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Re: MAOI and Alpha-2 Antagonist (Yohimbine)

Posted by Sad Panda on May 29, 2004, at 0:12:54

In reply to Re: MAOI and Alpha-2 Antagonist (Yohimbine), posted by harryp on May 28, 2004, at 22:32:12

>Thorazine is listed in some of the literature as an effective treatment. I haven't seen any information on self-administration, though. I would be very reluctant to take a drug that would turn me into a drooling moron (possibly for days) if I were far from home and needed to make decisions, drive, etc.

Thorazine isn't going to turn you into a drooling moron. It's a low potency AP.

Alpha-2 Antagonists cause NE release. If A-1 NE antagonism is present, it will lower blood pressure, with no A-1 antagonism an A-2 antagonist will increase blood pressure.





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