I would love to say that I don’t need to do that, that I just go in and out of my character with no problem, but I would be lying. I actually did, it was intense for me, and sometimes you need to — yeah, exactly, decompress. I remember talking to Michelle while we were doing the final episode, and we kind of have that thing when you’re doing an episode or a scene that’s very intense, you have to cry a lot, that after the second or the third day, you go, “I feel sad and I don’t know why.” Well, the why is because you’ve been crying for the last two, three days, doing scenes that put you in a very emotional place. And even though it’s fake and it’s fiction and it’s make-believe and it’s your job, the body doesn’t know that. Sometimes you just need to take a break and talk to your daughter and laugh and have fun and forget about the scenes.
Hey John, that’s a really interesting video on the effects of sleep on testosterone levels. I know that can really mess with hormone levels. The same thing happens during extreme dieting and many competitive bodybuilders have the T levels of 90 year old men pre-contest. I’ve always been diligent about getting enough sleep and a bad night for me was 7 or 8 hours. I’ve also never gone much under 2,500 calories per day. As far as overtraining, I had periods where I would get so burnt out I would take a week off and then reset my program and work back up to my previous weights over the course of a month or so. Even during these easy periods the symptoms were all there. Before going on TRT my blood pressure, lipids, and body fat levels were all really good so I don’t think metabolic syndrome was at work. Thanks for the resource!
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Since LTP was discovered in rabbit hippocampus by Norwegian neuroscientist Terje Lomo in 1966, it has been a highly studied and popular research topic. Reason for such studies is the vast spectrum of what LTP could affect. It is also the subject of clinical research in the areas of addiction medication, Alzheimer’s disease and more.
We know that LTP is a long lasting enhancement in signal transmission between two neurons that results from stimulating them both at the same time. Thus, by inducing LTP or creating more efficient signaling between neurons – we can significantly improve overall cognitive function, focus & clarity.
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Without being able to disclose ingredients at this time, what we can tell you is that NOOPump achieves LTP by inhibiting PDE4 and increasing cAMP. We’ll leave the ingredient guessing up to you…
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