I've been taking 1mg/day Rasagiline along with DLPA for about a month and a half. Recently stopped the DLPA as it made me ravenously hungry and pizza faced... WOAH low cortisol sucks, took me an entire day of laying in bed under 5 covers shivering, coughing up boogers to make my way to CVS and get some Pseudoephedrine. Pseudoephedrine should hold me up for the 40 days it takes for the cortisol lowering effects to disappear.
Since I've started this treatment, I've noticed a complete inability to handle the sun. Couldn't find any sun sensitivity warnings on either Selegiline or Rasagiline. I looked further into how exactly Selegiline lowers cortisol, and it turns out it does so by directly inhibiting ACTH secretion.
Since ACTH is the precursor to A-MSH, would this be what was most likely responsible for the sun sensitivity?