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Re: Which antidepressants are 'less' activating?

Posted by rjlockhart37 on August 10, 2021, at 15:23:46

In reply to Re: Which antidepressants are 'less' activating?, posted by linkadge on August 10, 2021, at 15:14:03

yeah prozac is stimulating in some aspects, not totally a NE med, but it does increase NE at higher doses. Some people can't take 60-80mg, the standard dose usally is 20-40mg. At 40mg i found it activating many years ago before we increased to 80. Some people get dulled out by prozac, at higher doses, because it can treat OCD. But 80mg is moderantly stimulating, but not as a stimulant, more antidepressant elevation.

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