Bupropion is a slow-acting medication that takes weeks to enhance patients’ health, therefore patients typically use Wellbutrin for a long time. Because Bupropion stimulates the secretion of dopamine and norepinephrine in the brain, some people become addicted to it, which can lead to Wellbutrin addiction. It can be a huge shock to the body systems if you stop taking Wellbutrin abruptly. Antidepressant discontinuation syndrome, often known as antidepressant withdrawal, causes mild to severe symptoms of withdrawal in the person withdrawing from the medication.
Antidepressant discontinuation syndrome is a possible side effect of taking an antidepressant. It occurs when a person develops a physical dependence on a substance and the medication is abruptly withdrawn without tapering or deliberately lowering the amount. Antidepressants function by affecting the brain’s neurotransmitter levels. These are the substances that bind to neurons and cause them to activate various bodily activities.
Antidepressants cause neurons to become acclimated to a specific level of these neurochemicals in the body after long-term use. The body adjusts to these levels of neurochemicals, and abrupt shifts can result in a variety of unpleasant side effects, particularly sexual Wellbutrin side effects.
Dopamine is released in the brain as a result of this prescription drug. This hormone is also referred to as the reward hormone, and it is linked to feelings of well-being and joy. Once the body has become accustomed to the drug, it requires a specific amount of the drug to create even the usual level of epinephrine or dopamine. When someone takes bupropion for a long time, they experience withdrawal symptoms.
Drug abuse, which involves taking more than the authorized amount for an extended period of time, can lead to physical dependence. It means that a greater dose is required to have the same effect. When a person abruptly stops taking Bupropion, the body reacts with a range of symptoms. The withdrawal effect is what it’s called. Withdrawal symptoms can occur in 20 percent of individuals who have been using it for a long time. As the duration and dose of drug misuse increase, so do these statistics.
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