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Shorter-and-better sleep, less need of insulin, drop of point-of-consciousness, feeling energetic.... Somehow all processes of the body become more efficient: as if... a broken wire gets connected, some contact sprayed clean, some obstruction washed away or some critical nutrient supplied....... It'...read on
paroxetine (overwhelming onset at 34th day) fluvoxamine (small/dull therapeutic effect; quick tolerance on higher doses) clomipramine (repeatable early onsets) tryptisol (mind the sedation) venlafaxine (no therapeutic effect) citalopram (no therapeutic effect) sertraline (nice but forgotten) ...read on
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As I suffer from diabetes fluvoxamine in my case turned out especially bad. Much more than the other SSRI's it has the side-effect of suspending the ability to notice low blood-sugars, while lowering the sugar-rate at which hypoglycemia manifests. This resulted in severe epileptic episodes at ...read on
A wave of hypersomnia typically marks the end of a phase of succesful antidepressant-cocktail-consumption. As such waves also occur at the end abstinence-phases they count up to approximately 4 times a year. They show a typical pattern of being sucked into sleep for up till about 18-22 hours during ...read on
Yesterday-evening it was revealed to me that actually it has already been known that I am not alone with my discovery. It was on Dutch television 8-11-2010, Anker & Anker, about the work of the celebrated twin layers. Some other unhappy guy was there, telling about the relief he enjoyed by the ...read on
Lithium-addition rather often seems to work for some reason (be it not that consistent). Yet, lithium-addition comes at a price for it burdens the kidneys while one should realize this compound has a small therapeutic window for which its blood-rate needs to be monitored neatly. Lithium addresses ...read on
Venlafaxine I tried early because of the reports I got on it from individuals. When effect turned out to keep away my home-doctor informed me that in his experience, this presently experienced lack of effect was actually irritatingly common. The compound is therefore particularly peculiar, for it ...read on
Usually I get unconscious at about 1,6-1,7 mmol/l. When using antidepressants this frontier is brought down to typically 1,2 mmol/l or below. This is dangerous particularly because it leaves you much less room to intervene: the 'hypo' is apt to overtake you (for me resulting in actually waking up ...read on
It should be noted that this was the first antidepressant I ever took. My initial reaction was therefore hypersensitive. The overwhelming effect of paroxetine manifested as hypomania, for which I chose to lower the dose first to 10 mg daily, and later to 10 mg 5 times a week, which comes down to 7,...read on
A very happy side effect of antidepressants is the libido-suppression. (I wish I had known this when I was a teenager!) This effect is especially marked with citalopram, which is actually well-known for its absence of other side-effects. This should be made public (among doctors) with regard to ...read on
It was certainly not my own idea to try this most expensive compound!!! I was actually forced to try it (because of it (supposedly) not influencing the QTc-interval) "negotiating" one might say, with a help-renderer (psychiatrist). I had to keep trying up to a dose very far beyond the official ...read on
Usually when quitting the use of an antidepressant, one is supposed to gradually lower the dose in able to allow for the nervous-system to adapt and prevent relapse into depression. My situation being so different, I've never done it this way. The reason is simple: I quit using an antidepressant ...read on
Naturally 'the dark' meant here is not universally the same for everyone. But anyway, in my case the dark can be really threatening, in particular when coincidentally also being threatened from the outside by obligations being authoritatively imposed. Autism may include Executive Dysfunction *: not ...read on
If in need, people dramatically benefit from antidepressants. Even more dramatic therefore is that for a small group of these people medicine tolerance comes about: demise of the positive effect due to adaptation of the nervous system. It is scarcely admitted in medical literature. Remedies have ...read on
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