Getting High On Anti-Depressants

Discussion in 'Human Science' started by alexb123, Sep 27, 2006.

  1. alexb123

    alexb123 The Amish web page is fast!

    If I take Prozac or any other SSRI drug I get a high does this happen to anyone else?

    The high I get can be likened to ecstacy and from very small doses!
  2. Absane

    Absane Rocket Surgeon

    I never received a high when I was on Paxil. In fact, it took 2-3 weeks before I noticed any effects. However, the withdrawal was a different story.

    From my experience, anti-depressants are crap and do not really solve the core problem. It just masks the problem. When I noticed the effects, I was very happy for a month or so.. then it wore off and I was just "content" with everything. I was not happy and I was not "sad."

    Do some cardio. Run two miles a day or something.
  3. francois

    francois Schwat?

    That sounds rather nice. Why on earth did you stop?
  4. volpeculus sagacis

    volpeculus sagacis Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodies

    Hmm... I've felt rather jittery and high-sprung when on an SSRI... besides that, nothing special.
  5. Absane

    Absane Rocket Surgeon

    Well it's not nice when you are just content with everything. You have all the bare minimum requirements to ensure you are not "depressed." This doesn't mean happy.

    I would be depressed and still do things. Being content, it was enough to just sit around and accomplish nothing because in the end, I still felt the same.
  6. Fraggle Rocker

    Fraggle Rocker Moderator

    Look up Prozac, or any psychoactive drug, in the PDR (Physician's Desk Reference) if you want a list of the known side effects. Most of them only affect a tiny percentage of the patients, but you could be one of them. After all, somebody has to make up that group.
  7. riku_124

    riku_124 High School Smoker

    my ifrned had me get high on life one time, it smells real good and is green :)
  8. Absane

    Absane Rocket Surgeon

    Adderall is fun.
  9. volpeculus sagacis

    volpeculus sagacis Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodies

    And Lexapro's like acid when you're asleep 0.0 ...
  10. Absane

    Absane Rocket Surgeon

    Also, you could be experiencing "seotonin sydrome."
  11. Roman

    Roman Banned

    Pffff kiddy cocaine hurts my nose.
  12. G. F. Schleebenhorst

    G. F. Schleebenhorst England != UK

    Apart from your cock basically stopping working....that's a fairly common one.
  13. Absane

    Absane Rocket Surgeon

    Oh man. I forgot about that!

    Yes... at least when I was on Paxil I couldn't get off for shit. It would take forever to ejaculate.

    Well, I suggest SSRIs if you get off too soon... or want the BJ to last forever.
  14. TruthSeeker

    TruthSeeker The Truth is Out There

    Anti-depressents are designed to make you high. Think about it! DUH! :bugeye:

    Btw, never try Effexor. It almost killed my wife... :eek:
  15. Absane

    Absane Rocket Surgeon

    Not really. Dopamine is what gets you high. And, in general, anti-depressants work with serotonin.

    It never did a thing to me.
  16. TruthSeeker

    TruthSeeker The Truth is Out There

    A lot of people died on it.
  17. Absane

    Absane Rocket Surgeon

    No doubt people have.
  18. RickyH

    RickyH uoy etah i. yllaer ton

    I was waiting for someone to say that.
  19. RickyH

    RickyH uoy etah i. yllaer ton

    By the way, that is a clear indication of your coke being too cut.
  20. G. F. Schleebenhorst

    G. F. Schleebenhorst England != UK

    A lot of SSRIs and drugs made by drug companies make you do fucked up shit.

    Seroxat (known as something else in the US) apparently makes some people kill themselves, and haldol (used in mental institutions) gives people a violent urge to stab people, so much so that patients feel such pressure to stab someone repeatedly that they escape and stab people repeatedly until the pressure is relieved.

    Electro shock treatment does nothing for mental problems but gives the patient amnesia and burns holes in their skulls so they have to be replaced with metal plates. We are still living in an age of quackery.

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