It’s been about six months since I started taking some medication to assist with my stamina levels since re-diagnosis. This drug is called Ephedrine Hydrochloride. Sound familiar? It should – it is used in asthma medication a lot.
It is little known though that if taken as a tablet it doesn’t just cover the lungs. In my case, it acts as a stamina agent to encourage my nerves to communicate a little bit longer than they could if I didn’t take this medication.
What has this meant? Well, now I can actually stay awake past 22:00 for one thing. My speech doesn’t go as slurred as it once did when I hit a point of energy depletion in my day. I am able to concentrate more. I can coordinate some of my movements better.
Its given me a bit more quality of life that I didn’t have before. It has made my life better because of minute changes.
Worth it? Definitely.