It is very interesting. It looks like I have the same problem too. I had AF or GAS stage III. Worked with Lam. His vitamin approach worked for me. Though i added a few minerals he did not mention such as ZMA, Calcium, and vitamin D, A, and E. At a certain point, i went into plato. there was no improvemen over a certain period of time. At that point I started to look for more answers and found Dr. Peat articles and made further progress.
The reamaining symptoms remind me those present when norephrine is low or dopamine is low. I tried theonine and phenilalanine supps but did not feel much. with higher dosage i feel real wired but still no adrenaline rush like it was before the AF onset. I am not depressed but still have anhedonia, do not have adrenaline rushes when excited, etc...
I do not know what to try next. According to Lam the body will heal itself given all the nutritions.
I made a neuro-activity map (did several of those), it always shows lower activity at the top of my head, where the activity supposed to be higher than the rest of the head.
The striatum region of the brain, above the brainstem, is "dopamine central." From there, dopamine-active neurons project into other brain regions. The study found that blockade of dopamine receptors in the striatum strongly corresponded to a sense of impaired mental function. The study also found that blockade in "extrastriatal" regions such as the temporal lobe correlated to altered emotional regulation. John McManamy
This kind of picture could be obtain from the Neuro-Metabolic Activity Mapper. The reference is on the right. This how it should look like in a healty, relaxed person, say, in the morning. A normal person passes several times through this state during the day. On the left this is what obtained from a patient. In this case, the vertex activity is higher than the rest. Mine is lower in the middle.