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Dec 28, 2006
... It is possible that you may need to raise your amount of Klonopin. Klonopin works on GABA receptors in the brain to relax you central nervous system. ... (3 replies)
... yrs. WHen I started getting my attacks durring my sophmore year of college I was not at all informed of what options were out there. I went to my general family doctor and they gave me meds to take right away. ... (6 replies)
... Ok, I'm pretty sure it does take a few weeks for the brain to build up some defense to the effects of the medication, I wouldn't call that "working" but you may feel better. ... (27 replies)

... For me it goes along with the feeling of being overwhelmed to the point of being sort of knocked over by my reaction to the outside world. It's like it's all too much to process for a moment, and my head is whirling. ... (2 replies)
... cerebral haemorrhage and stroke. THAT is more tricky to deal with than anxiety alone, I can assure you. ... (4 replies)
... My boyfriend and I both don't believe in long term meds like these, but I'm just tired. my biggest issue is I can cope, but I am tired of not feeling my best everyday. It gets worse and worse. The ones my doctor suggested.. i researched and they work really well for anxiety Paxil and Lexapro. ... (4 replies)
... I tend to agree with your doctor about the GERD causing anxiety and panic. ... (1 replies)
... This is exactly the question I posed on the Xanax thread about long term use. The verdict is out on the long term use of Xanax. Many younger doctors are hesitant to prescribe it because it has addictive properties. ... (5 replies)
... years old, I suffer from Severe Social Anxiety and Agoraphobia. Social Anxiety and Agoraphobia has interfered with my life long enough. It bugs me alot and im going to see the doctor very, very soon! ... (1 replies)
Jul 17, 2008
... After reading about the problems many on this Board have with the side effects of anxiety medications...i.e. zoloft, prozac, lexapro, etc., etc. ... (3 replies)
... and obviously it depends on the kind of meds you're talking about... ... (1 replies)
... Yes, I know they have their place, they are a form of anesthesia first used in surgery. They are good when someone is in shock. They are excellent for PA's, no doubt about that. ... (30 replies)
... balance that I felt kind of strange. The first thing I though was my anxiety was kicking in. ... (164 replies)
... perscription drugs of any kind . ... (6 replies)
... but there was no improvement. then i changed to sertaline. still, no improvement. if anything these just made my anxiety worse. ... (5 replies)
... Xanax works very well for anxiety and if it was working for you then get back on it asap! ... (1 replies)
... I still use xanax these days VERY SPARINGLY. Maybe I'll take a .25 once every 4 or 5 months. The benzo's are very effective in knocking out PA's or reducing anxiety within 20 minutes. I recommend benzo's for PA's and anxiety over SSRI's any day. ... (30 replies)
... I suffer from Anxiety and Depression since 6th grade and only started getting help about a year ago. ... (4 replies)
... Yes, there are different types of attacks, and anxiety and panic attacks can be different. And panic attacks themselves can be different, some more intense than others, some lasting longer than others. ... (25 replies)
Lamictal anyone??
Sep 23, 2006
... ditto here!! ..........Not sure what to do.........I took 5 mg of Lamictal for a week and my mood was much better but felt wired a bit.........the long term effects scared me and I have not taken it for 2 days......feeling so strange effects but I am sure will go away........ ... (4 replies)

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