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Re: going off luvox-help

Posted by bleauberry on May 14, 2018, at 11:01:41

In reply to Re: going off luvox-help, posted by Joe f on May 12, 2018, at 17:24:49

> Thank but cant Prozac cause too much activation. And believe it or not Luvox predates Luvox. Available in Europe in 1983

There is no way to accurately predict activating versus sleepy or versus neutral. That's because everyone responds differently. We might see 'trends', but even those are subjective not factual.

I've seen people complain of how sleepy and tired Prozac made them feel. I've seen people complain of how activating and nervous Prozac made them feel. I've seen people cheer that it worked so fast. I've seen people moan that it never worked. I've see people say how awesome it is. I've heard people say they don't get sexual side effects from it like they do from the others.

I mean, this goes on and on. Predictions don't usually work. We have to try for ourselves or else we never know.

I have a real example. Me. Ritalin is a stimulant. It will rev you up. So what if you are already nervous with anxiety? You don't want a stimulant for that, right? That's what I thought. So imagine how surprised I was when eventually I got brave enough to try it. And I didn't get more nervous. Instead I got more calm, more peace, and I slept better than in years. On a stimulant that was supposed to make me feel activated. All of my preconceived fears were wrong.

Just saying. It's hard to predict. It's hard to generalize.

Here's another one. If you take Zyprexa you will gain massive weight. You will turn into a balloon. Right? Well in several years of using Zyprexa I started skinny and stayed skinny.




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