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Re: NE strengths of Reboxetine vs Atomoxetine JohnBoy2000

Posted by MightyKondrian on October 14, 2017, at 13:37:40

In reply to Re: NE strengths of Reboxetine vs Atomoxetine, posted by JohnBoy2000 on October 12, 2017, at 8:54:38

> > If you are to remain focused on NE for depression, I recommend desipramine. It has been studied for decades. It also works for ADHD
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> Tried it already.
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> Hard drug, cardiac wise, plus, heavy sedation above the minimal dose, paradoxically causing insomnia if taken at night time.
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> Didn't agree with me.
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> Appreciate the suggestion but, after that, I try to focus on as selective an agent as possible.

Strange answer. Nothing paradoxical about it keeping you awake. Its an NRI. It should promote wakefulness at least. Sedation shouldn't happen either. Its a metabolite of Lofepramine, a drug which helps stamina and focus. NEVER found Lofepramine sedating. Although I dont take it with my MAOI it is my 2nd fave drug (better than clonazepam for me). Really helps my bad procrastination.
I guess we are all (oddly) different.

MightyKondrian.


Phenelzine 120mg,Amitriptyline 100mg,Clonazepam 4mg,Bupropion 450mg,Aripiprazole 5mg,Acamprosate 2g,Clonidine 200mcg + nootropics
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