Niacinamide

Last Update February 8, 2016
Taken for: Acne, Anxiety
Other brands: Nicomide T
Category: Dietary supplement
Nicotinamide, also known as niacinamide and nicotinic acid amide, is the amide of nicotinic acid (vitamin B3 / niacin). Ni...
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Niacinamide and Bipolar Disorder

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I feel too sedated. I've found niacinamide mixes well with...
| dr-bob.org
" Hi. Yes, I do believe niacinamide is helpful, even if you're ...better. Too much and I feel too sedated. I've found niacinamide mixes well with the essential fatty ...are seemingly very important for... "

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h niacinamide in the afternoon. I'd say it works as well as...
| www.phentermine.com
" If you are taking 5-HTP you would do well to take it with niacianimide - niacin - the nonflushing version. You will increase your uptake around 50 percent, which is pretty good seeing that it's not... "

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de) put me to sleep even better than Seroquel ever did. And...
| dr-bob.org
" ...sleep (due to a bipolar mixed episode). I took 25mg, and I still woke up 2 hours later. Wide Awake. Ruminating on bad thoughts really bad. I took another 25mg and went back to sleep. But. I... "

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mide and Inositol is very good, too. It got me thru a...
| www.crazyboards.org
" ...it's great for rapid cycling bipolar (which is what you have). ...Topamax in how it works. Fish Oil is another option at up ...to 15g/day. GABA bonded to Niacinamide and Inositol is very good, too. It... "

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S have you ever tried high dose niacinamide?...
| dr-bob.org
" hi my integrative doctor suggested i may want to eventually try 1g of niacinamide 3x/day. Has anyone had success ...like this for depression or bipolar disorder? It used to be used ...has never suggested... "

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inamide, which I've read helps to potentiate GABA (and whic...
| dr-bob.org
" ...getting too wound up, I also take niacinamide, which I've read helps to potentiate GABA (and ...and a general multivitamin/mineral. Fish oil high in omega-3 fatty acids has also been shown to be helpful... "

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like you have been down all the BP drug roads. I wish...
| www.benzobuddies.org
" ...today. Sounds like you have been down all the BP drug roads. I wish I could give you a good alternative. Diet, exercise and meditation are other avenues to explore and I'll bet you are doing this... "

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f bipolar and ADHD. He is using Risperdal 0.75mg. This i...
| dr-bob.org
" ...My son has symptoms of bipolar and ADHD. He is using Risperdal 0.75mg. This is working ...B12, L-Tyrosine, don't work. Niacinamide is good, but not too much. We don't know it anymore. Can someone help us?... "

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m taking: niacinamide, taurine, green tea extract, gi...
| dr-bob.org
" ...able to go from 30mgs/day Abilify to 15mgs/day Abilify--still within the normal range for bipolar or schizophrenia, just no longer ...you all think? I'm taking: niacinamide, taurine, green tea extract,... "

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been using vitamin B3 Niacinamide to relax me throughout...
| anxietyforum.net
" ...made me sleepy and felt drowsy, as well as had ...sh*ts. I have been using vitamin B3 Niacinamide to relax me throughout the ...lithium orotate being used for anxiety,add,bipolar. I guess this stuff is... "

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