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Re: ADD meds/motivation/concentration metric

Posted by desolationrower on March 21, 2009, at 21:08:17

In reply to Re: ADD meds/motivation/concentration, posted by metric on March 21, 2009, at 15:42:58

> Wellbutrin doesn't seem to be anything more than a stimulant -- and a pretty crummy one at that (poor central/peripheral stimulation ratio). It has low "abuse potential" (meaning that few people like its effects).


actutally i'm of the opinion that the tnf-alpha inhibition could be responsible for bupropion's activity (and why it behaves differently to other stimulants)

-d/r

 

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