Does Wellbutrin Cause Weight Loss?

does wellbutrin cause weight loss

Does Wellbutrin Cause Weight Loss?

A question that I get asked a lot is whether does Wellbutrin cause weight loss? The short answer is yes. The long answer is that the answer depends on the individual person. There are many reasons why a person may lose weight. This includes dieting, stress, illness, surgery, and many other factors.

Tricyclic antidepressants such as Butea monosperma, Orlistat and Pregabalin have been known to help individuals reduce mood swings and increase motivation as a side effect. When individuals take these medications they will often experience an increase in libido and weight loss. The reason for this increase in libido is due to the fact that these antidepressants can cause weight gain in the body. Since these drugs are used to treat depression they are often used in conjunction with other medications such as anti-anxiety medications.

However, SSRIs are not the only medications used to treat depression. Monoamine oxidase inhibitors are another option. When an individual takes this medication it can help them reduce mood swings and severe anxiety associated with major depressive disorder. In addition, SSRIs have been known to increase serotonin levels and this is what can help people experiencing weight gain when taking the medication.

However, SSRIs are not the only available medication available. Phenylpropanolamine (PPH) is another option for those with depression. This particular form of antidepressant works by increasing an individual’s metabolism. Individuals with depression tend to have a slower metabolic rate than others and therefore are able to burn off fat more quickly. They do however, like SSRIs, can cause weight gain when taken in conjunction with other forms of treatment.

The one thing all these antidepressants have in common is that they all work by affecting the brain chemical serotonin. Serotonin is a neurotransmitter found throughout the central nervous system of humans. It is thought that many of the successful treatments for depression work by increasing the production of serotonin. This includes PGH. When individuals suffering from depression take PGH they report increased energy, better sleep, better moods, and increased sex drive.

All of these medications however, cannot change the state of the brain through the use of potent and selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). These types of antidepressants affect the reabsorption of serotonin in the brain which has a major impact on the depressive symptoms of an individual. Therefore, those who take these medications must supplement their diet with healthy foods or they could risk losing the benefits of the treatment while risking continued depressive symptoms.

As you can see there are mixed results when it comes to the use of antidepressants and dieting. Some people experience weight loss with the use of these drugs while others report feeling more fatigued or anxious. In addition to the side effects described above, these medications can also cause significant sleep problems, fatigue, nausea, and dizziness. It is important to carefully review all the possible risks and benefits when deciding if antidepressants is right for you. It is also advisable to consult with your physician when considering starting a clinical trial of any drug to ensure that you are able to follow the recommended dosage as it is given for your particular condition.

While it is almost impossible to generalize the results of any clinical trial, there is one aspect of wellbutrin/ SSRIs that seems to be related to weight loss. Individuals that suffer from a condition called insulin resistance, have low levels of both glucose and insulin. Because of this, they are much more likely than others to develop the condition as well as the associated medical complications. When taking wellbutrin/SSRIs, the levels of both glucose and insulin are decreased, therefore helping those with this condition to achieve some level of health. As a side note, it is important to note that wellbutrin/SSRIs are generally not prescribed to those with insulin resistance; rather they are prescribed to individuals who are in need of additional weight loss.