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Re: Started Nardil jono_in_adelaide

Posted by SLS on June 2, 2013, at 23:43:10

In reply to Re: Started Nardil, posted by jono_in_adelaide on June 2, 2013, at 13:07:21

> Hmmm, its 3.40am here and I've been awake for 2 hours, despite a sleeping pill - I think I might have my first taste of Nardil insomnia

For me, insomnia has always been a good sign that an MAOI was going to work to treat my depression. Since my anxiety is tied to depression, that, too, would recede. In my estimation, Nardil possesses an acute energizing property that is separate from MAO inhibition. If you are energized or experiencing insomnia after a single dose, I don't think you can attribute it to enzyme inhibition. Don't be afraid to treat the insomnia aggressively. It is paramount to not let this be the issue that forces you to stop taking Nardil.

I am impressed that your doctor consented to combine Nardil with nortriptyline. What is your blood level of nortriptyline?

I'll be praying for you.

I am beginning to surge upward. I found that the "sweet spot" of prazosin for me is 15 mg/day. I hope this continues.

Deal: I'll pray for you if you pray for me...

Good luck.


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