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  1. NEUROTOXICITY OF NEURONS In order to get the system symptom free, increased stimulation of the remaining viable neurons is required. This occurs by increasing neurotransmitter levels, which leads to increases in electrical outflow.

  2. NEUROTOXICITY PERMANENT DAMAGE TO THE NEURON BUNDLES SYSTEM DAMAGE MECHANICAL DAMAGE

  3. NEUROTOXICITY IN ORDER TO PROPERLY TREAT NT DYSFUNCTION, NEUROTRANSMITTERS MUST BE RAISED TO LEVELS THAT ARE HIGHER THAN NORMAL. SYSTEM DAMAGE MECHANICAL DAMAGE

  4. Neurotoxicity • Can lead to neurotransmitter disease symptoms in patients with normal neurotransmitter levels • Parkinson represents the prototype • Can be caused by Amphetamine use, as well as by any toxic or traumatic substance

  5. CAUSES OF DYSFUNCTION THE THRESHOLD where symptoms resolve NORMAL RANGE defined with sick people X No symptoms in normal patients

  6. CAUSES OF DYSFUNCTION THE THRESHOLD where symptoms resolve in patients suffering from neurotoxic damage. X NORMAL RANGE defined with sick people X No symptoms in normal patients

  7. Drug Depletion causes these problems NEUROTOXICITY OCURS HERE

  8. Neurotransmitter Dysfunction Neurotoxins Heavy Metals Chemicals Drugs

  9. Neurotransmitter Dysfunction Neurotoxic drugs • Amphetamine is the prototype 3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine (Ecstasy) Fenfluramine Phentermine

  10. Neurotransmitter dysfunction

  11. Neurotransmitter dysfunction

  12. Neurotransmitter dysfunction