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Re: Periactin? Kroserob

Posted by Sad Panda on June 16, 2004, at 23:41:47

In reply to Re: Periactin? Sad Panda, posted by Kroserob on June 16, 2004, at 5:36:27

> > Periactin anatagonises 5-HT2C as does Remeron. 5-HT2C antagonism is said to increase appetite, while agonism by increases in serotonin levels reduces it. A defective 5-HT2C gene could be reasponsible for under- & over-eaters, do you have an illness or a lifelong problem?
> Lifelong since early 20's, which is 30 years, but hints of it as early as age 8. My suspicion is that early childhood factors could have damaged the genetic structure, such as trauma or toxic exposures, but that's just a strong intuitive sense I get from living in my body all these years, and it's hard to form any sound theory.
> K.

My social anxiety & overeating habits began when I was around 7-8yo too. Remeron actually reduces my binge eating, my pdoc wants me to take less Remeron but when I do I don't sleep properly which darkens my mood & makes me binge.





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