I did not want to get out of bed. I snoozed for 45 minutes. I do not want to be out of bed. I would like to go back to bed right now.
Hours-wise I should have gotten enough sleep, but it sure doesn’t feel like it. I remember my dream, so maybe I didn’t sleep well.
- Got up at 6:45
- Did not shower; got dressed
Out of curiosity I just googled withdrawal effects for stopping Wellbutrin and I found this:
Since this medication has a stimulating effect and tends to give people a lot of energy, it is common to experience fatigue, lethargy, and sleepiness when someone quits this drug. For most people, the fatigue will subside within a few weeks. This is because this drug was inhibiting dopamine reuptake and norepinephrine – now you no longer have that going on.
“Within a few weeks” eh? Bleh. But hey, at least this means maybe it’ll get better. Eventually.
Being on this medication tends to make people have less of an appetite. When they quit taking it, their appetite returns to normal and they eat more. This is associated with a weight gain that people experience when they quit Bupropion.
eheheheheh well, I certainly have noticed that.
- Did not pack a lunch
- Brought pills and the rest of my shake to work
- Finished shake at work and took pills
- Worked on stuff
- Picked up Shane’s chicken tenders and a giant sweet tea for lunch
- Worked some more
- Ate a Snickers
- Came home and got into pajamas
- Tidied up the kitchen
- Ate two Oreos
- Frowned at a recipe and sat down at my computer instead
I am feeling less tired than I was this morning, which is hopefully a good sign (although it could just be due to all the sugar). I am really uninterested in cooking, though :/
- Poked around online a bit
- Ate dinner at the computer
- Went to bed at 10:50