(04-09-2014, 01:34 AM)Caladhiel88 Wrote: I've just read about progesterone, mainly because I noticed that whenever I listen to the Progesterone Isochronic tones I get really horny! hahaha...and guess what, in addition to increasing the libido, progesterone causes calmness and reduces anxiety. I also found this on the Wikipedia page for Progesterone:
"Progesterone enhances the function of serotonin receptors in the brain, so an excess or deficit of progesterone has the potential to result in significant neurochemical issues."
But that got me thinking...since Progesterone is supposed to be at its highest levels in our bodies during the luteal phase, then why most of us suffer from PMS? Is that a sign we have a deficiency in that hormone?
I think the calming effect is supposed to come from GABA receptor upregulation. Serotonin from an SSRI actually gave me anxiety. Serotonin lowers dopamine, and when dopamine is already low, cratering it means that dopamine can no longer limit norepinephrine release. High norepinephrine = excessively amped.
Progesterone is declining during PMS, so it sounds like progesterone withdrawal. You eventually adapt to the lower level so PMS ends before progesterone rises again. (Don't hold me to this as I've never researched the subject.)
(04-09-2014, 02:04 AM)Caladhiel88 Wrote: Also, does anyone know of Prolactin Binaurals?
I searched YouTube but found none. Or is it not helpful for breast growth?
I recall reading in the comments for one of these that finding the frequencies for prolactin is tough. It is important for later stages: see Figure 4
. So I guess the only options are fenugreek, hops, or fennel.