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Re: Wellbutrin rarely makes you tired

Posted by 1980Monroe on July 20, 2004, at 20:25:53

In reply to SO CONFUSED*****************, posted by woolav on July 19, 2004, at 11:48:23

If you dont want to try Wellbutrin, its not a big deal.

You can try provigil, but its mainly just a stimulant, but it can act like an antidepressant, but it is expensive. Check in to it.

The post about wellbutrin making him tired i belive is a pardoc. effect of it, and maybe it needs time to kick in. Wellbutrin is stimulating to many people, this is rare to me to hear it causes tiredness.

The reason i am urging you to try Wellbutrin, it is a mild dopamine and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor, or in other words, it causes more dopamine and norepinehrine to be in the nerve synapse. Both of these neurotransmitters are deal with arousal, dopamine deals with pleasure and motivation, and norepinehrine deals with attention and energy.

Paxil is a SSRI and a potent one too, serotonin i belive at moderatly high levels will cause fatigue, which is a side effect of it. This is maybe why you are tired alot.

But i do think Wellbutrin may help in your situation, but if you dont agree, Provigil again which is a stimulant will give you energy, mainly what it is prescribed for.

Take care





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