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Re: Brain's Opioid System Linked to Depression/Anxiety

Posted by undopaminergic on June 23, 2020, at 5:25:59

In reply to Re: Brain's Opioid System Linked to Depression/Anxiety, posted by PeterMartin on June 22, 2020, at 20:02:32

> What about Suboxone for depression? It's funny but I'd actually searched that earlier today after seeing someone mention it on another forum.
> Id think the major risk w touch opioid receptors is addiction. Is Suboxone addictive? Anyone try it for depression?

Buprenorphine is also available as Subutex, Temgesic, and Buprenex.

There are some old threads about it here. One of them, from 2008, featuring my own experience with the drug, can be found here:

I tried it for depression, in combination with methylphenidate (Concerta), but it turned out to be more useful as a nootropic for ADD, or more particularly, working memory dysfunction.

It can be addictive, but I (was forced to) quit cold-turkey, and there was no withdrawal syndrome.





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