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Re: Parnate: sleep & weight

Posted by Elizabeth on December 24, 1999, at 0:14:09

In reply to Re: Parnate: sleep & weight, posted by Scott L. Schofield on December 23, 1999, at 20:15:20

> I wonder if some people eat more during a Parnate-induced remission simply due to the fact that food will taste better and thus be more enjoyable to eat, regardless of appetite satiation. Perhaps appetite is decreased while satiety is blunted.

I do, but that's probably because I hardly eat at all while depressed! I never gained weight past my original weight this way, though some people might (but probably not much before plateauing).

No, decreased satiety happens with the hydrazines but not with Parnate, at least not to any significant extent.




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