Congratulations on being brave enough to face your depression head-on. taking control of your nerves/depression is hard, but a necessary step to getting better. I've never been on Buproprion XL (Wellbutrin generic) but my advice is to give your body plenty of time to adjust to the medication, and be honest with your doctor about any concerns/side effects you have.
With most meds I've been on, side effects wear off once your body acclimates, and it can take a while for you to feel a positive change. Sometimes, however, a med just won't mesh with your chemical makeup, and the side effects won't go away, will get worse etc. Stay in contact with your doc and if this is the case, he/she will probably ween you off of the med and try putting you on a different medication.
Good luck! my fingers are crossed for this medication to work, side-effect free!
1. Drink 144 or more oz. of water per day (6 water bottles or more)
2. Keep my net carbs (grams of carbs - grams of fiber) at 60 grams or less per day
3. Keep my sugar content at 25 grams or less per day (primarily from fruit/veggies)
4. Do at least 3 mins of planks every day.
5. Do at least 100 squats every day.
6. Run at least 3 times a week.