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Re: Benzo Dopamine Shawn. T.

Posted by SLS on May 12, 2005, at 7:28:55

In reply to Re: Benzo Dopamine SLS, posted by Shawn. T. on May 11, 2005, at 12:18:58

> Klonopin may decrease serotonin turnover in the raphe nucleus and hippocampus. I personally think that the effects of benzodiazepines are mediated for the most part by mechanisms that do not involve monoamines.


Clonazepam is somewhat of a black-sheep, though. It possesses therapeutic properties that are unique to the BZDs. I am just wondering if the 5-HT properties don't confer its anti-manic, mood-stabilizing and occasional depressogenic effects.


- Scott

 

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