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... Hi, I've been having a variety of worrying symptoms and was wondering if anyone could help. ... (3 replies)
Clonazepam Users
Dec 16, 2004
... treat both depression and anxiety disorders, as you probably already know. ... (18 replies)
... I recently began taking it in the morning instead of night. I feel drowsy the whole day. Drowsy is probably the wrong word. I feel "pleasantly sedated." Like the first yawn or stretch of the day. ... (32 replies)

... depressant. Unfortunately, that is how people do things now. The best solution for anxiety is the Benzo on it's own as a long term solution. ... (19 replies)
... I found Paxil to be amazing for my phobias and anxiety but the zero sex drive was a big problem. ... (8 replies)
Klonopin daily?
Apr 30, 2010
... Hi. I have severe, treatment resistant depression and severe anxiety with panic attacks. Been through 7 years of therapy..several kinds of therapy etc etc. ... (8 replies)
Please help me...
Dec 11, 2008
... I've read your post and hope that i can say a few things to help.. I'm a 24 year old male and I've had anxiety issues since being very young.. since i can remember i've been worried about what might happen, what could happen, and if i was sick and just did'nt know it.. ... (5 replies)
A Question For Men
Jan 11, 2007
... and side effects of a few anti depressants. ... (0 replies)
... Yes that sounds like anxiety. What do you think is the root of it? ... (4 replies)
... n a low dose for years and never increase...let's hope that's your case. The Ashton Manual is a bit scary but for some people who have reached that hellish point of no return, it's a godsend. Thank goodness you are not in that catagory. ... (30 replies)
... You are having the normal anxiety and panic that most folks have when starting a new antidepressant. ... (9 replies)
... an and has been taken for recreational purposes and therefore has a nasty stigma associated with it. That it is addictive, and causes seizures and death. First of all it isn't addictive, it causes dependancy. ... (3 replies)
Can anyone relate
Jan 10, 2007
... I can relate exactly. I had all of those symptoms and then some. I also had severe stomach pains. ... (5 replies)
Zanax Tolerance
Nov 26, 2006
... Not at all. That is what we are here for. I take only Xanax and 2 mg per day of the XR version. I am switching back to the regular version though because the XR is not lasting nearly as long as it is supposed to. ... (27 replies)
... depression equation, are not addictive, and can really help if you need a med like that long term. Just going off the Klonopin will let the anxiety return if it is general anxiety, not tied to a situation in your life. I hope you can get this worked out with your Dr's help. ... (6 replies)
... years... give or take a few and I'm 27 now. I've tried numerous AD's to try and conquer the anxiety and haven't been able to handle the side effects of most of them. ... (2 replies)
Remeron anyone?
Oct 13, 2006
... Xanax as a long term solution is the absolute best drug for anxiety and panic. I would suggest trying that or another form of Benzidiazepine. This class of drugs is specifically for anxiety problems and have minimal side effects. I got drowsy for the first week and then I have had none. Try it. ... (67 replies)
Does it go away
Apr 3, 2005
... which include the total detatched, uncomfortable empty despondancy of coming down and volatile moodswings a few days afterwards. ... (4 replies)
... I have been taking Xanax on bad days, because i get a lot of dizziness from my anxiety. the xanax makes things way better, but i cant take it long term, so my doctor presribed me Buspar. Does anyone know if these have the same effects. will i get similar relief with the buspar once it kicks in? ... (2 replies)
Zoloft
Aug 15, 2005
... Each persons body acts differently with ssri's, some people will experience some of the same side effects, some wont experience a side effect and another person will. I too have taken Zoloft, it was a few years back. ... (9 replies)




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