Tyramine

What is Tyramine?

Tyramine is a natural monoamine compound. By the displacement of norepinephrine from neuronal storage vesicles by acute tyramine ingestion is thought to cause the vasoconstriction, increased heart rate and blood pressure.

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my husband has been diagnosed with Parkinson's but has a sulfur allergy. He is taking Amantadine and Azilect and is complaining of weakness in his...

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Neither drug contains sulfur

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Neither drug you mention contains sulfur therefore, your husband's...

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i take parnate 10mgx2 a day i will lake the foods to avoid plus vegetables and alcohol and drugs thank you i want to pay now...

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Brief Answer:
Some examples

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I read your question carefully and I understand your concern.

When using Parnate it is important to...

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My husband starting linezolid. What foods should he avoid?

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Aged, conserved or pickled foods and drinks.

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