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... hile on a SSRI, but the leaflets caution against it because of the fact that alcohol is a depressent, and SSRI's are normally given to depressed people or people with anxiety. Also, it can intensify the sleepiness effect that occurs with SSRI's. I have not had a problem, and I do enjoy my margaritas and beer! ... (11 replies)
... keep it to a 6 pack a week. I try my best...lol. I feel my best after a couple of drinks. I can see why some people abuse alcohol. ... (11 replies)
... Yup, you can...it's not a problem at all. ... (11 replies)

... Yeah I think they can just make you tired, I found that to start with but they seem ok after that. ... (11 replies)
... I understand. I'm lucky in that I don't particularly care for alcohol so I never drink or feel the desire to. ... (6 replies)
... You really need to seek therapy for somatoform disorders. CBT and medicine such as SSRI help with somatoform disorders. Do research about somatoform disorders and hypochondriasis. If you really want relief get help. ... (9 replies)
... The first 2 days off it I felt fine, but I noticed yesterday that I started feeling spaced out and right now I'm lightheaded. Also while I was on Celexa I could drink coffee in the morning and feel great but now it seems to create more anxiety for me once again. ... (16 replies)
... Each person metabolizes medicines and drugs differently. There are I think 4 different "types" of metabolizers. The 1st type is very sensitive to meds and can have strong effects from even the slightest bit. ... (9 replies)
... JJCHEEK, I know EXACTLY what you are going through. Our reactions to meds are almost identical down to the letter! ... (26 replies)
Paxil Question
Dec 23, 2003
... It doesn't really matter that much when you take it, but to be honest is it really that hard to take it at a regular time? ... (3 replies)
... and make sure she takes her supplements and she has been brave, creative and wonderful. She'll run from a bee in the backyard and would never share a drink with you, but she'll go rock climbing and submit a story into a writing contest. ... (4 replies)
... I too suffered from exactly what you are going through... ... (10 replies)
Lexapro
Feb 18, 2012
... db ..... it is a huge accomplishment that you have been off for over a year. Pat yourself on the back and be proud of that. Please try not to worry about the long term affects. ... (8 replies)
... Fisrt thing you should know about SSRI's such as zoloft, paxil, etc., is that every person metabolizes medicines differently. I wrote about it on the boards a while back. ... (5 replies)
Serotonin Levels
Jun 24, 2006
... Serotonin itself is a powerful vasoconstrictor and can raise blood pressure and heartrate. Of course, serotonin drugs like AD's can have paradoxial effect or placebo effect too which explains some of the success. ... (1 replies)
... Shy One, I have the exact same problem you have. I'm glad that I'm not alone. ... (14 replies)
LexApro and Xanax
Nov 27, 2010
... Gigirose, i'm sorry you're feeling the way you do. ... (2 replies)
... Hello, I just wanted to say I feel for you as well. Anxiety can really take a toll on your health in so many ways. Im so glad to hear that they did fix your heart. ... (9 replies)
... I have read many of your posts and found them to be quite helpful. I have taken Ativan for many of the same issues that you have taken Xanax. ... (6 replies)
... I guess I can start that I've experienced alot of the same symptoms while coming off zoloft, not the digestive part but basically everything else. For me it's been almost 1. ... (6 replies)


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