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I take geodon, (ziprasidone) wellbutrin, and propanolol. The doctor i see refuses to help with my insomnia. So i smoke pot to help me sleep. Will they interact?

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Dr. Ernest Bordini
Clinical Psychology
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In brief: Not wise to do so

They could all work at cross purposes.
While medications that are prescribed are designed to produce some regulation and stabilization of neurotransmitters, smoking pot pushes others. Not a great solution to insomnia at all. Cognitive behavioral therapy could help. Consider asking 4 referral to a clinical psychologist see: http://cpancf.Com/articles_files/insomniabasicguide.Asp.

In brief: Not wise to do so

They could all work at cross purposes.
While medications that are prescribed are designed to produce some regulation and stabilization of neurotransmitters, smoking pot pushes others. Not a great solution to insomnia at all. Cognitive behavioral therapy could help. Consider asking 4 referral to a clinical psychologist see: http://cpancf.Com/articles_files/insomniabasicguide.Asp.
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