New research suggests that wellbutrin might help to treat depression.
Wellbutrins ability to help reduce anxiety and decrease depression could have important implications for the treatment of other mental illnesses, like substance use disorders, according to a report published in the journal Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics.
The study included nearly 500 participants who had either recently taken a wellbutrin drug, or were on an antidepressant.
The participants were given a blood pressure medication called fluoxetine.
After one month of treatment, participants who took wellbutrone showed improvements in their blood pressure levels.
These results, however, were not statistically significant, and the researchers did not test for the influence of medication adherence.
While wellbutrine has been shown to reduce blood pressure in people with depression, the study did not look at the effects of the drug in people who did not have depression.
In a follow-up, the researchers followed up with those participants who were still taking fluoxette, and they found the same results.
The researchers say that their findings point to a role for the drug.
However, the effects did not seem to have any effect on participants who did take wellbutress.
That suggests that people who take wellandrin might be more likely to benefit from the drug, which may help to explain why it is a popular treatment option for depression.
It is unclear how wellwellbutrines effects would translate into the clinical world.
The research team did not conduct a placebo-controlled study to verify its efficacy.
But the researchers say their findings should be taken with a grain of salt, and it could take a while before they are able to offer an accurate prediction of the effectiveness of the treatment.
This article has been updated to include information on the effectiveness and safety of Wellbutrine.