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  1. ... The three catecholamines are epinephrine (adrenaline), norepinephrine, and dopamine. Catecholamines are more often measured with a urine ...
  2. ... adrenal gland. The main types of catecholamines are dopamine, norepinephrine, and epinephrine. These chemicals break down into ... into inactive substances that appear in the urine: Dopamine becomes ... acid (HVA) Norepinephrine becomes normetanephrine and ...
  3. Nerve cells use a brain chemical called dopamine to help control muscle movement. With Parkinson disease, the brain cells that make dopamine slowly die. Without dopamine, the cells that control movement ...
  4. ... active. Cocaine also causes the brain to release dopamine. Dopamine is a chemical that is involved with mood ...
  5. ... nervous system). THC causes brain cells to release dopamine. Dopamine is a chemical that is involved with mood ...
  6. ... sports. Amphetamines also cause the brain to release dopamine. Dopamine is a chemical that is involved with mood, ...
  7. ... alcohol. Some inhalants cause the brain to release dopamine. Dopamine is a chemical that is involved with mood ...
  8. ... raise the level of a brain chemical called dopamine. Dopamine is involved in the control of movement. The ...
  9. ... a problem with the way brain cells use dopamine. Dopamine is a brain chemical that helps with muscle ...
  10. ... to stop for a short time include: Amiodarone Dopamine Lithium Potassium iodide Prednisone or other glucocorticoid medicines ... than-normal TSH level. These include glucocorticoids/steroids, dopamine, certain chemotherapy drugs, and opioid painkillers such as ...
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