Mixing Meds w/ Welbutrin

by Smoking Gun

I am currently taking Adderall(30mg) for ADD,
Zoloft (100mg.) for depression/anxiety, and just started Wellbutrin(150mg.twice daily)to help me stop smoking.

I feel like I shouldn't be taking Welbutrin with Adderall AND Zoloft. What is your reccommendation?

Smoking Gun


Thanks for your question. That sounds like an awful lot of medication to me. With the medical proof that meds are only a temporary solution, I'm assuming your doctor has a larger plan. If not, you'll want to ask him/her about it. The important thing is to test your doctor and ask for the bigger plan.

Ask your doctor about Omega 3 fish oil for ADD and depression!! Omega 3 fish oil is essential for mental health as our brains require the fatty acids.

Studies have shown that ADD is caused by a diet high in refined sugar and food additives. Often a simple change in diet cures ADD for good. (See links below).

You hire your doctor and so you need to press him/her for a permanent solution.

Doctors are very quick to prescribe medication and slap on a band-aid solution. Don't hesitate to ask for more from them!

Again, be sure to read up more on Omega 3s in our e-course and on our site! You'll be glad you did!

Here's a shocking quote from Mike Adams the publisher of NaturalNews.com...

"ADHD is a fictitious disease invented by the pharmaceutical industry to sell amphetamine drugs to children. The conventional medical industry doesn't want to talk about nutritional cures for diseases or disorders because they know that if consumers were made aware of how simply and inexpensively these conditions could be resolved with nutrition, sales of pharmaceuticals would plummet. Symptoms of ADHD are easily eliminated in 80 percent of children within two weeks by merely supplementing with omega-3 oils and eliminating processed foods (especially refined sugars) from kids' diets."


Omega-3 supplements rapidly eliminate ADD, ADHD and bipolar disorder in children

Neurologist Dr. Fred Baughman talks about the fraud of ADHD and the poisoning of U.S. children

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Sep 22, 2009
anxiety and depression free testimonial
by: Merri Ellen

Dr. Teitelbaum is a board certified internist and Medical Director of the national Fibromyalgia and Fatigue Centers, Inc and has become an expert on conditions and their natural cures. Here's what he has to say on anxiety...

"Unfortunately, all that most doctors have to offer are medications such as Valium and antidepressants. These are often not only addictive and ineffective, but also rife with side effects.

Fortunately, natural therapies can be as or more effective. In addition, it is important to treat both the psychological and physical underlying causes.

Physical Causes:

Overactive thyroid

Especially if you have weight loss, racing heart/palpitations or sweating.

Low progesterone and estrogen

This can be seen in woman approaching menopause, and can occur 5-12 years before periods stop and tests for menopause become positive (called peri-menopause).

Low testosterone (men)

Especially beginning in, or after, one?s late 40?s.

Adrenal (stress handler) gland fatigue

Suspect this if you get irritable when hungry or sugar crave.

Nutritional deficiencies:

Especially B Vitamins and magnesium.

Psychological Causes:

Suppressing feelings

When the anger/fear is buried, so you?re not aware of it, it will often come out as hyperventilation. This is often associated with panic attacks with intermittent inability to take a deep enough breath, numbness and tingling around your lips and in your fingers, and feeling like you?re going to die. Though scary, it is not dangerous."

Merri Ellen says: It's important to look into the possibility of nutritional deficiencies and work through any anger or fear you may be struggling with. Speak with a dietician, or naturapath, and counsellor for more info. Don't just settle for the medication opinion which may be prolonging your illness.

Here are some video testimonials of lives changed after nutritional therapy...

Source: Dr. Teitelbaum, http://www.endfatigue.com

Sep 17, 2009
Question about your anxiety?
by: Anonymous

Hey there, I too suffer with anxiety. Mine is social anxiety, I do not like large crowds. I avoid going grocery shopping/ going to public places when I know they will be busy. I have been seeing a naturopath because I do not want to take Med's. I do however have some on hand in case the "natural remedies" do not work for me. I take omega 3's, L'Theanine, rescue remedy (which really helps with my anxiety)and other pills that I have since stopped taking. Because I was having to take about 7 pills, which in my opinion is way too much! Anyways, I just wanted to share what I take for my anxiety. And my question to you is, what kind of anxiety do you have, and what happens during your anxiety, how long have you had it, is it going away? Are your med's working for you? Thanks for answering all my questions, I look forward to your response.

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