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Re: lamical success undopaminergic

Posted by SLS on December 3, 2020, at 7:54:11

In reply to Re: lamical success, posted by undopaminergic on November 28, 2020, at 8:58:10

> > it keeps me from going int 'painful depression' not just regular slump, painful depression for is when are so depressed, its pain, you lay in the bed, or even during the day, it's pain feeling,
> >
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> This "pain" sounds more like anxiety to me. Life feels heavy, hard, difficult. You feel tense (mentally), or even like you're afraid of something but you don't know what. I used to have this, but not for years now.
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> Lying in bed and not wanting to get up, that is classic apathy. I still have apathy but nothing that serious.
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> -undopaminergic
>

Melancholic (endogenous) depression can bring with it psychomotor redardation. Perhaps that can explain finding it hard to get out of bed in the morning. One tip off for melancholic depression is that people feel much worse in the morning than in the evening. Also, early morning awakenings. Melancholic depression can be very painful - psychic pain.

I don't know for sure, but couldn't anergia prevent one from getting out of bed? I haven't studied this issue closely enough to be sure of anything. I have what the NIH concluded to be bipolar depression. That sounds right for me. My depression looks like a hybrid of melancholic + atypical. Lots of anergia, anhedonia, and moderate amotivation. I get up right away when I wake up in the morning - 6:30 AM. The middle of the day is the worst for me.

Do you think that amotivation is a part of all types of depression?

Lamotrigine is a necessary ingredient in my treatment.

Currently:

Nardil 90 mg/day
Nortriptyline 100 mg/day
Lamictal (GSK) 300mg/day
Lithium 300 mg/day


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