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Why I personally stopped Parnate.

Posted by AdamCanada2 on June 24, 2009, at 11:39:18

In reply to Re: More likely to cause insomnia, Nardil or Parnate?, posted by morganpmiller on June 23, 2009, at 22:42:40

if you are less suseptible to insomnia from other meds than that could be a huge reason to try parnate over nardil.

for me i have already struggled with insomnia most my life so for me it was horrendous.

i did quit parnate the first time due to extreme insomnia but the second time i quit parnate was for a reason no one here can explain...

when i tried a higher dose parnate... 30mg (im sensitive to meds) it no longer gave me insomnia. the bed did a 180 degree turn. energy lost, mood dropped, motivation dropped, and i had over sleeping! imagine that. it was no longer helpful enough for me when i triggered a dose that was bad for me. this phenomenon has not been experienced by others from what i have read thus far.

> Yeah this is a tough call form me. I don't want insomnia but for some reason I want to try Parnate over Nardil.
> So Adam, the insomnia never went away with Parnate? Even at a lower dose? How long were you on it? Did you get off Parnate because of the insomnia?
> I know many experience insomnia on Zoloft and Prozac. I was not one of them. So maybe I won't experience it as bad as others have on Parnate. I don't know..I just want to feel normal again. Right now it feels like I have a sinus infection in my brain.




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