Edit to my post
Yeah. This site won’t let me just say (yeah), so I will explain. Antipsychotics lower levels of dopamine, because if they’re too high, the person is basically manic and psychotic. They would be driven to fight, fly, feed, ■■■■ and fry. Now if you do this all in one day, you will burn out, and then try to raise the levels of it immediately (commit crimes, raise adrenaline, disobey authorities, stir shit up), because you can become functional, which means your brain is ■■■■■■■ fried, lacking impulse to level serotonin and dopamine, which is when the person is a flat character (playing dead, practically dead while alive). Wellbutrin increases levels of dopamine, which can make the person less depressed, but if they are previously lacking dopamine at the level of functional psychosis (fried and flat), it will freak them out, because it isn’t from living their life, it’s from a drug, which just makes them functionally psychotic and on drugs. Basically, if you ever fry your dopamine systems (have a psychotic break), it isn’t a good idea nor indicated by psychiatric treatment to take a psychiatric drug to raise the levels of dopamine. This is why the hardcore psychiatrists (and some exceptional psychologists trained from a B.S. with pre-medical overlap in hard sciences) know to tell patients that stimulants make it worse. But the idea that isn’t instilled in psychological curriculum is that psychosis patients have to raise their levels of dopamine or else they’re suicidal. Psychology isn’t really medical, it’s actually a cult. Psychiatrists know that patients have to raise their levels of dopamine, and they instill a drive to pursue things in life. Psychiatry will save a patient’s life. The latest antipsychotics actually raise levels of dopamine, because patients already smoke and drink caffeine on older drugs. Patients have to be driven. Almost all patients drink coffee and smoke cigarettes. The latest drugs are failures.