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Re: Tentative remission on ketamine

Posted by SLS on December 30, 2022, at 22:11:11

In reply to Re: Tentative remission on ketamine, posted by Jay2112 on December 30, 2022, at 15:37:31

> Interesting....there is some new research discussing how the dissociative affects of ketamine, which bring it's therapeutic effects, as well as THC, are those we find in Scizophrenia. I find that too, with mid-dose THC, I get a fairly high dissociative feeling going. Dissociation is not always figured with Scizophrenia, but new studies are showing different:
> I'd take a stab at possible high dopamine levels with something like high GABA levels as well, play a part in this. The serotonin and GABA, along with norepinephrine and dopamine, are said to be increased much by Nardil, in particular, GABA.
> Jay

I find Nardil to be much more of a "mood-brightener" and anti-anhedonic than Parnate is. Parnate never made me feel motivated and *want* to do things like Nardil does. I have fun with Nardil and look forward to having rewarding experiences rather than manufacturing reasons to avoid them. Parnate leaves me lacking, although it helps increase mental energy. Nardil also has pro-social effects and promotes more confidence and assertiveness in social situations. Social inhibition had been a symptom identified in France as a symptom of depression. It was for me.

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