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Re: Nardil Q+A UGottaHaveHOPE

Posted by bob on March 27, 2008, at 13:52:31

In reply to Re: Nardil Q+A Bob, posted by UGottaHaveHOPE on March 27, 2008, at 4:15:25

> Bob:
> I cannot say whether or not Nardil is energizing to me for two reasons: 1) First and foremost, every med affects everyone differently. Nardil may make you feel like tireless, while it may make the next person feel tired. Unfortunately, you never know until you try. The general consensus seems to be, however, that it just makes you feel the same as always from an energetic standpoint. 2) I have a Vitamin B-12 deficiency, which likely plays a huge role in my energy levels.
> Main aspects of depression? I'll have to write out more later, but the pdoc said I display primarily GAD, but the underlying cause is atypical depression. I know, Im confused, too.
> Weight? I lost a significant amount of weight, from 255 to 215, when I gave up cheese.
> Feel free to ask any more questions, Michael

Thanks for answering!

My doctor mentioned that he has seen more than one case of Nardil shifting people's biological clocks to where they tend to stay awake at night and sleep more during the day. This is a concern for me should I try it since that happened when I took other meds like Effexor.

I asked about the energy levels because I remember seeing posts on here about people being tired all the time on it.




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