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Re: I have chosen to be a failure(Linkadge and SLS

Posted by jay2112 on October 20, 2020, at 18:17:31

In reply to Re: I have chosen to be a failure linkadge, posted by SLS on October 20, 2020, at 7:35:37

> > ... and I don't know why.
> >
> > So many opportunities I have just let pass me by.
> >
> > Linkadge
> There are at least two features of depression that will get in the way:
> 1. Amotivation.
> 2. Anergia
> There are also medications that can cause passivity (lithium) and amotivation (SSIs). I find SSRIs to decrease motivation more than SNRIs (Effexor and Cymbalta).
> If you have consistently felt this way since before your de novo (first) treatment, then it is likely that it is a feature of your baseline. If you have consistently felt this way throughout your all of your drug-trials, it might also be part of your baseline.
> In other words, depression might not be a characterological trait of yours. It might be your autonomous biological brain disorder.
> Was your motivation and energy levels higher when you built your TMS machine? You were younger, of course, and it was earlier in the course of your illness.
> - Scott

Hi Scott/Linkadge

Link is in Canada, with me, and I am about to start a trial with Moclobemide, which worked amazing for me with high-dose benzo's, bromazapam in particular, and am going to try to control some of the agitation, hyper-arousal with a mood stabalizer, as we go. Do you think this would be a good option for Linkadge? It is MAJOR pro-sexual, and I have dead in that area for almost 15 years. I am not sure what Linkadge's situation is like?

Sorry Linkadge, am not trying to hijack your thread. Have you ever been on Mannerix(sp?)/Moclobemide? It really, really is pro-motivational, I just have to be careful of the hypomania. I am REALLY sick and tired of the amotivational, desexualizing properties of the usual SSRI/SNRI routes. Honestly, I can deal much,much better with good hypomania, rather than just "blaahhhh", irritability, and flattening of SSRI/SNRI's. Link, you said you use Niacin. Have you ever tried a stack of Niacin, B1, and B2? I use that with lethicin/choline..which REALLY chills me out...a nice, smooth ride.


I was brought up to believe..
Belief that's failed me now
As Life goes from bad to worse
No philosophy consoles me
In a clockwork universe..........
~Neil Peart (1952-2020)




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