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... I Have used this med for the last 6 weeks for GAD and am currently on 150mg BID. It has helped. I have reduced my lorazepam from 3-6 mg per day to less than two. I do notice that my short term memory is slightly affected and I have a constant twitch in the muscles in my right lower eye area that is mild and not causing me any concern. Does anyone else have experience... (0 replies)
... well, i would say, if you wean off of the ativan and continue to experience a high level of anxiety and panic attacks, then go back on the ativan. There is no shame in that. ... (2 replies)
... Well I just started taking LORAZEPAM and it is working wonders for me. Im no longer on zoloft. ... (60 replies)

Starting Lorazepam
Aug 11, 2005
... I'm starting biofeedback for my migraines soon . There are supposed to be good anxiety benefits from it as well. Hopefully it will help. ... (11 replies)
Starting Lorazepam
Aug 10, 2005
... Don't worry???? But you're taking all the fun out of anxiety!! :) (11 replies)
Starting Lorazepam
Aug 10, 2005
... rt by breaking them in half to see how they do with me when needed. But even with my fears of addiction, he said to not be stingy with them. That when I feel the anxiety coming on to take them and let myself get used to them. ... (11 replies)
... Hello and Welcome. I am fairly new this board but not the health boards. I suffer from GAD too. Sadly for me I do have some other health issues that can be serious but I blow them way out of proportion. So I put my GAD on top of my list as the worst condition. I tryed the excerise and diet route but it didn't do anything for me. I am currently taking Lexapro and also... (11 replies)
... they are both valium type meds and very similar if taken and prescribed sensibly they help a lot with anxiety and arent addictive, generics would be cheaper and just as good some people do have their favourite valium type meds however (1 replies)
Lorazepam ??
Mar 15, 2005
... I have been on Lorsapam (ativan ) for 6 years for my anxiety / panic attacks. I take 2 to 4 mg's nightly if I get an attack coming on. My attacks usually come on in the evening hours for some reason. I get nervous , pace the floor , heart speeds up and I feel like I am going to crawl out of my skin I get so wierd feeling. Other wise I take 1 mg. at bedtime just so I can... (5 replies)
Lorazepam ??
Mar 14, 2005
... i'm torn whether to keep taking it or not. I has helped my anxiety a lot since i have 2 more stressful months ahead i'm not sure what to do? ... (5 replies)
... be another reason like some nerve damage, pinched nerves etc, I dont feel like my head is doing this to me. How effective are anti depressants for this, I am on lorazepam at the moment but she will not let me stay on this for long and I am away on holiday next month and dont want to worry about this problem. ... (6 replies)
... weeks. I've had anxiety and panic for ages but it's been just horrible lately and I really wanted to start keeping a diary and even share it with all of you to get some feedback. ... (12 replies)
... I have found Inderal to be incredibly helpful for very specific anxiety provoking situations such as public speaking. ... (11 replies)
... day, see how that goes for a while, and if it's not working enough then to go ahead and start taking it twice a day. I noticed immediate results with calming the anxiety and panic attacks. However, this started to wane and I eventually began taking it twice a day. ... (2 replies)
... There is an interaction between Atarax and alcohol, which shouldn't be a surprise considering that's when you have your problems. Alcohol can increase the effects (both intentional and side effects) of Atarax. It can cause in depression of your central nervous system, which may cause impairment of judgment, thinking, and motor skills. It's recommended not to drink or limit... (2 replies)
... post this under "allergies", "anxiety" or "medications" but when I did a search for "Atarax" here in the forums, most instances of "Atarax" turned up here in the anxiety section and since I do suffer from anxiety and panic attacks and also take Atarax, I guess I'll just post my message here. ... (2 replies)
Lorazapam & Buspar
Apr 11, 2005
... lorazepam is a valium type med, anxiety sufferers rarely become truly addicted to these meds, despite what some say buspar is a tranquilliser of a different type that has been advertised as the non addictive alternative to valium type meds but this claim is stupid, IMO as buspar seldom helps much and is useless for panic attacks, also buspar needs to be taken every day... (7 replies)
... time to time. Sometimes I feel like something sinister is brewing inside me but all tests seem to show that I'm the perfect picture of health so who knows. Even anxiety sufferers get sick sometimes. ... (1 replies)
... Also, always talk to your doctor first, but lorazepam and most benzos have very high "safe levels". Some people are INITIALLY prescribed 4mg lorazepam for insomnia and that's not even anywhere close to enough to hurt a healthy person. ... (6 replies)
Help please
Jan 10, 2017
... ays I been having 2 attacks per day, so I went to the doctor today and they prescribe me with Paroxetine 20mg they told me to take it in the morning and take the lorazepam at night just want to know if it's safe to take the lorazepam more then once a day cause I'm still feeling anxiety and I can't wait until bedtime to take it. ... (1 replies)

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