Are epinephrine and norepinephrine the same? I had a neurotransmitter test done recently and it said I was within range of norepinephrine, but low in epinephrine. Are there any medications that target epinephrine instead of norepinephrine?
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Epinephrine is used for asthma. Norepinephrine is used for low blood pressure. I've been on both before. Norepinephrine i still have to use on occasion before my bp drops beyond low for me. My normal bp is 90 over 60. Epinephrine i used in an inhaler as a child because i grew up in a home full of smokers.
See previous answer. The brain's neurotransmitters do not work independently of each other and can't be seperated any more than that accomplished by current pharmaceuticals.
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