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Repairing damage to reticular activating system.

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Unread 04-17-2012, 01:33 AM   #1
redan
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Default Repairing damage to reticular activating system.

Hello,

Considering possible damage to your reticular activating system, what would you do to help repair it?

I am posting this because I am sure I took excessive amounts of choline (acetylocholine) that disrupted/damaged my pons/generally the acetylocholine pathways located in the brainstem (RAS). I am very worried because I possibly damaged something I wanted to improve (my attention). Thank you for any info.

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