larger dose dopamine.

Amphetamines release a large amount of dopamine, and at a larger amount serotonin.

Unlike Methamphetamine which does both and produces effects drastically unique.
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And still no one else has said they can do this. Just another endless arguement :(
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And It effects serotonin more so then Amphetamine/Cocaine.

Stupid.
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Your childish understanding of the pharmacology of these substances tells me that you really don't have a clue which neurotransmitters are modulated/regulated. To link MDMA with "other anti-depressants" is an ignorant move on your behalf, and if that's your level of knowledge, you have ZERO business giving usage advice.
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And still no one else has said they can do this. Just another endless arguement :(
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I can do it by extending my spine, controlling my breathing, and lightly exercising--and I assume that most people could do it as well. By the way, not all tingles are caused by a dopamine release. Endorphin release can do the same thing.
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And It effects serotonin more so then Amphetamine/Cocaine.

Stupid.
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Your childish understanding of the pharmacology of these substances tells me that you really don't have a clue which neurotransmitters are modulated/regulated. To link MDMA with "other anti-depressants" is an ignorant move on your behalf, and if that's your level of knowledge, you have ZERO business giving usage advice.
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MDMA is a MAOI. Which is the EXACT same thing as an anti depressant.

It just effect different receptors.

Fuck your retarded.

NUTMEG IS A MAOI AS WELL.
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I do this all the time, I must be special!

grinning
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And still no one else has said they can do this. Just another endless arguement :(
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I can do it by extending my spine, controlling my breathing, and lightly exercising--and I assume that most people could do it as well. By the way, not all tingles are caused by a dopamine release. Endorphin release can do the same thing.
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Assume?

You have no right giving out health advice if don't have an up to date degree in medical practice.
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And It effects serotonin more so then Amphetamine/Cocaine.

Stupid.
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Your childish understanding of the pharmacology of these substances tells me that you really don't have a clue which neurotransmitters are modulated/regulated. To link MDMA with "other anti-depressants" is an ignorant move on your behalf, and if that's your level of knowledge, you have ZERO business giving usage advice.
 Quoting: skeptic 8198777


Truth is no one really understands neurology. Duh.
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And It effects serotonin more so then Amphetamine/Cocaine.

Stupid.
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Your childish understanding of the pharmacology of these substances tells me that you really don't have a clue which neurotransmitters are modulated/regulated. To link MDMA with "other anti-depressants" is an ignorant move on your behalf, and if that's your level of knowledge, you have ZERO business giving usage advice.
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Not only have I spend years researching the effects of SSRI's MAOI's on the brain.

I have had first hand experience with these substances.

Have you? Please shove it.

MDMA is I repeat NOT an AMPHETAMINE, but a whole other class of drug itself.

It's the combination of a phenethylamine and an amphetamine.

To say MDMA is an amphetamine is comparing apples to oranges. Sure their the same size but they are NOT the same thing.

Plus a Dr. Doesn't even know the effects of the drugs he prescribes to patients.
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I'll wait till your done copy and pasting a whole mass of text.
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Please please please come back

Come back and tell me Nutmeg is an Amphetamine.

Tell me Prozac, Welliburton, Lexapro are also Amphetamines.

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