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  1. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16516826 TESTOSTERONE HELPS OPIOID PATIENTS J Pain. 2006 Mar;7(3):200-10. Open-label pilot study of testosterone patch therapy in men with opioid-induced androgen deficiency. Daniell HW, Lentz R, Mazer NA. Department of Family Practice, University of California Davis Medical School, Redding, California, USA. We conducted a 24-week open-label pilot study of testosterone (T) patch therapy in 23 men with opioid-induced androgen deficiency (OPIAD). The T dosage was 5 mg/day for the first 12 weeks and 7.5 mg/day for the second 12 weeks. Seven subjects discontinued prematurely: 4 for noncompliance, 2 for skin irritation and 1 for hepatitis C treatment. In the “completers” population (n = 16), mean (SD) free T levels (normal range 52 to 280 pg/mL) were 28.5 (18.6) pg/mL at baseline, 72.8 (29.6) pg/mL on 5 mg/day (P < .001 vs. baseline), and 120.2 (69.5) pg/mL on 7.5 mg/day (P < .001 vs. baseline and P < .01 vs. 5 mg/day). Total T, dihydrotestosterone, and estradiol showed parallel changes. Sex hormone-binding globulin levels were elevated at baseline and decreased modestly with treatment (P < .05 vs. baseline at 5 mg/day; P < .01 vs. baseline at 7.5 mg/day). Luteinizing hormone levels were in the low-normal range at baseline and suppressed markedly with treatment (P < .001 vs. baseline at both doses). Androgen deficiency symptoms (ADSQ), sexual function (Watts SFQ), mood (PGW, depression (BDI-II), and hematocrit levels showed improvement during treatment, generally more so at the 7.5 mg/day dosage (P < .001 vs. baseline for most parameters). Pain scores (BPI-SF) decreased slightly on 7.5 mg/day (interference score: P < .05 vs. baseline and 5 mg/day); the use of opioids did not change appreciably. The testosterone patches were generally well tolerated. PERSPECTIVE: Long-acting opioid preparations suppress the hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis in men and produce a symptomatic state of opioid-induced androgen deficiency (OPIAD). Testosterone patch therapy at a dose of 7.5 mg/day normalizes hormone levels and appears to improve a number of quality of life parameters (eg, sexual function, well-being, mood) in men with OPIAD.
  2. Degeneration of the white matter in humans can be stopped with increasing cholesterol and b12. SO liver is a great choice. The muscles and brain component are treated with acetylcholine (apex brand sells acetyl flow spray), which also stops nueral myo degeneration and helps alzheimers. PQQ has shown to stop brain cell degn, and glutathione sources, such as NAC, can actually stop the progression. This is a protocol I use for all progressive nerve muscle dss. IGF LR has also been shown very useful. But I cant comment on dosages....as dont know if its a big shepard you have or other. Also can check for lyme. CD 57 blood test.
  3. Brew 8 bags green tea, cool, add 6 lemons or limes, and 2 tbls of honey or maple syrup, 1/4 tsp cayene pepper. Take a sip every 15 minutes. Can continue for 3 days. Green tea is interesting because at night, the effects turn into relaxation chemicals, so your not hyped like cafe. Alternatively, a big casein protien shake for breakfast and lunch with a normal dinner and snack works well. The casein protein takes a while to digest, so hunger pains are minimal. This is an interesting twist on intermittent fasting.
  4. Comfort her with your rod and your staff. BUt you could run a neurotransmitter-catecholamine blood or urine test, along with testost and female hormones to see if a physiological issue. Tell her its a test for keeping her youthful.
  5. Look up pyriformis stretches on Youtube. Most likely a hip involvement. I find the yoga position, the pidgeon, done on a weight bench will tell you which side is deficient. https://video.search.yahoo.com/yhs/search?fr=yhs-mozilla-002&hsimp=yhs-002&hspart=mozilla&p=pidgeon+postion#id=5&vid=f3e7d64c3083c9b934bddad215b15e2d&action=click
  6. Are the chains to restrain the wife? I use leather straps. lol
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  9. CHOCOLATE ALMOND PROTEIN BARS: Here's How you Make it: 1.5 cup gluten free oats 3 scoops Pea Protein Powder (Rice Protein would work too if grains don't bother you) 1/2 cup Organic Puffed Rice 1/4 cup Manuka Honey 1/3 cup Organic (preferably RAW) Almond Butter 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1-2 tablespoon Crumbled, Unsweetened Dark Baking Chocolate Instructions: Line a 9×5" loaf pan with parchment paper or lightly grease with cooking spray. Place gluten free oats in food processor and pulse until oats are a flour consistency. In a medium bowl, mix processed oats, protein powder, and puffed rice. In a small pan over medium heat, stir honey and almond butter until melted and combined. Remove from heat and stir in vanilla extract. Pour almond butter mixture over oats. Stir well. Using hands, press mixture into prepared loaf pan. In microwave, melt chocolate for 1 minute, and then 30-second intervals stirring in between, until fully melted. Use a fork to drizzle chocolate over bars. Let cool in refrigerator for 30 minutes before slicing into 12 bars. OR IF YOU'RE WEDGE OR MIDNIGHT, 2 BARS..lol There you have it!!