Sedating or stimulating ssri
When choosing an antidepressant, your doctor takes into account your symptoms, any health problems, other medications you take and what has worked for you in the past.
They increase the availability of chemicals that enhance nerve impulse transmission and mood.
Pros: An SNRI that’s generally well tolerated if started in low doses.
Side effects: Can cause jitteriness, anxiety, insomnia; or can have the opposite effect (somnolence).
Which antidepressant is best for you depends on a number of issues, such as your symptoms and any other health conditions you may have.
Ask your doctor and pharmacist about the most common possible side effects for your specific SNRI and read the patient medication guide that comes with the prescription.
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Or you may have more, or fewer, side effects from taking a specific antidepressant than someone else does.