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Re: is a GABA antagonist what i need? poser938

Posted by phidippus on September 8, 2012, at 15:14:25

In reply to is a GABA antagonist what i need?, posted by poser938 on September 8, 2012, at 1:10:56

GABA antagonists are drugs which inhibit the action of GABA. In general these drugs produce stimulant and convulsant effects, and are mainly used for counteracting overdose of sedative drugs.

I don't think you want convulsions.

Check out this link:

http://www.news-medical.net/news/20120322/Direct-link-between-GABA-activation-and-dopamine-suppression.aspx

What long term effects do you get from dopamine increasing meds?

Have you tried Nuvigil? Orexin neurons are activated by Nuvigil. Orexinergic neurons are found exclusively in the lateral hypothalamic area. Their activation is associated with enhanced pleasure-seeking and motivation as well as arousal. Orexinergic fibers project to the entire central nervous system.

Eric


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