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... for a bottle of Inositol "powder" which contained 220grams. ... (5 replies)
... HTP along time ago when I was searching for treatments for my Anxiety disorders. It didn't seem to do much or really anything for me to relieve my anxiety or my symptoms but I took it probably only for a week or so though so I can't be sure that it might not have worked if I continued taking it. ... (3 replies)
... I have seen a psychiatrist who mentioned I could be on Lexapro or to try Inositol. Inositol would help with my OCD about my health and obsessiveness with things that could be happening with me. ... (1 replies)

... Just wanted to let you know that I suffer from OCD and anxiety and am currently taking inositol. I have noticed a definite decrease in my anxiety and obsessions since taking it and the only side effect is GI upset when you increase the dose that you are taking. ... (5 replies)
... She said it has been proven to work and I wonder if any of you guys have heard of this or tried and how it worked. Although my dx is Bipolar NOS, I have morning anxiety and I don't want to get dependent on a benzo. ... (0 replies)
... Just wondering if anyone has taken inositol for an anxiety disorder? ... (5 replies)
... I was reading about inositol as a substitute for antidepresants, anyone have any good experiences with this? ... (0 replies)
Feb 8, 2003
... k I will talk to the doctor about going off the Ativan, though, because it doesn't seem to really be going much good. Anyway, I'm thinking about taking GABA and inositol to help with my GAD. I haven't read about any drug interactions with these two supplements and I've read alot of good things about them. ... (3 replies)
Jan 31, 2013
... If its anxiety related there are some changes you can make to your diet that might help. Reducing or eliminating caffeine intake would likely be beneficial. ... (1 replies)
... Oh my gosh your story is so sad. I'm sure you'll be fine this time .. do not give up .. you will regret as much as you probably did the last time. I know exactly what you're going through but you can do it :) (7 replies)
... ral capacity of the trip and the fact that ive never done anything like this before. Ive never been on a plane. I havent been out of my own city in 10 years. The anxiety has no reason or excuse. It doesn't explain itself. Its just there. ... (7 replies)
... H Hello Pam :wave: Anxiety usually brings on depression, that is why most people are treated for both. However, naturally they are different. Depression, most people feel suicidal, and if not that severe, then usually they are sad alot, cry, feel overwhelmed with life, etc. Anxiety brings on feelings of fear, needing to run and hide feeling for no reason at all, fast... (4 replies)
... It is also true what Rsspro was saying about inositol...that is supposed to be efeective for anxiety and there have also been double blind studies done on it.....another thing you might wanna look into is and have a read on that link.... ... (3 replies)
... Another herb to try would be Inositol. It is made for anxiety. The one herb that has worked for me is Kava Kava, unfortunately they took it off the market. It gives the same effect as Xanax. I think you can still order it on-line. (13 replies)
... (I posted this in the Vitamin and Supplements board with no answers...what do u think???) Hi all. I just recently quit smoking and suffer from mild depression. I bought St. John's Wort (Time Released) and Vitamin - B Complex. I have taken the St. John's Wart in the past and it does work some. Is it ok for me to combine it with the vitamin B? I know they both promote the... (2 replies)
... Holy Basil, L-Tryptophan, Kava Kava, Valerian, Inositol, all are good choices! (1 replies)
... complex also. Fish oils. Flax. Borage. C. Inositol some are saying. ... (4 replies)
Anxiety treatments
Dec 20, 2003
... Try 6 g/day of taurine , 3 g / day l-glycine and between 6- 12 g /day of inositol , taken together in seperate doses , may be even throw in some 5-htp and hawthorne. (37 replies)
... I have mentioned it before, but my nephew has trouble with social anxiety and niacin really helps him. The difference is like night and day. ... (10 replies)
... I was wondering what the best option is for having some anxiety at night. ... (0 replies)

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