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Re: What you think of research on long term SSRI use SLS

Posted by Prefect on December 27, 2016, at 14:40:36

In reply to Re: What you think of research on long term SSRI use, posted by SLS on December 27, 2016, at 8:27:29

I'm thinking about a dopamine norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor or something.

My anxiety is the passive somatization/derealization/can't focus/dear in headlight type rather than the cardiac freakout type and I have long sweaty REM sleep late in the morning from which I wake up and can't get mentally alert till like noon. During that time my decision making ability is very low. This is why for years I was misdiagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. The kicker is I don't have body fatigue, can exercise like people half my age, and drink alcohol with no consequence, all of which pretty much exclude chronic fatigue syndrome.

I've almost started getting curious about narcolepsy meds or even just over the counter nicotine gum.




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