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Zarzoour
10-22-16, 03:52 PM
Hi all my main diagnosis is bipolar the doc diagnosed me with adhd also and gave me stimulants like concerta and ritalin and non stimulants like atomoxine....nothing worked so i thought that my inattention is because the bipolar and stopped adhd medication then after remission from bipolar i found my self still couldnt study and work well and not attracted to things my doc told me lets work on neorphinaphrine and gave me remeron in 3 days i found my frontal cortex is alive again i am attracted to things and paying attention

does remeron work on adhd or it was just depression due to nerophenaphrine

sarahsweets
10-23-16, 07:37 AM
Hi all my main diagnosis is bipolar the doc diagnosed me with adhd also and gave me stimulants like concerta and ritalin and non stimulants like atomoxine....nothing worked so i thought that my inattention is because the bipolar and stopped adhd medication then after remission from bipolar i found my self still couldnt study and work well and not attracted to things my doc told me lets work on neorphinaphrine and gave me remeron in 3 days i found my frontal cortex is alive again i am attracted to things and paying attention

does remeron work on adhd or it was just depression due to nerophenaphrine
from:http://whatmeds.stanford.edu/medications/mirtazapine.html


Why is this drug prescribed?
Remeron is FDA-labeled in adults for major depressive disorder. There is also some evidence that favors the usage for anxiety, dysthymia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and panic disorder in adults.

Remeron is used to treat major depression. When taken to relieve depression, its effects are usually felt within one to four weeks. The usual adult dose is between 15 and 45 mg/day.

Remeron is being used experimentally to treat children with ADHD, autism, and Asperger Syndrome, but its effectiveness for these diagnoses is not clearly established.
At lower doses, Remeron has been associated with increased hypnotic effects and thus has been used for insomnia.