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Re: Neighbor who is a teacher Says SSRI's Cause Me

Posted by Jakeman on March 29, 2006, at 11:50:17

In reply to Re: Neighbor who is a teacher Says SSRI's Cause Me Jakeman, posted by scatterbrained on March 28, 2006, at 20:47:12

> I don't believe that it is so much that the ssri's help with memory but that they help with depression(in some people) which in turn helps with memory.
> Is ssri brain growth more pronounced than say trycyclic or maoi brain growth, is there a study?

I have not taken the time to conduct a proper literature review. There are many studies, some with conflicting results, and very little has been proven.

It could be that memory improvement is a result of remission. I can only say from my experience that the antidepressants which tend to be activating for me (such as Prozac, Wellburtrin, selegeline) have improved cognitive functioning and memory.

warm regards, Jake




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