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Focus on Preventing Depression

In today's modernized world, there are numerous ways to combat and cope with symptoms of depression. Unfortunately, western medicine seems to focus its attention too heavily on treating it once it's already there as opposed to preventing it to begin with. The problem I see with this approach is that many of the medications available don't actually work or are too riddled with side effects for patients to see lasting results. While this may not apply to everyone, it's interesting to note that a few articles from the Journal of the American Medical Association have paved the way to exploring various preventive methods including, problem-solving education [1], resistance exercise training [2] and psychological preventive intervention. Problem-solving education is intriguing...

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alternate therapy

1). WHAT IS THE ALTERNATIVE BUT SAFER MEDICINE TO SYNDOPA 110 + AMENTRHAL 100 ( 3X SYNDOPA 110) AND (1 X AMENTHRAL 100)? (dosage: SYN 110 -10.30 AM/ 4.00PM and 7.30 pm)- AMENTHRAL 100 - 11.00 AM) 2). WHEN SHOULD WE TAKE IT? I HAVE BEEN ADVISED BY MY DOC TO TAKE IT 'AWAY FROM FOOD'. I.E AT LEAST 1 HOUR BEFORE FOOD. N FOOD SHOULD NNPT BE TAKEN AT LEAST FOR 2 HOUS AFTER TAKING THE MEDICINE. I HAVE TAKEN 'AYURVEDA ROUTE ' (HERBAL MEDICINES ALSO SIDE BY SIDE. I HAVE ALSO UNDERGONE PANCHAKARMA TREATMENT SUCH AS (NASYA. MASSAGE, BASTI (MATRU BASTI), SHIRODHARA ALSO. MY QUERY IN ADDITION TO (1) AND (2) ABOVE ARE: (3) I FEEL VERY DROWSY AND LAZY AFTER LUNCH, APPROX..3 1/2' HRS AFTER SYNDOPA 110 I.E APPROX 2.00 PM AND AFTER DINNER AT NIGHT (10.00PM). AND AGAIN APPROX AFTER 3-4...

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orange pill a 0 8 restless legs

Most likely you are taking cyclobezaprine or flexaril. ## Restless legs or what is coined "akathisia" is common. The etiology is a quandry. Somehave a propensity to fidget. Or tap their fingers, or do habits take mays be somewhat seemingly intractable. Remember, your only as aware as you allow yourself to be. "One can repeat the same thing over and over and not expect different results.Einstein. Parkinsonism, is a result of age or dopamine depletion -also one could expierience psuedoparkinsonism from atypical phenothiazine-similar products like,(Abilify) ## Actually, a yellowish orange tablet with the marking A 08 on it contains 15mgs of Mirtazapine, which is an NaSS antidepressant. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, mood changes and weight changes. Are t...

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"Sometimes less is more."

To make certain a symptom is not a pesky recalcitrant effect of ANY drug, one could with advice of a expert, go back to baseline as it was to rule out the possiblity od a untoward reaction of a supposedly innocuous drug. Nothing is inert. ALL drugs have the propensity to mimic other drugs. Just because it isn't schedule is not a good reason to think it has no morbidity or mortality. Start from scratch. This is not advise. Consult the proper authority before stopping or starting any medication.

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Topamine

what is the purpose for topamine? My Granddad is in the hospital. They have given him cephamine and are going to add topamine. ## Hi jpd, Are you referring to Dopamine perhaps? Dopamine treats circulation problems caused by heart attack, heart failure, kidney failure, low blood pressure, or surgery. Some side effects include: Headache, anxiety, Nausea or vomiting, tingling feeling, goosebumps, or "adrenalin rush." You can learn more about this drug on the page for Dopamine Details Please post back if you have any more questions and I'll be glad to assist you!

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Oxy Neo Been Clean Off Them For 7weeks Now Having A Crisis

I have been clean off oxy neo for 7weeks now....but......as of 4 days ago...i developed manic states. i cant stay still for even a second. needless to say my home is spotless...lol...is it the lack of Dopamine in my brain and body? There isnt enuff clonaz or ativan to keep me dwn. Also...btw....i only had a 90 bender on oxyneo,on a well monitored dose of 60mg per day.....i bought or have been given ALOT!....I've was clean prior to that since Dec.2011, after a stint in rehab! PLZ help! I;m driving everyone in my life insane...along with myself! ## It's possible that you've done some type of permanent damage that's resulted in a chemical imbalance in your brain, since that's where these medications primarily work. If that's the case, you may need an SSRI, such as Z...

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Clebopro Tablet

I have GERD and I was given Clebopro by my doctor.But I don't know the purpose of this tablet.What is it used for? ## Clebopro (clebopride) is a dopamine antagonist drug with antiemetic and prokinetic properties; used to treat functional gastrointestinal disorders. Side effects of this drug can include: Extrapyramidal symptoms; restlessness, drowsiness, diarrhoea; hypotension, hypertension, dizziness, headache, depression; galactorrhoea. Potentially Fatal:ÂNeuroleptic malignant syndrome. These were unfortunately all the details I could gather on the drug, since it is not manufactured here in the U.S. I hope this helps! ## This contains the active ingredient Clebopride, which is used to prevent nausea and to help facilitate food moving through the digestive system. Learn more: A...

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Levadopa

Since this medicine increases or assists in making dopamine has there ever been a trial or test in ALS patients?? ## There have been a few theories and smalls test done, but nothing conclusive has been found, so far. It can be hard to get approval for such trials, due to the risks they post to the people with the conditions, who are force to forego conventional treatments. Are there any other comments or questions?

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Tripoline To Increase Dopamine

I seem to have a fixation on buying things, eating, I was told it was probably lack of Dopamine, take Tripiline and these habit will calm down ## Have you consulted a doctor? There are several medical issues that can cause these types of behaviors and your doctor can run tests to determine which it is and help you discover your proper treatment options. Trying to self-diagnose and self-treat is really never a good idea. The medication you're referring to contains the active ingredient Amitriptyline, which is a tricyclic antidepressant. It requires a doctor's prescription and isn't an appropriate medication for everyone.

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pink tablet 93 290

round pink tablet larger than 1/4i nch imprint is 93 290 ## please help me identify this pinkish, round, pill. blank on one side, other side has 93 and 290 around edge... ## 93 790 pink round pill i know it's welbutrin i just wanna know if it's time released or not and if it could be mixed with with other dopamine inhibitors i know it shouldnt be mixed with benzos on booze i had unpleasant experience with that so dont try this at home lol

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