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Re: Mishal

Posted by cumulative on November 23, 2007, at 16:52:02

In reply to Re: Dopaminergics: Hazardous in long term? bleauberry, posted by Mishal on November 22, 2007, at 4:40:47

If you're asking if there'll be a price to be paid for continuous, long-term sleep deprivation, I'm sorry to say but the answer is definitely YES.

You can find a balance between low-sleep hypomania and depression, or even between hypomania and the dull normalcy that some here seem to claim is the "goal" of treatment with medication (the goal invented by who exactly?) -- personally, I place this happy medium at euthymia, or even hyperthymia.

Truly, consider adding a late-night a2 agonist (clonidine should help sleep and also curb some of the adrenergic effect during the day), or low doses of a mood stabilizer like lithium orotate.




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