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Re: New FDA labelling for Xyrem warns of depression

Posted by willyee on February 23, 2006, at 17:59:59

In reply to Re: New FDA labelling for Xyrem warns of depression, posted by tessellated on February 23, 2006, at 17:56:22

> i found the generic and cheap as dirt form of xyrem to be a wonderful (though mildly habit forming) antidepressant.
> i have a hunch that the variability that AD's have on neurotransmission does contribute in some form to some individuals suicidal ideation; perhaps through an alteration in NT impulse modulation, or as an increased attenuation of the electrical waves. as in my experience suicidal thoughts ONLY occur during severe trajedy or/or AD treatment. I see however a vast differential between ideation and action, and therefore do not fault AD therapy. Ideation is abstract, and action physical. Philosophically, verything changes particularly emotions, and to act radically and purely upon one's emotions roots oneself in an experience of endlessness or permanence that is non existant.
> I would think seriously about these issues in children, and those who cannot objectify themselves whatsoever. As it would be unfortunate for these associative affects to impare the technology, or the ethics of the field.
> FYI: the term ethically refers to the act of giving another "drugs".

Dude im not gonna lie to you,you just went whoosh over my head lol i only play a semi smart guy on the net,i have no idea what u just said,but it sounded great lol.




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