What dopamine receptors are responsible in PMO addiction?

Discussion in 'Porn Addiction' started by skaterdrew, Dec 28, 2019.

  1. skaterdrew

    skaterdrew Fapstronaut

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    I potentially might have access to a medication that blocks these receptors.

    The medication I have access to

    Mechanism of Action

    As a first-generation antipsychotic, prochlorperazine mainly blocks D2 dopamine receptors in the brain. It can also block histaminergic, cholinergic and noradrenergic receptors.15 Oct 2019

    I have a family member who basically gets prescribed an unlimited supply of this medication, so I can get as much of it as I want.

    I was mainly thinking about using it when I ever lose control and can't stop PMOing. But I don't know if this will work?

    My family member is prescribed this for vertigo, but it is also used to treat nausea, schizophrenia, migraines, and anxiety.

    I have took it before when I have had bad nausea.

    I'm not sure if this would work for helping me if I lose control with PMO?

    If it did work I wouldn't want to take it all the time. I would only want to take it if I went in to a chaser effect or something.
     
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  2. Awedouble

    Awedouble Fapstronaut

    Which receptors does the medication block?
     
  3. skaterdrew

    skaterdrew Fapstronaut

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    I updated the post.
     
  4. Kiz Whalifa

    Kiz Whalifa Fapstronaut

    You'd literally be better off not depending on whatever the fack that is. Believe in yourself more...
     
  5. 1ANDDONE

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    Hi Skate. Don't use the drug. It is nice to think of an easy way out. But, there is not. Still, once you get out, it gets easier. You don't want a drug that numbs your pleasure response; you just want to get back to a place where getting your pleasure response is something you achieve naturally, and don't miss it crazily when not getting it. The human brain is fucked up enough without adding chemicals. Do the reboot. It gets better, then easy.

    William.
     

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