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Re: Symptom Relief vs Cognitive Loss

Posted by linkadge on August 28, 2020, at 18:20:58

In reply to Re: Symptom Relief vs Cognitive Loss linkadge, posted by SLS on August 27, 2020, at 23:41:33

I'm generally in a place where I feel ok. My problem is that I usually underdose medications. I should be taking more, but I usually take as little as I can get by with. The advantage is reduced side effects, the disadvantage is that I relapse frequently. Fortunately, the relapses don't last that long. I have had some success with things like agmatine, scopolamine and CBD for a faster acting way to counteract the relapses.

For depression, I found amitriptyline more effective than nortriptyline (even though both worked). For me, my memory becomes way too intense, and drugs like amitriptyline help to temporary wipe it out. So, to answer your question, I found amitriptyline more effective at wiping out my memory. I'm actually happiest when I can't remember a damn thing. Ignorance is bliss. So depression wise, amitriptyline is great, but in terms of functioning on a job, it can be a bit more difficult.





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