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  1. Crystal Joy Salas
    January 23, 2018

    I am diagnosed with bipolar 1
    And a bunch of other mental health disorders the Doc Says that I have high dopamine levels to me they seem to go up and down like a roller coaster. I have hallucinations, Suicidal ideations, self harm, and flashbacks and non Epileptic Events, Depression, I was awoken by a particularly convincing auditory hallucination. It sounded like someone writing with a pencil ✏️ on the other side of the wall and dropping it every once and awhile. I went over there with a flash light and looked but found nothing. I went into the bathroom and heard what sounded like footsteps and crunching again I shined my flashlight into the bathtub 🛀 seeing nothing. But continueing to hear it. Finally it stopped. And I resolved it was a hallucination.
    Any advice would be helpful
    Thanks
    Disclaimer: I’m not on any meds nor am I interested in taking them!

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    • Web Admin
      Web Admin
      January 24, 2018

      Thank you for sharing your insights and experiences. Your symptoms are complicated, and it would not be beneficial for us to share any advice. However, it sounds as though you are taking positive actions. Continue to share your kindness and compassion with everyone in your life. This will increase the frequency of positive events and energy in your life. Have a great day, Crystal!

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  2. Amanda
    October 12, 2017

    My husband was found to have high dopamine levels. He’s very hot headed, short tempered, but generally very sweet. But he’s suspicious of people, but not quite enough that anybody thinks he’s crazy. Just that, he takes everything you say wrong. A joke is suddenly an insult. etc. (your intentions are always negative, in his mind, no matter what) He doesn’t do drugs. There is literally no way for him to hide that from me. So right now I’m seeking out a medical cause for his high dopamine in hopes of “curing” his crazy self before we end up divorced.

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    • Web Admin
      Web Admin
      October 13, 2017

      It is always beneficial to treat your partner with kindness and compassion. He is likely using drugs and clearly chooses to treat you poorly. You may take this time to determine what you want for your future. If his actions are getting worse, then you need to determine a final line. You may want to bring him to a professional doctor to help you make a decision. Best of luck, Amanda!

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