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Re: Are any of these new GABA meds effective? HoldenYosarian

Posted by franco neuro on February 15, 2005, at 13:51:51

In reply to Re: Are any of these new GABA meds effective? sabre, posted by HoldenYosarian on February 12, 2005, at 23:29:51

You're dispensing some good advice my friend. Glad to see there are people out there doing their homework. I too have been helped more by that $10 bottle of tyrosine than bucketloads of SSRI's, GABAergics and dreaded TCA's. Unfortunately, i only got wise this past year. But the "tyrosine effect" as i like to call it has finally helped to point me in what i hope is the right direction. I'll be starting Wellbutrin soon and hopefully it'll work. There aren't too many "clean" norepinephrine and/or dopamine agonists out there. I think in my case that Wellbutrin is the best choice. Definitely reboxetine for norepinephrine. I have read about a medication that is hard to come by called survector which is supposed to be really dopamine selective. It's funny how when you mention anxiety or panic meds. the first ones that jump into peoples' heads are the SSRI or GABA meds. When in fact the most powerful anti-panic/anxiety drugs are actually the MAOI's. Which have fallen out of favor (supposedly) due to their side effects. I've never taken one so I have no first hand experience as to their efficacy. By the way i wash my tyrosine down with grape juice. I've heard that the carbs help to facilitate it's transport. Any thoughts on this?




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