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... t I was doing a lot of drinking with friends. I was single and into the party scene, so alcohol was consumed 3 days at least out of the week. Turns out alcohol can help with anxiety and that is the reason that a lot of anxiety dissorder sufferers become alcoholics. ... (23 replies)
... I hope you feel better soon too! ... (5 replies)
... I hope you do! ... (5 replies)

... and that the Zoloft would help. ... (9 replies)
... Perhaps a low dosage would be best to start with to see how you handle it. I tried it in the past and didn't feel a huge difference. I felt about the same. ... (1 replies)
... Hi janet, I'm happy for you that the Zoloft has helped you ! ... (9 replies)
... Yes, Zoloft can cause that in some individuals. I stopped taking it because it made me sleep all day. It really interfered with schoolwork. ... (3 replies)
... t me down to 50mg of zoloft, but said he didn't plan to increase the dosage of the paxil. He said that too many times, pdocs overprescribe antidepressants, which can actually make the anxiety worse...sigh...I just don't know what to think anymore. ... (3 replies)
... Zoloft doesn't make me "sleepy" but gives me a feeling like Melatonin. Somnolence I suppose. It makes me feel "good" but tired. The feeling you get when you've accomplished a lot during the day and are finally in bed peacefully waiting to sleep. ... (3 replies)
Zoloft or Prozac
Nov 5, 2007
... THANK YOU so much for this information. I was debating on when to take it as I do tend to get tired with meds. This will work out great for me because I take Topamax at 7PM and I get so tired. So it would make sense to take them both together. ... (8 replies)
... etter controlled. I have been feeling very depressed and of course stressed out due to looking after 2 babies pretty much on my own. My doctor prescribed me with zoloft which I was on for 7 days. ... (2 replies)
... brother and a nephew suffer from the above as well, so I am asume genetics play a large roll. My PTSD came from sexual abuse as a child. I sometimes wonder how I make it through the day. ... (0 replies)
... are the way to go and I think I may need an SSRI, but Prozac gave me hell when I tried it again. Somebody recommended Zoloft to me. If anybody could tell me their thoughts on Buspar, Prozac, Zoloft I would appreciate it. ... (3 replies)
... If I were to have wrote the symptoms I have been feeling, it would be almost a splitting image of what you wrote. ... (3 replies)
... Hi there! I also agree that you will want to talk to your doctor about this. Maybe another medication would be better for you if you wish to try a new one. ... (8 replies)
... Well, just that it's more apt to make you jittery and anxious at first rather than fatigued. ... (35 replies)
... depth descriptions of each issue you can skip to the last paragraph. ... (3 replies)
Nov 21, 2003
... ly view the TMJ page of this website, but since one of my symptoms are anxiety, I decided to jump over here too. My question is for anyone out there on Klonipin. Can you tell me if taking this will make me tired for the rest of the day if I take it in the morning when my panic is the worst? ... (16 replies)
... ulously for me,but I felt okay.I decided to get off of it because after about 8 months I started gaining weight that I could not lose to save my life.Plus I felt tired all the time,had some sexual side effects,and did not feel like it was really helping all that much with my depression. ... (9 replies)
... I know how you feel. Its like having a hangover everyday and I have not drank anything. Have you tried any of the ssri's like paxil,zoloft, or an ssnri like effexor. ... (2 replies)

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