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Re: do neuroleptics always=dysphoria?

Posted by linkadge on April 25, 2021, at 18:08:22

In reply to Re: do neuroleptics always=dysphoria?, posted by Lamdage22 on April 24, 2021, at 4:40:51

No. I personally don't mind a low dose of seroquel or zyprexa. I don't get any major dysphoria at low doses.

Dopamine isn't the magic pleasure chemical. Dopamine creates 'wanting' and motivation to achieve a reward, but it doesn't always produce reward in itself.

Keep in mind, when you block dopamine, the receptor then can become more responsive (in theory) to dopamine.





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