What Happens When You Take the Supplement Tianeptine

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Psychiatrist Dr. Domenick Sportelli explains that countries in Europe that prescribe tianeptine as an antidepressant use a dose that is 60 times less potent than what is available over the counter in the United States. He shares that not only is it addictive, but taking the drug can decrease respiratory drive, increase your blood pressure, and your heart rate can become irregular. Dr. Sportelli shares this needs to be taken very seriously.

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