Deprenyl (Selegiline) is a drug used for the effective symptomatic treatment of early-stage Parkinson's Disease, depression and senile dementia and is an irreversible and selective MAO-B inhibitor increasing the availability of dopamine.
Decades have passed since it was proved that Deprenyl improves the availability of dopamine. In the brain, Dopamine is one of the most important substances - an essential neurotransmitter that regulates critical functions such as movement, coordination and sex drive. The loss of it frequently causes Depression and ultimately Parkinson's Disease. Deprenyl slows the decline of dopamine and working as a selective MAO-B inhibitor it protects healthy brain cells from oxidative stress. We tend to lose approximately 13% of our dopamine neurons every decade after the age of 45 and once that total figure reaches 70-80% the deficiency will lead to Parkinson's Disease.
It has been suggested that if Deprenyl were used from the age 40 onwards, then the average human lifespan might increase by 15 years. Under medical supervision Parkinson and Alzheimer's disease patients are often treated with very high doses of Deprenyl as much as 20mg daily (usually along with other drugs). Doses for anti-aging purposes, which depend on age and condition, are more likely to be 2.5mg to 5mg once, twice or three times a week, or, 1mg to 3mg per day, with regular breaks.
Do not exceed 10 mg a day (unless under the strict supervision of your physician who has instructed you to do so).
Antiaging Central are able to offer you the following brands of Deprenyl.