Posted 03 September 2012 - 10:48 AM
Posted 03 September 2012 - 11:02 AM
I'm sorry I have no experience with Wellbutrin. Others here, I think will come to your aid on that. I experienced two years of absolutely debilitating headaches and due to their severity I was put on almost every prescription headache medicine in the book. I didn't feel that they degraded the efficasy of any of my anti-depressant meds or caused any side effects. But I know what you mean about the dangers of polypharmacy. In my case, my headaches were so severe that it was almost a life and death matter for me to take headache prescriptions in addition to my antidepressants. I have also had some bad experiences with polypharmacy in relation to sleep so I can understand how you feel about it. I absolutely understand. I hope you will get some good words here from Wellbutrin people. Welcome to the Forum.
"A man is really ethical when he obeys the constraint laid on him to help all life which he is able to help, and when he goes out of his way to avoid injuring anything living. He does not ask how far this or that life deserves compassion as valuable in itself, how far it is capable of feeling. To him, life itself is sacred. He shatters no ice crystal that sparkles in the sun, tears no leaf from its tree, breaks off no flower, and is careful not to crush any insect as he walks. If he works by lamplight on a summer evening, he prefers to keep the window shut and breathe stifling air rather than see insect after insect fall on his table with singed and sinking wings. If he goes out into the street after a rain storm and sees a worm which has strayed there, he reflects that it will surely dry up in the sunlight, if it does not quickly regain the damp soil into which it can creep, and so he helps it back to the lush grass. Should he pass an insect which has fallen into a pool, he spares the time to reach it a leaf or a stalk on which it may clamor and save itself. Animals suffer as much as we do. We must fight against the spirit of unconscious cruelty with which we treat the animals. " Dr. Albert Schweitzer.
"Compassion, in which all ethics must take root, can only attain its full breadth and depth if it embraces all living creatures and does not limit itself to mankind." Dr. Albert Scheweiter.
Posted 15 September 2012 - 11:49 AM
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