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Re: Why antipsychotics for Depression, Panic, OCD...? rjlockhart37

Posted by Skeletor on April 3, 2020, at 19:40:49

In reply to Re: Why antipsychotics for Depression, Panic, OCD...?, posted by rjlockhart37 on April 1, 2020, at 23:17:43

> yes, i've been on zyprexa for years and combined with fluoxetine it's antidepressant effect is slightly enhanced, somethign with olanzipine inhibiting 5HT2A, which improves dopamine transmisssion certain sections of brain. I'm not a pharmaologist, but their inhibtation of certain sites, can produce mood improving effects. The only one that i know is not good for mood, is haldol.
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> I'm saying this, yes, but there's not sources to back it up, i could pull all the links i've read in the past, it would be needle haystack. But certain ones inhinit certain sites, and make better mood. Saying all this is just general info with no sources, but ... im saying yes they do. But's certain ones, like abilify enhances d2, but typical ADs i don't have any sources to back that up. The only way i heard, was a lady in the outpatient therapy, she her depression was resistant, so they just tried thorazine, she said it works, felt relieved from agitated depression
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> ill go, definitely pull resources i've read but tonight im really tired, and in a bad mood.
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> ill post some later for evidence

Thanks. That's quite interesting. Happy to hear and read more :=))


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