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Re: The Truth Do SSRI's and SSNRI's Work For Anyone? linkadge

Posted by TylerJ on February 28, 2006, at 17:18:09

In reply to Re: The Truth Do SSRI's and SSNRI's Work For Anyone?, posted by linkadge on February 28, 2006, at 16:25:35

> Thats where I disagree. I think that if a class of drugs has a particularly low sucess rate then the patient should know about it.
> I would not tell somebody that the drug they're on is miraculous if I didn't think it were true. That can set somebody up for disaster.
> P.S. How do you know you are experiencing REM sleep ?
> Linkadge
> Well, It does work very well for some people, and it's very effective against OCD as well. And it did help me for a year so I believe in it from my own personal experience. It's also effective against panic disorder, and depression. Luvox
is in fact, is pretty much the same as
other ssri's Prozac, Zoloft,and Paxil-all excellent ssri's. For a partial responder adding Lithium or thyroid may help. Takes 4-6 wks for a a full response.

As far as the REM sleep goes-my wife watches me when i sleep and can see my eyes moving back and forth very rapidly-just kidding:) Seriously, it is during REM sleep that dreaming occurs, and I am definitely dreaming. Adults spend about 25% of the night in REM phase. I have also had some nightmares and and they always occur during REM phase. I know you'll probably disagree, but I know I'm experiencing REM-and have done some study on sleep..and well i know what i believe to be true.





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