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Re: Strattera, Buspar, Wellbutrin not exactly

Posted by disney4 on January 30, 2003, at 10:39:53

In reply to Re: Strattera, Buspar, Wellbutrin disney4, posted by not exactly on January 29, 2003, at 17:09:11

>> Strattera is very specific to norepinephrine (that's its claim to fame). My understanding about Wellbutrin is that it affects norepinephrine primarily, but also affects dopamine & serotonin to lesser extents.

That is very interesting, because I thought norepinephrine could add to anxiety, yet some people are reporting less anxiety with Straterra than Wellbutrin. I know we are all wired differently, but I wonder if the mechanism of action has more to do with the Straterra causing less anxiety, rather than the neurotransmitter it affects.
Have any other previous Wellbutrin users felt less anxiety on Straterra?




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