Stimulants Cure Depression

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I’ll keep this short. Sorry for always taking so much of your time.

My mornings are always rough, sometimes it lasts, sometimes it does. By early evening I am always fine, often after 10:00am I am fine. Today has been rough, but I think I am doing okay now. But i don’t know, i usually don’t worry about my mood when i feel like i am doing good.

Medication isn’t going to fix everything, maybe it has done all it can. But every single day I start off with 100lbs weight around my neck. Everything is more difficult. I am more absent, in my head, it seems like I have to force myself to do anything.

Dan and I are moving to a new state, a new life in just a few months. I am better than I have ever been, but I hope medication can do just a pinch more. I guess the move has me scared about all this. I dont know when I’ll find a doctor and if they will be as competition as you.

Vyvanse does worry me, but starting every single day of the rest of my life like this also scares me. I just read that Nuvigil takes a few hours to get into your system, but Provigil, not being extended release seems to have an impact sooner. Maybe that is worth looking into. Or maybe a very small responsible amount of Vyvanse.

This is long again. I am sorry. I am trying. Thank you for everything. Sorry about the email last week, when down it is extremely hard to actually talk to someone, to socialize in any form.

Sorry, this isn’t short. I’ll see you in a week. Sorry for taking more of your time.

Current Medication: Nuvigil 250mg, Seroquel XR 150mg, Strattera 100mg, Pristiq 100mg, Memantine 10mg, Lamictal 200mg

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Stimulants Cure Depression

2 thoughts on “Stimulants Cure Depression

  1. Long. Short. Time…. nonsense. We read because we want to, because we care about you. Never apologise for posting. I for one love hearing from you. A move is a big change. Be prepared for a battle to begin with. Hell, I only moved house and its taken me SEVEN months to feel settled. I was actually thinking of you the other day. I started a new med, Trazadone, and am struggling with what I can only call ‘apathy’. And I remembered you used to struggle with that too. So you’ve helped me. With one of your older posts 🙂 I tell myself – its ok, Too Polar felt this apathy as well, you’re not going insane. Your posts are perfect. Don’t forget that.

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