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Re: Trintellix..Have you tried it? phidippus

Posted by linkadge on December 16, 2019, at 14:49:32

In reply to Re: Trintellix..Have you tried it? SLS, posted by phidippus on December 10, 2019, at 16:19:32

>I don't think any drugs leave the brain "altered". >If they did, I'd be f*ck*d from all the LSD I took >as a teenager and that's a powerful drug.

I would disagree with that statement. I believe it is entirely possible for drugs to alter the brain. Sometimes this is for the positive (i.e neurotrophic effects), but sometimes this is negative (i.e. atrophy associated with typical antipsychotics).

Some medications can lead to changes that persist well beyond the administration of the drug. Nicotine, for example, can alter the epigenome for generations.

When drugs are administered in adolescence / early adulthood, I think the possibility of long term changes in increased.

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