Tak Citalopram tzn. Citabax
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Chech .... już znalazłem odpowiedz: "nie wolno pić kawy z ssri"
Oto cytat ze strony: http://www.ssrireview.com/SSRI_Side_Effects/SSRI_and_Caffeine.php
"Combining Caffeine and SSRI
SSRI are commonly used to treat anxiety, stress disorders, and mild to moderate depressions. Blocking the reuptake of serotonin by the presynaptic cell/receptor, the SSRI leaves a surplus of serotonin in the system. The serotonin left in the system leave the user feeling more relaxed and happier in most cases. There are various types of ssri on the market, including: Fluexotine (Prozac), Sertraline (Zoloft), Paroxetine (Paxil), Escitalopram (Lexapro), Fluvoxamine (Luvox), and Citalopram (Celexa). Because caffeine is a contributor to various levels of stress, its use along with an ssri is not recommended.
At the very least, taking caffeine along with the SSRI may increase the occurrence of stress and negate the positive effects of the SSRI
. In some cases, SSRI can cause anxiety for their users. In such situations, use of caffeine with the SSRI can compound the anxiety
to cause the user greater stress and discomfort
. Fluvoxamine is an SSRI that comes with specific warnings against caffeine use. Some studies indicate that using caffeine alongside fluvoxamine may lead to caffeine intoxication
. Read the labels carefully to make sure you understand all of the possible SSRI side effects.
Be sure that you thoroughly research your options and speak with a qualified medical professional before undergoing any type of SSRI drug treatment regimen. Not all SSRI's are the same so be sure and do your homework