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Re: Help..severe anger.... linkadge

Posted by Jay2112 on September 11, 2021, at 19:14:32

In reply to Re: Help..severe anger...., posted by linkadge on September 11, 2021, at 14:34:59

> Yeah, effexor can make me angry too. It tends to make me overly opinionated and argumentative. I had to come off this (but for other reasons).
> Some things that help me in this regard are lithium, DHA, magnesium, niacin, periodic fasting, replacing coffee with black tea. Tryptophan may help too. Hormones can sometimes work both ways (reducing anger in some and increasing it in others).
> You might also try quercetin.
> Linkadge

Hey Linkadge:

Hope you are doing well. My next shot at med *may*
be moclobemide. My pdoc will not try me on a traditional MAOI, I think at least until I give the moclobemide a shot. Thing is, I don't think I can do without a stimulant. But, moclobemide was a bit stimulating when I took it about 25 years ago. I actually did sorta like it. So...not quite sure. Plus, I was also thinking of Luvox, as it, back then at least, was a smoothing-out kinda med. I did ok on Prozac, but it's norepinephrine-stimulating properties also made me feel like a prisoner.

I am spending lots of money on cannabis, but it is worth it. I've tried CBD many times, and I honestly feel worse after ingesting it. I can't tolerate magnesium, as I have early stage kidney disease...that sorta goes for lithium too.
But, I have tried taking the 150mg dose of lithium, fine. But I need the higher dose, usually around six hundred milligrams. Do you know at what dose lithium becomes an NMDA antagonist?

I've tried most of the 'natural' route...had a really tough time with B vitamins, as too high doses can majorly mess your mind around. Really, though, serotonin and norepinephrine, raised by drugs, seem to cause more problems than not. I am more attracted to opioids, and anything to calm my horrible anxiety. Oddly, calcium works well for me. Not all the time, though. Amphetamine too...god...I love that stuff. :)



Humans punish themselves endlessly
for not being what they believe they should be.
-Don Miguel Ruiz-




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