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... HI lotus a typical zoloft dose range is 50 to 200, maybe your dose needs upping? discuss with doc or a pharmacist a largish dose of any valium type med will stop any panic attack, dead in its tracks :p works fastest if disolved under the tongue, see sublingually on the net, valium goes well with zoloft shallow breathing is bad for anxiety although it can be pleasant and... (2 replies)
... the fastest way to get anxiety relief from any valium type med is to disolve a tablet under the tongue, this bypasses the stomach and gives help sooner, dont swallow for a while see sublingually on the net klonapin wafers and niravam are 2 benzos specially designed for being disolved in the mouth for anxiety relief but all the others are helpful, niravam is fairly new... (5 replies)
... Hi a beta blocker med would be best for your BP as this type also calms your body and reduces the effect of anxiety and panic on the body but not mind the other types of BP meds dont, sadly not all docs know this all the others you mention are valium type mesds and are basicly all the same, despite the companies that make them claiming special benefits from theirs, the... (2 replies)

Aug 23, 2004
... Hi Fred, 2mg is only a small dose for most people and yes another tablet disolved under the tongue would have helped a lot with the panic attack remember with a panic attack, accept it, dont pretend it isnt happening and dont tense up or fight back, breathe deep and slow and wait for it to pass carry a few valium tablets with you when out, very reassuring to know you... (7 replies)
Aug 22, 2004
... to fred 2mg is only a small dose, try 5. yes more during would have helped, disolved under the tongue gets it working fastest (7 replies)
... benzos such as xanax, valium, etc are good for reducing panic attacks and tablets are often carried for unexpected panic attacks or anxiety, fastest way for help is to disolve the tablet under the tongue, or sublingually( not for slow release versions) also some taste horrible.... On the sub-lingual issue... If you swallow the med with liquid, it goes into your stomach, is... (16 replies)
... I had one the other night that was so severe, I took two .5mg tablets and dissolved them under my tongue and still had tachycardia for another hour or so before I finally passed out for 10 hours. ... (0 replies)
... I would say, for me anyways, it takes about an hour to really work. So, I'd take it about an hour before the MRI. I wouldn't dissolve it under your tongue. Just take it with some water. Whether you want to eat or not is up to you. I would probably eat something light with it... ... (3 replies)
... everyone needs a different dose of these valium type meds, strong sedation or feeling drunk is a common side effect when starting, the dose should be reduced for a while, be very cautious if driving they all work fastest if disolved under the tongue, see sublingually on the net a largish dose of klonapin or any other valium type med taken this way will stop or greatly... (7 replies)
Mar 27, 2006
... any antidepressant that works for you will be a big help with the panic attacks and may stop them completely, maybe you should try the paxil again tell us more meanwhile, disolve a valium tablet under the tongue at the start of a panic attack, breathe deep and slow, try to relax, dont tense up or fight back (1 replies)
... to jih do tell the psych, this is important your med sometimes also controls panic attacks and sometimes not ask about upping the dose it doesnt matter why the panic attacksa re happening so dont waste time with psychotherapy looking for subconscious causes Instead get some self help books or tapes on overcoming panic disorder or agoraphobia and follow their advice try... (3 replies)
... welcome :) lexapro and paxil are both prozac type antidepressants all antidepressants can be a big help eventually for panic disorder and anxiety but sadly they usually do make our anxiety and panic attacks worse at first :eek: it helps to reduce the dose by halving the tablet or getting a pillcutter and cutting a tablet into quatrters, try taking the dose just before ... (7 replies)
... GERD and panic attacks often go together, a psychiatrist called dr shipko has done research into the connection and probably has some info on the net any valium type tablet disolved under the tongue will reduce a panic attack, klonapin wafers, if available are helpful you do need to learn CBT and new anxiety coping skills panic attacks are often confused with heart... (7 replies)
... a serious problem for some panic attack sufferers is a loss of self confidence, causing them to want to stay at home and never go out any benzo, that is valium type med is very helpful, the sufferer can fortify themselves with an adequate dose before going out and take some more tablets with them in case more are unexpectedly needed, they work fastest if disolved under the... (3 replies)
Feb 5, 2006
... you are lucky to have fiund a sensible doc, stay with him and follow his advice your med is one of many valium type, these are safe and helpful so dont be too proud to use them take 1 at home to see how you react, strong sedation is possible if so reduce the dose for a while, you will soon adjust to it carry a few tablets with you when out, reassuring just to have them,... (1 replies)
... lots of info on the net about panic attacks and coping with them on the net although unpleasant, they wont ever hurt you any valium type tablet disolved under the tongue helps a lot (6 replies)
Panic in my sleep
Nov 22, 2005
... Hi jenny if you had disolved a fairly large dose of any valium type med under your tongue, and done some relaxation and deep slow breathing you would have been OK after about 5 minutes and could have stayed there its not good to return home every time you have a panic attack panic attacks often happen after the event and so called nocturnal panic attacks that wake you are... (2 replies)
... theres no need to be frightened of doctors, although some people are print out your post and take it to a GP doc for him to read, many people see docs with problems like yours so the doc wont be surprised he will check you out and probably get some tests done it does sound like panic attacks and also phobias, read up about panic disorder and agoraphobia on the net panic... (1 replies)
... Hi Tchris the BP med if its a beta blocker will help with the physical problems, ativan or any other valium type med helps a lot, carry a few tablets with you when out and disolve 1 under the tongue if panicky again look up panic attack on the net, also fight or flight response the psych will probably want you to take an antidepressant med but do try to get some ativan also... (8 replies)
... SEE YOUR DOCTOR WHO WILL PROBABLY WAnt you to take an antidepressant med which may help but can have severe early side effects the best med for stopping a panic attack is any valium type med disolved under the tongue, try to get klonapin wafers if available read up about panic attacks and coping with them on the net, they are considered fairly normal if happening when you... (1 replies)

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