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Norepinephrine vs Epinephrine: What's the difference?

Posted 25 Sep 2016 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com

Norepinephrine and epinephrine are both used in emergency medicine but what is the difference between them?

Difference between Epinephrine and Norepinephrine?

Posted 30 Sep 2015 by Sphynxx 2 answers

Are epinephrine and norepinephrine the same? I had a neurotransmitter test done recently and it said I was within range of norepinephrine, but low in epinephrine. Are there any medications that target epinephrine instead of norepinephrine?

Why does Cymbalta make me so tired?

Posted 16 Oct 2015 by Sphynxxx 5 answers

Cymbalta has been the only antidepressant that has worked for me so far, but it makes me so exhausted. I could fall asleep on the floor any moment. Why is Cymbalta causing such extreme fatigue?

Medications that raise dopamine only?

Posted 30 Sep 2015 by Sphynxx 2 answers

Are there any medications that raise dopamine without raising norepinephrine?

Neurotrans for anxiety?

Posted 22 Oct 2015 by Barbaracavalla 1 answer

My natural path just prescribed Nero trans for me it contains GABA dopamine serotonin acetylcholine norepinephrine I was just curious about the norepinephrine as it itself could throw someone into a fight or flight correct or is this combination good to reset my brain?

Exactly how does norepinephrine treat anxiety? it seems like it would be causing excititory effects?

Posted 19 Nov 2009 by Psychmajor 2 answers

im on an SSRI (zoloft, totaly took care of depression) and an NDRI (wellbutrin, only been 3 weeks so no signs of improvment have started obviously), and i dont understand how norepinephrine (so closely related to adrinaline) will slow any part of the body down. I read in my bio psychology book that ...

Effexor XR - I don't understand the norepinephrine part of the equation for helping with depression?

Posted 4 May 2015 by Nightowl61 3 answers

... Serotonin is the "feel good" part right? What does the norepinephrine do?

Cymbalta - Ingredient norepinephrine...I'm very sensitive to epi and afraid to try this?

Posted 23 Apr 2013 by Kelita715 3 answers

I am very sensitive to epinephrine (i.e. can't take it, causes SEVERE panic attacks). Will Cymbalta have the same effect since it has norepinephrine? I'm afraid to even try it as my reactions to epi scares me!

Effexor XR vs tramadol?

Posted 12 Oct 2011 by tseanmurr 1 answer

does the serotonin and norepinephrine in tramadol take much shorter time to work then with effexor (both are very structurally the same) ? I would think so

I just need to know if this is normal : my husband was in the hospital for 26 hrs and received the?

Posted 7 Apr 2013 by tldortch 2 answers

,drugs:metoprotol,diltiazem,pantazoline, donnatol,antacid,lidocaine,epinephrine,Norepinephrine, enoxiparin(lovenox),8 iv bags w;sodium chloride, and 3 iv bags w;sodium bicarbonate,pantazoline,levequin, and then of course , he died. Is this a normal amount of drugs for afribb heart:conjestive heart ...

I was injected with 2% lidocaine ane norepinephrine in my back shoulder for my shoulder pain;?

Posted 17 Apr 2010 by tiarah young 2 answers

After the shot, the doctor refused to see me because of the severe side effect and I was diagnosed as C.R.S.P and now am being treated by a different doctor but doesnt' show any improvement and the pain is excruciating and my whole rihgt arm is totally immobilized. I want to know why the ...

Does anyone know of a medicine that's not classified as an anti-psychotic/antidepressant?

Posted 16 Jan 2010 by Sideffects2 1 answer

that ups the norepinephrine? In other words a medicine that doesn't possibly cause toxicity in the brain?

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