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Re: clomipramine insomnia - does it ever go away? SLS

Posted by undopaminergic on January 29, 2023, at 2:36:37

In reply to Re: clomipramine insomnia - does it ever go away? TriedEveryMedication, posted by SLS on January 28, 2023, at 10:44:13

> Simplistic scenario: You reacted to normally sedating drugs by becoming activated. Perhaps the converse is also true. Perhaps this "paradoxical" reaction indicates that taking amphetamine, which normally produces activation, produces sedation in you.

I saw someone claim that sleep on Dexedrine is of superior quality.

I got extremely calm when I took my first dose of phenylethylamine (PEA) under selegiline treatment.

It is often claimed that people with ADHD have a paradoxical calming reaction to stimulants. That was true of PEA for me, but not methylphenidate or other dopamine reuptake inhibitors.





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