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Re: Q for Bruce or other users

Posted by Bruce on November 18, 1999, at 8:22:22

In reply to Q for Bruce or other users, posted by andrewb on November 16, 1999, at 10:14:46

> Reboxetine is noted for improving self esteem and motivation towards action. Have you noted significant improvement along these lines. Also has your anxiety level been affected. Has your cognition changed, i.e. racing thoughts or greater clarity.
> Thank you

Hello, AndrewB.

Reboxetine has improved my 'motivation towards action'. I simply have more energy to spend, so to speak. Whereas before, I had to really weigh the pros & cons of any type of activity (because it made me so damn tired), now I just do something without giving it a second thought. I sleep less, definitely. I can undertake physical activity without worrying that I will feel 'used up' the next day.

Self-Esteem? I can say it probably has helped some, although Prozac (before it pooped out on me) did the job quite well for that aspect of personality.

Reboxetine feels different than Prozac, without a doubt, yet it touches on some of the same areas for improvement.

The first day or so I had some giddiness & racing thoughts, but no episodes since.





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