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Re: Zyprexa vs Seroquel

Posted by LostBoyinNC1 on June 26, 2002, at 1:02:18

In reply to Zyprexa vs Seroquel, posted by geno on June 25, 2002, at 1:15:43

> i have a script for both, but im on serquel now. Dumped the remeron. I found i have high dopamine concentrations, but not enough for pscyosis.
> What is the difference? any eperiences

Having high dopamine concentrations but not high enough for psychosis means that you will probably be a "risk taker" personality type. You will be more likely to engage in the use of illegal recreational drugs, be more prone to addiction problems, be a gambler, engage in unsafe sex and to take part in adrenaline junkie "bungee jumping" behaviors. You might be more likely to own a motorcycle or take up rock climbing as an an activity.

Having high dopamine concentrations means you probably wont ever develop parkinsons disease. You might have problems with mild paranoia or suspiciousness but not be psychotic in the classic schizo sense.




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