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... I just thought I would send a bit of info that I had to you. Celexa is an SSRI, as you already know, in the Lexapro family. I take Lexapro and was looking up Celexa as an alternative, due to weight gain. Anyway, you don't get high at all on SSRIs, except MAYBE a bit on Wellbutrin, as I have read that it gives you a bit of a buzz sensation and most of us with anxiety don't... (4 replies)
... knows my history, but this scared the heck out of me and it started me feeling very concerned that I might be doing something wrong. Has anyone else ever taken Buspar and been in recovery and been successful with it? ... (4 replies)
Buspar Question
Nov 22, 2005
... medication going on, I've been taking buspar for about a month. And here it is, my ugly bottom story, I stole it from my cat. Anyway, can someone tell me if I have to taper off of it and how slowly? ... (8 replies)

... withdrawal symptoms from opiates. Of course, this must be prescribed, but it is a sound alternative to clonidine. The study compared the two and found that the Buspar worked better. The doses used were from 15 mgs a day to 30 mgs a day. ... (2 replies)
... I also bought some BuSpar which I think I will start taking together with the Clonidine. ... (16 replies)
... Hi! You may want to ask you doctor about Buspar/ (generic-Buspirone HLC). Since I am in recovery and have a very healthy fear of readdiction, my doctor prescribed this for me a few years back for anxiety. I believe in higher doses it is usually prescribed as an antidepressant, but in low doses it really helped me with anxiety. I had no problem discontinuing when it was... (4 replies)
... Anyway, I read in a British Medical Journal about Addiction, a recent article regarding the comparison of clonidine and Buspar for withdrawals. ... (3 replies)
... drinking, my Buspar wasn't working, and so many other things. ... (1 replies)
Oct 16, 2003
... If I'm remembering correctly, Buspar is nothing like Xanax in that it is not a benzo and Buspar is not addictive. They are both medications for anxiety, but Xanax is the type that you might take only when you feel the anxiety... ... (3 replies)
... Just trying to point you into the non addictive direction. Hope for the best for you........ ... (3 replies)
... he Tramadol after reading here, not from my doctor, that it CAN be addicting. But, the Skelaxin isn't. I still don't take it because it makes me tired. I am on Buspar for anxiety, as well as a small dose of Clonopin. ... (3 replies)
... for two weeks, and I tell her point blank that she had no right to accuse me of being an addict, thats not the case, I'm the patient, and that klonopin is highly addictive and when stopped abruptly can cause seizures and she is lucky that didn't happen because it would have been her fault. ... (4 replies)
... Hey there-- There has been some really, really good advice about getting off of this stuff. It is a tough drug to get off of and the rebound anxiety was awful. I took Depakote and some trazadone -- it relieved some of the symptoms. I hope that you have a great doctor. Please go slow. Please have lots of friends or family around. Please be kind to yourself. ... (11 replies)
Weaning off hydros
Jul 15, 2006
... an anti depressant because I gained too much weight. I feel a bit better mentally anyway since the divorce and selling my house is now 9 months behind me. The Buspar works wonders for mild anxiety, I just hope the panic disorder doesn't rear it's ungly head through this taper. ... (26 replies)
... depressants. BuSpar would be good like you said because it has no abuse potential. I'd try to steere away from SSRIs. But that's just my opnion. SSRIs are not addictive mentally, but are very dangerous to the body over long periods of time. ... (55 replies)
Another Xanax ?
Nov 26, 2002
... e withdrawl symptoms would do to my heart condition. I have read just about everything on durgs used for mental conditon and they are all addictive. I have tried Buspar and it did nothing. Am I at the end of the road or am I not? ... (12 replies)
... Hi Lilly. Ask your doctor about Buspar. It is a non-addictive anti-anxiety med. Its takes a while (up to 6 weeks) to get into your system but it may help. Good luck with your recovery. I know where you are coming from. Be blessed, Jeannie (5 replies)

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