And in many websites its said Wellbutrin helps to "regulate" the two neurotransmitters. I love how they throw that word around, what exactly does that mean? How does the medicine regulate them. Does that mean it blocks them to create more of it? Does it even it out? How would a medicine know what the right level was? The only source I could find with a theory was this one.
http://www.dr-bob.or...msgs/33406.html and this is just a theory.
I'm probably thinking way too hard about this, but it just doesn't make any sense. And I don't want to take something that will make me worse.
Just none of this bulls*** makes any sense. Can someone explain some of this to me? Please - I need some answers. I go to the doctor and I get - "it regulates it" . like *** does that mean? And how does raising the levels of these two stimulating NT's help with anxiety. I know that it does (that's not the issue) but ..like it just doesn't make sense.. and then when i press them for an answer, they say "I don't know". Wonderful.
This article that I found is actually interesting. At lower doses it is effective for depression.
Edited by EastDream, 03 June 2012 - 02:30 PM.