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Feb 18, 2012
... db ..... it is a huge accomplishment that you have been off for over a year. Pat yourself on the back and be proud of that. Please try not to worry about the long term affects. You have to look at it this way .... ... (8 replies)
... anyways i'm thinking of going on them again and i want to know if anyone here has been on these ssris long term. like over 2 years. and if it's kept the anxiety away. i'm starting to realize that maybe i might have to be on them for the rest of my life. ... (2 replies)
I week on Lexapro
Oct 13, 2006
... and most of the people on this site has been on paxil and buspar for, gosh 10 years now and she still has major amounts of down time. Please try the benzos as a long term solution. ... (17 replies)

... just been prescribed propranolol but my doctor to treat fairly long term (3 years or so) anxiety, depression and paranioa brought on by drug use. just wondering if anyone here has had experience with this med and if it was helpful for them. ive read up a bit about it online and although i wont know till ive been on it for a while, im not sure if its the right med for me. i... (3 replies)
... term med like an SSRI or something on board, and get into practicing lifestyle changes, or riding out a really stressful time in your life. ... (1 replies)
... s many people sleepy and there are newer drugs that don't. If it works for you, though, and you don't have any medical contraindications, I'd try it, but again, use the appropriate formulation. Many of the nighttime formulation pain killer drugs like Tylenol PM or Advil Nighttime, etc. ... (4 replies)
... Unfortunately, winter is very much on it's way! It's turned colder here. Should start snowing soon. On my long days of classes, I wake before dawn and leave late at night, so I don't see the sun! ... (12 replies)
... move for fear of death and panic. It's crazy what the mind can do to you over time but this is REAL and it can happen to anyone so, skip the rollz.. Hell, in the long run you'd be better off being a crack head cause at least you can recover from that. ... (9 replies)
Zanax Tolerance
Nov 26, 2006
... e 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. I was feeling much better on the regular version. ... (27 replies)
... y just made me depressed is all. As I mentioned before, I have no signs of depression. Mine was more panic attacks, and freaking out for nothing , like driving long distances, and being in huge crowds. My heart would just start pounding , felt like I was going to faint at any given moment. ... (46 replies)
MS or anxiety?
Jun 11, 2006
... I'm taking 1/2 tab (10 mg) of Paxil a day and have been for 4 years. Frankly, I'm concerned about the long term effects of SSRI use, so I use as little as possible; just enough to "take the edge off." I'm also on Ativan, the first GP I saw about my problems said I was a nervous wreck and prescribed a month's supply. I find that it definitely relaxes me and removes many of the... (18 replies)
... If you've been taking it that long and possibly need it for life why in the world would you be worried about addiction? ... (11 replies)
... Did you have constant anxiety before Xanax? Sometimes the "as needed" way can turn into dependancy, tolerance and the need to go to everyday use. That's not as likely but I've heard of it happening. Or if someone starts off with daily use right away, then sometimes the "rebound" as each dose fades can be misfigured as part of the original condition when in fact it is... (30 replies)
Feb 1, 2005
... I have to agree with this. Antipsychotics are very powerful and can cause numerous side effects like fatigue, brain fog. Not to mention long term neurological possibilities and also diabetes can be caused by Zyprexa. ... (5 replies)
... S of prozac and paxil it is a crime against their patients, IMHO. If this SSRI don't work this one will, rinse and repeat. ... (9 replies)
... It seems to be that alot of people lose weight early on in there use of SSRI's ....its in the long term use, 1 year or more that the weight starts appearing..... ... (4 replies)
... ped with anxiety right away but after a week started getting anxious again, doc wanted to increase dose. I decided just to get off. Read too many things about SSRI long term use and getting off after a long period of time. I probably never should have started it as I am paranoid about "brain meds". ... (5 replies)
... So Zoloft and other drugs effect the brain but there are questions as to any adverse changes in the brain after long term just try not to take any psych drugs too long! ... (7 replies)
Help Please
Mar 23, 2012
... I personally believe in a combined approach. Also, have you discussed with your doctor possible use of an SSRI, such as Lexipro, that can help with anxiety as well as depression? ... (4 replies)
... You are definitely not alone. I am in the same boat, had anxiety all my life but has increased ten fold in the last few months. Are you on an SSRI at all as well as Ativan? ... (11 replies)

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