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This was one I posted on the list and had a response that someone else had felt the same


Hi

I'm thinking out loud here and if anyone has experience or thoughts to contribute it may clarify things in my mind better.

The thought is as per the subject line, do groups of receptors in different places/functions in the body clear at different times??

In particular I am wondering about brain receptors, I've had some changes in how I feel lately, and am wondering if I have had another set of receptors clear in my brain.

I've always been a happy person but have not felt emotional extremes, some people have called me "shut down emotionally".

Over the last week or so I seem to have been feeling more of the "emotional weather" which are feeling that I am not used to, I seem to be running through the gamut of feelings, often without real reason, but the highs are higher and the lows are lower.

I am guessing this is to do with the T3 getting through to more parts of my body, there haven't been any changes in life circumstances. I've had days with a diffuse "grumpy" feeling, a morning when I felt depressed, probably for the first time in my life, and some corresponding highs and enjoyment of the good times.

Has anyone else noticed a broadening of their emotional width since being on T3, I've been on it now for 6 months apart from a month or so of trial swap back to natural which didn't work for me.

T3 receptors in part of the brain clearing is all I can think of, they have probably been blocked since I was a child.

Generally brain function has been good, on natural the fog cleared and on T3 things got sharper. This change has not corresponded with general hypo symptom clearance, it seems to be separate.

Any thoughts are welcome.

Nick

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