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Re: Surprised! Got my second opinion about Nardil! linkadge

Posted by undopaminergic on December 9, 2019, at 12:18:19

In reply to Re: Surprised! Got my second opinion about Nardil!, posted by linkadge on September 9, 2019, at 18:03:17

> There was a theory out there recently that treatment resistant depression may exist because many treatments are found via the stress induced rodent model of depression.

That is a potentially very important observation. The problem is that it is hard to find appropriate experimental animal models of depression that truly generalises to human depression. There are so many different kinds of depressions, responding to differing treatment. For example, there are people who respond to SSRIs! Nonsense in my case... and that of many others.

My depression is temporally linked to overwork and insomnia. It *was* typical/textbook burnout syndrome, but it has evolved. Early in it, I would feel worthless and cry, and now, I feel very little of anything at all, beyond some frustration and, if it is a feeling, apathy. Haven't cried for at least many months. I did not react to the passing (suicide) of my best friend, which suggests I haven't processed it emotionally, but how can I when I don't have emotions?





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