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... No side effects whatsoever. ... (2 replies)
... I did try therapy many years ago but didn't find it helpful. But some people do so I wouldn't count it out. I think it just depends on what causes your anxiety or depression. I wouldn't be afraid to start medication. ... (6 replies)
... it. I took Paxil for several years and I was fine. I also know some people who have taken Paxil for 10 years. I am not sure if I can post a link to drug side effects but I don't recall of Paxil having anything major wrong with it. ... (3 replies)

... was on it for 2 years went off of it as I was at max dose, tried a few others but now have returned to it again for 1 year and still on it. Increases energy and mood. ... (6 replies)
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May 3, 2007
... the disorder is also influenced by external factors but for a biological based disorder, situations can create imbalances in the brain that need to be taken care of before there can be anything done. ... (4 replies)
... s den, these so called benzo experts in support groups. Anyway, good luck to you. All views are welcome on this board and it is the responsibility of the readers to take in mind the medical disclaimer.... ... (19 replies)
... Well, I guess that all depends on a person's version of what "serious problems" are. ... (19 replies)
Feb 21, 2004
... First of all you get nutty when you realize that you skipped your pill. That is a panic reaction not addiction. ... (6 replies)
... anxiety drug from the Benzo family of drugs. It works very quick within 15 minutes. Quicker on an empty stomach. I used to have horrible anxiety every day and I would wake up every morning with a stomach ache. Xanax has almost completely eliminated both. ... (5 replies)
... panic attack, but are supposed to help regulate you on a more long term basis... ... (5 replies)
Feb 21, 2004
... but I'm worried about the long term effects. ... (6 replies)
... to what receptors in the brain it effects and what its doing with those receptors. ... (4 replies)
... ely to know it by the name Zoloft anyway, because American medication names are really common. But I don't think you should ask your doctor for any specific kind of medication to begin with. ... (6 replies)
... I believe when you say you have extremely high anxiety that you may be having painc symptoms or another name for it is fear anxiety. Is this the case? ... (1 replies)
... mg of Klonopin is a very small dose, so you shouldn't worry. I take 2 mg per day of Xanax and Xanax doses are similar to Klonopin. They are equal in standard doseage. Neither drug is addictive but they both can cause dependancy. ... (3 replies)
... Unfortunately I can't point you towards some of the info I have dug up on the web due to posting rules. ... (13 replies)
... I am currently taking Klonopin for panic attacks. I also have "social anxiety disorder," and my doc wants me to start Zoloft for both. ... (8 replies)
Anxiety problem?
Jan 20, 2013
... There are two types of drugs that are used for the most part in addressing anxiety. For long term relief the first choice is SSRI class drugs like Prozac, Celexa or Lexapro. These are also used in other related disorders like depression and OCD. ... (6 replies)
... Call me a pessimist, but I have not known anyone who has ever completely gotten over anxiety dissorder. It is usually a life long illness that should be treated as such. I am only 29 now, but I have gone through three remissions where I had no symptoms for years, but it always comes back. ... (5 replies)
... I understand how you feel about long term meds and agree with BeMindful all the way. Long term meds help you not be worried about taking long term meds, if that makes sense. Then you have your life back and with the right meds, never have to be afraid of it happening again. ... (6 replies)

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