Intimidate and SSRI'S

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    Intimidate and SSRI'S


    I've been on paxil for a few years now and have been on intimidate for a few days and my anxiety has been very much increased. I did a google search and saw a few things that talk about ssri's and nmda receptors but not sure if there is a link or shared pathway. Just curious if anyone understands and possible link or interactions between the two. Thanks! And yes I know that it likely says not to take with ssri's in the blanket warning on the back of all supplements.

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    Yes, there would be an interaction unfortunately. Significant enhancement of NMDA receptor agonization can increase anxiety in those that are prone to it.
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    thanks vaughn! Now Ill just sell it to a friend. Since dose 1 the dreams have been crazy! Is it just NMDA that has this effect or does regular DAA effect those receptors as well. Appreciate the response
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    NMDA seems to impact very different results for sleep/dreaming than DAA.
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    Been stacking intimidate with testabolan v2 for eight days and have had no problems with bad dreams or night mares. No difference in sleep patterns.
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