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Re: Couple studies on inverse relationship of DA + SE

Posted by Alexanderfromdenmark on March 8, 2009, at 15:35:12

In reply to Re: Couple studies on inverse relationship of DA + SE Alexanderfromdenmark, posted by myco on March 8, 2009, at 14:50:45

> Have you tried meds outside the SSRI class? Something like a maoi that plays on seratonin, dopamine, norephinephrine, and GABA (or addition to get this)? Many people need a balance
> > Yeah that's why I think SSRIs often are bad buisness for long-term depression. Less dopamine is bad news for love, motivation, energy, concentration, passion. things lacking in "conventional" depression.
> >
> > SSRIs have left me flat, unmotivated and apathetic. That is my personal experience though. They work differently for others.

I'm looking into correcting endoctrine imbalances right now that can cause depression, fatigue and lots of other nasty stuff. If getting my body into balance does not cure my depression, and if CBT and exercise wont, an MAOI will probably be my first choice. Are MAOI's healthy for the brain in the long run though?




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