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... I think Xanax is ok to take for a while, but there is medication which is far more effective for GAD long term, such as an SSRI. ... (6 replies)
... that I can find an SSRI or long lasting drug that can help me get rid of these physicial symptoms. ... (4 replies)
... How long will they last? ... (3 replies)

... n it is in its full effect, so maybe you are right. Maybe I do need to increase my dosage. It is a relief to hear of other people who have been on Xanax for so long and not had to increase in dosage infinitely. Here comes and OCD thought, "What if I keep having to take more and more Xanax until no dose will work for me? ... (17 replies)
... as consuming was actually helping my anxiety. Anyway, I am married and have a daughter and another child on the way, so needless to say the days of partying are long since gone and now I have anxiety and panic again. I know the OCD will be with me forever, I just wish I could tame the anxiety thing. ... (17 replies)
Dec 29, 2005
... use the Prozac for a long term SSRI to try and curb the anxiety and ocd issues. ... (19 replies)
... pere off after a couple months. It has the longest half life and I just got off it a month ago. There are a few pains...nothing major. I think the real danger is long term use. ... (43 replies)
... panic attack, but are supposed to help regulate you on a more long term basis... ... (5 replies)
... Benzodiazepines are also a "temporary bandaid to help you over the rough spots in life. It was never intended for long term use". ... (13 replies)
Meds question
Jan 24, 2013
... t of what contributes to many anxiety disorders and these drugs, by increasing the availability help reduce or eliminate symptoms. SSRI's are generally safe for long term use, and are well tolerated by most people. ... (2 replies)
... in people who are overweight, and the symptoms can mimic those of a heart attack. It would make sense to treat the GERD first to see if the anxiety subsides. The SSRI class of antidepressants do work well in treating panic and anxiety, but they require a long term commitment to get the benefits. ... (1 replies)
Feb 21, 2004
... your pill. That is a panic reaction not addiction. Once you realize that you have skipped your pill it is to late. The panic is already in motion. As far as the long term effects you said it yourself. ... (6 replies)
... Benzos are incredibly effective for anxiety but there is a caveat. They are addictive and often after long-term use, you start to experience what is called tolerance. Tolerance is where you take your same dose but the drug does not produce the same effect that it was doing at this same does. In other words, this dose is no longer working to control your anxiety. Most ppl are... (26 replies)
... Too bad some doctors are not as wise as you are and push the daily use thing which is what leads to trouble. ... (30 replies)
Xanax & Adderall
Mar 1, 2006
... Xanax will only be a short term solution. ... (2 replies)
... I asked a question concerning Depakote and possible damage. Does Depakote fall into this same boat? My anxiety surge came after discontinuing (properly) Depakote after 5 years..for migraines. It's an anti-seizure drug. Is it possible that any of this brain stuff about deregulation, and any of the above could have taken place and given me this ridiculous anxiety upon my... (30 replies)
... e brain can build up a "defense" if you will, which creates more excitatory neuros and imbalancing the receptor system.....this is tolerance. No way to know how long it takes to build tolerance. ... (30 replies)
... and is very highly addictive. The action is very quick and doesn't last all that long. Great for use in short term crisis situations. Do not go off Ativan cold turkey....not cool. ... (4 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)
... according to the doctor that created "the zone" diet, long term use of SSRI's can cause hyper insulisum. which excess insulin turns to stored fat. ... (5 replies)

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