Posted by tecknohed on August 27, 2005, at 17:17:06
In reply to Re: Nardil absorbtion and food » tecknohed, posted by ed_uk on August 27, 2005, at 13:38:46
> Does Nardil make you drowsy?
Not quite drowsy, but it sedates. This seems to happen more the longer I take it. If I have something to do then I'm fine. However, put me on a train, in front of a TV or in a cinema (basically when I'm seated 'motionless') and it's ZZZZzzzzzzzzzz.........! The sedation is stronger if I've just taken a dose. My guess is its the GABA effect it has.
This is exactly what Moclobemide sedation was like , except with Nardil it can happen anytime, morning or night. With Moclobamide its mainly after the evening meal/dose.
Despite its sedation I take Nardil cause its the only thing thats ever touched my Social Phobia (and a lot more besides). Plus, the sedations not really unpleasant, just inconvenient.