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Re: Is a 'high' theraputic? linkadge

Posted by undopaminergic on December 24, 2019, at 8:24:32

In reply to Re: Is a 'high' theraputic? undopaminergic, posted by linkadge on December 24, 2019, at 7:53:55

> So for example, on mood stabilizers I almost never feel high. Lithium seems to completely prevent those moments of "I FEEL GREAT!!".
> I've wondered if those moments (even if short lived) are important for recovery. Perhaps they are the sign of a healthy reward system, giving a reason for both being alive and the belief that there is reward / pleasure to be had in life.
> Linkadge

I don't know. It is at least normal to feel better or worse, but perhaps not if you feel it without reason.

I actually had a small episode of feeling better when I took low dose lithium, in the form of the orotate salt. My understanding is that the orotate is much better absorbed.

I agree that it is important to feel good (not necessarily high) at times, because it gives you hope.





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