While having adhd most of the medications that are used to assist the chemical in balance of the brain, such as adderral, ritalin giving me the feeling of always antsy or always being on the move. I am looking for a alternative away from these prescriptions. What is a better medication for these anxiety and mood swing problems?
Would it be recommended if you have adhd to take bupropion hydrochoride instead of bupropion xl?
- 1 Jun 2011 by statenyc
- ritalin, depression, anxiety, migraine prevention, panic disorder, smoking cessation, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (adhd), bupropion, medication
1 Jun 2011
Bupropion hydrochloride whether immediate release or XL (extended release) may help with anxiety and mood swings. It is a good antidepressant for some people. I can also recommend Nuvigil. It is kind of like ritalin but longer acting and milder. Its labeled use is for hypersomnia and narcolepsy amongst a few other conditions, but is sometimes prescribed off label for attention deficit problems. There are many other antidepressants that also help with anxiety that might be appropriate such as Zoloft and Lexapro to name just a few. Unfortunately it is a trial and error sort of process finding the correct med. Best to discuss with the doctor who knows your specific condition well.
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