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Re: Dealing with Nardil Sedation atypical

Posted by Ron Hill on August 21, 2009, at 1:21:27

In reply to Re: Dealing with Nardil Sedation, posted by atypical on August 20, 2009, at 20:57:30

Atypical,

Cool! I hope the dosing schedule will continue to minimize your Nardil-induced daytime sleepiness.

I commend you for your exercise schedule. As you know, exercise is a key component in establishing and maintaining good mental health. Further, since Nardil is notorious for causing weight gain, exercise and a healthy diet are extremely important.

Be well, my friend.

-- Ron

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> Thanks for the great suggestion. I now split my dose 30mg around noon and 30mg in the evening. So far after two days I feel like it's putting less of a load on my system as opposed taking it all at once. I can even feel my heartbeat during/after exercise.


> > > How have people dealt with (or, more specifically, lessened) Nardil sedation?

> > I solved my Nardil-induced sedation problem by adjusting my dose timing. I get up at 6 am, but I do not take my first dose until noon. I take my second dose at bedtime. It works for me, but everyone is different. So, your mileage may vary.

> > I currently take 90 mg/day, so I take 45 mg at noon, and 45 mg at bedtime.

> > -- Ron

> > dx: Bipolar II with ultra rapid cycling and mild OCPD
> > 600 mg/day Trileptal
> > 200 mg/day Lamictal
> > 500 mg/day Keppra
> > 90 mg/day Nardil


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