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40 year old male.  I'm giving this thing a shot.  I appreciated the other journals I've seen on here, so I figured I'd do one too.  Also, with my bad memory it'll help me check to see if there were changes.  My mother uses Welbutrin, so maybe it will work for me as well.  I'm not taking any other prescriptions.  My issues are depression and anxiety.  Starting at 150mg.

Day 1 - A little dizziness.  Maybe some "feelings" I don't usually get.  Hard to know if it is from a single pill.

Day 2 - I sometimes get anxiety that comes with (is caused by) a feeling in my chest.  Like I can feel my heart beat.  Had a bunch of that today.  Nothing else seemed different.  No "feelings."

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Day 3 - Slept like garbage.  During the day didn't notice much except for light dizziness and headache, which are expected I guess.  Consistent low level anxiety in association with the chest thing.

Day 4 - Slept really good actually.  I notice that I'm not as tired before bed and I am less tired after waking in the morning.  Motivation hasn't really increased yet, though.  Low levels of dizziness, headache, and anxiety.

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End of week 1 - Had vertigo this morning and I am fairly dizzy now.  Other than that, no serious side effects.  Only had one day during the first week where is was bad enough I considered if I wanted to continue.  No positive effects yet.  I did get two great nights sleep this week.  Not sure if coincidence or not.  Had a couple of night terrors as well, which is new, but those weren't too bad either.  Low levels of anxiety has been manageable.  I'm not ready to increase dose.  If side effects go away completely without any positive benefits, I may consider upping to 300.

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