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Re: Brain fog

Posted by michael73 on December 20, 2002, at 22:36:50

In reply to Re: Brain fog, posted by jrbecker on December 20, 2002, at 14:20:11

It is interesting that none of the SSRI's did much for me, but with Anafranil I don't even have to take the start out dose. Anafranil, in addition to serotonin, effects NE. I read somewhere that the right hemisphere deals mostly with novel situations and uses NE. The left deals with repetition and uses dopamine. Maybe I have an imbalance of NE that causes me confusion in new situations making me try to order my life by learning things until they are "repetitive". I often feel that I am straining to think through things while avoiding really thinking with the proper part of the brain - if that makes sense - as if one part of my brain is shut down and another ill-suited part is frantically and fruitlessly trying to compensate. Thanks for the posts. Michael73




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