Cymbalta activating or sedating
Anyway, I was wondering if every medications acts on different neurotransmitter how do you know what type of neurotransitter is the most appropriate to be altered? Hensley's post offers you a wonderful choice, too, so you can discuss both of these with your pdoc. With the tricyclics weight gain is rarer, though it can happen, but then there are other side effects such as dry mouth and constipation.The drawback to Remeron - appetite increases, weight gain - you have to climb on the scale constantly to ensure that the lbs. Look, these meds are affecting your brain, they're all going to have some side effects.I take 200 mg once a day, which I'm told is a relatively low dose. I heard Zoloft is the most prescribed SSRI, and a recent study of all 12 major anti-depressants concluded that Zoloft was most effective. I already take Wellbutrin because a) it has helped me quit smoking cigarettes, and b) helps control my appetite, and c) there aren't sexual side-effects.
I've been on it for a few years now for anxiety/panic problems.The question is whether they do more for you than against you.And you're only 23, you're metabolism isn't slowing down that much yet unless you don't exercise.I find it quite interesting as they claim that the GABA ones are associated with weight gain whether the antiglutamatergic ones with weight loss.A lot of patients are concerned with weight gain so I think this is something to look forward to. - I didn't like a higher dose, as my pdoc tried to increase it. Prozac does seem to have the least chance of the ssris for weight gain.