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Re: More taychcardia on atomoxetine than Ritalin linkadge

Posted by SLS on November 8, 2022, at 9:42:37

In reply to More taychcardia on atomoxetine than Ritalin, posted by linkadge on November 7, 2022, at 15:30:35

> Ritalin doesn't do much to speed up my heart rate. Sometimes, it actually slows it down. On the other hand, atomoxetine consistently raises my heart rate to uncomfortable levels.
> The idea that ritalin is a "stimulant" and atomoxetine is not, is just semantics in my opinion.

That's an interesting statement. Tachycardia is a side effect of many drugs that do not inhibit the reuptake of any neurotransmitters at all. Some instead block acetylcholine receptors. Anticholinergic drugs produce tachycardia, too. However, as is with methylphenidate (Ritalin), they often confer psychostimulant effects as well.

Your conclusion seems justified.

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I dream of things that never were and ask why not.

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