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Rebound 'depression' from Dexedrine?

Posted by Janice on November 5, 1999, at 16:31:29

I experienced an intense depression yesterday evening after forgetting to take my afternoon dosage of dexedrine. I've had the dexedrine rebound effects of my mind being out of control and fast, but last night felt like my brain caved in on itself.

Which brings me to something else. Last night I felt so bad, I was wishing I was dead. Are suicidal ideas something to be worried about? I have never 'felt' suicidal, and the closest I've come to this was a strong impulse to take a handful of pills; but then this was because I wanted to 'quickly change' the way I was feeling, not to kill myself.

It has always seemed so obvious and so logical to me that when you feel so bad, of course, you would rather be dead; that I've never bothered to mention it to anyone. Isn't this so? Janice. thanks in advance, again.




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