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Re: Blood pressure meds don't increase depression risk undopaminergic

Posted by porkpiehat on October 25, 2020, at 10:48:02

In reply to Re: Blood pressure meds don't increase depression risk, posted by undopaminergic on August 25, 2020, at 0:27:33

> > ... and some may lower it
> >
> Yes, bisoprolol for example -- I'm taking that.
> >
> >
> It is interesting that they found propranolol to decease depression risk, because it has been though that it could do the inverse.
> -undopaminergic
It's interesting. I was prescribed propranolol for headaches and test anxiety after I was taken of celexa. Didn't do so much for that but otherwise it seems to be this weird miracle drug for me. Just 5mgs will:

-Pull me out of weird tired, zoned out modes when coffee or ritalin won't.
-allow me to sleep without having night terrors and adrenaline "shocks"
-calm me down when I'm having bursts of irritability
-exercise without feeling like I'm drowning and my head is going explode.




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