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Re: SSRI/SNRI sedation?

Posted by renski on September 7, 2014, at 10:22:30

In reply to Re: SSRI/SNRI sedation?, posted by rjlockhart37 on September 7, 2014, at 0:22:02

> paxil is NOTORIOUS for sedation and low energy, it's given for usally depression with anxiety and panic attacks....
> well....the thing you could do, first of course coffee, and second asking your doctor about mild dose of wakefulness agent, lexepro and paxil are sedating, well lexepro is newer, paxil was released in's been used for a while now....
> wellbutrin causes's good for low energy but it is also well known for irrtibity and anxiety with some people including me....i was on 300mg and it worked for a while but i noticed i couldnt take naps during the day, i couldnt fall asleep on wellbutrin during the day, even though i felt tired....i couldnt sleep, and thats what caused the irrtibility and mood swings....
> ask seriously about pritiq or prozac....they both aree activating, prozac gives energy through serotonin activation, while the paxil does something with serotonin diffrently....sedation......
> of course there's provigil....but it's expensive, vary expensive
> r

tried Pristiq.. unfortunately same issue with sedation. What happened with Pristiq:

Started medication -> 50mg -> went up to 100mg -> week 8 -> started to feel really good -> week 9 -> everything went down hill -> sedation kicked in




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