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“…Morphine binds to adenyl cyclase inhibitory receptors, increasing of adenly cyclase causes an increase in protein kinase which will activate the nmda receptor to bind to glutamate. Continuous exposure will lead to calcium bind with calmodulin and activates calmodulin kinase thus NO upregulation is not well tolerated, and the cycle remains unchanged [30] .In some cases where the effect of tolerance increases, it will lead to addiction. HBOT has a role in suppressing addiction to codeine needs through several mechanisms, mainly by monoaminergic receptor [28].…”
Section: Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Mechanism As a Potential Choice To Reduce Codeine Addictionmentioning
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“…Morphine binds to adenyl cyclase inhibitory receptors, increasing of adenly cyclase causes an increase in protein kinase which will activate the nmda receptor to bind to glutamate. Continuous exposure will lead to calcium bind with calmodulin and activates calmodulin kinase thus NO upregulation is not well tolerated, and the cycle remains unchanged [30] .In some cases where the effect of tolerance increases, it will lead to addiction. HBOT has a role in suppressing addiction to codeine needs through several mechanisms, mainly by monoaminergic receptor [28].…”
Section: Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Mechanism As a Potential Choice To Reduce Codeine Addictionmentioning
“…An increase in NO will stimulate a further increase in GHG and NO synthase (NOS). GHG has a role in decreasing GABA, while NOS stimulates an increase in NO production [30]. The increase in NO and the effect of HBOT on decreasing GABA will cause an increase in dopamine in the body, this will cause depolarization of cells and ultimately cause a stimulant effect.…”
Section: Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Mechanism As a Potential Choice To Reduce Codeine Addictionmentioning
“…MT is still a difficult issue; and it often leads to the withdrawal of treatment and many side effects, including physical dependence, constipation, vomiting, respiratory depression, and sometimes even death due to dose escalation (Paul et al, 2021). Multiple dysfunctions of biological processes (BPs) involved in the development of MT have been proposed (Chen and Sommer, 2009;Uniyal et al, 2020;Gledhill and Babey, 2021), including the opioid receptor desensitization, downregulation, internalization (Williams et al, 2013), and altered epigenetic regulation (Liang et al, 2013;Viet et al, 2017). Despite significant headway in this field, the mechanisms underlying the development of MT were not well understood.…”
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