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Clonazepam
Dec 21, 2004
... asis over time it has the potential to become addictive. It's a muscle relaxant similar to Xanax, meaning it works almost instantly and you can feel the calming effects of it pretty much immediately after taking it. ... (2 replies)
... I am not sure what type of OCD you have so I am just shooting from the hip here. If anxiety is what you want to get rid of then Xanax, Klonopin, or another long term Benzo is your best bet. Also, you can stay on the Celexa if it helps with the OCD. ... (8 replies)
... ut doctor insisted and they are supposed to be right. Well, no, they have no idea if anyone is deficient in any neurotransmitter or even have any standard or way of measuring that so they just drug people up. ... (13 replies)

... I took a .50 mg only at night for a few months, and then cut back to .25 but found it didn't help as much with anxiety and sleep, so now I take two of the .25 mg. each night. They do help, but I have very vivid, detailed dreams that I think are caused by the Xanax, although it may have nothing to do with it. ... (8 replies)
... maybe my anxiety comes in waves? ... (6 replies)
... bad anxiety and could not sleep for, honestly, 24 days!! ... (1 replies)
... I was thinking because I am scared to take pills maybe I should try to take it with an Ativen to help the anxiety. How long do the side effects last? ... (6 replies)
... miam745 is so right in her description of what anxiety feels like. We are right there with you WOtoLow. Congrats. on the newborn that is about to be. ... (14 replies)
... Well, since you say you do not want a med that will have withdrawal then xanax wouldn't be good for you long term. Xanax is addicting and hard to stop. ... (3 replies)
... earch as to what to expect when i come off the medication, after 2 years my doctor and i have decided that maybe it's time to try to go it alone. I've read alot of negative things about effexor, during that time, but there are some things that i personally would like to say about the drug. ... (7 replies)
... since I was 18. I'm now 29 and I'm a scared. My dose started at .5mg 3x a day. I've been on that for most of the years. There were years where I went to 1 mg. 3x a day and I'm currently on .25 mgs a day 3x a day. ... (5 replies)
... it has a sedative effect in most people. Problem is, many people become so sleepy they just can't function at all and simply fall asleep and in a smaller number of people, it doesn't even make them sleepy. ... (4 replies)
... I would be filled to the point of shaking with worry and guilt about things that I barely gave a thought to before. Twice anxiety alone pushed my systolic bp over 190 and my pulse over 110 and I ended up in the ER. The 2nd time xanax alone brought it down to normal very quickly. ... (3 replies)
... I did a lot when I was younger and am now suffering from the lows I have. About 5 years after abusing extacy I later developed high stress, anxiety and then panic attacks. I believe that using that drug caused all of this. ... (9 replies)
... effects. I started zoloft a few weeks ago and it hit my gastrointestinal area. I've been on it for 4 weeks and its gotten better. From what I've read, these side effects will diminish over time. ... (5 replies)
... What exactly do anxiety medications make you feel? ... (1 replies)
... You may have anxiety again after you discontinue your medication but perhaps not to the extent prior to undergoing therapy and medication. ... (5 replies)
... It's been a disaster since then. Anxiety through the roof. Obsessing over teeny tiny things people said to me years ago. Crying several times a day, every day, in front of my kids. ... (4 replies)
... is this like natural calm.. magnesium based nutrient. I have been seriously trying to figure out the nutritional embalance end of things and magnesium seems to flag it self along withh vitamin B's in almost all anxiety issues. ... (1 replies)
... chemical imbalance in the brain that can't be brought on by anything but a shift in your body's physiological health. Coffee may create feelings similar to those of a panic attack, such as fast heart rate, queasy feelings, or jitters. ... (3 replies)


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