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... lly I have been told I'm an excessive worrier and in turn, have panic attacks from that. I agree that it hasn't helped at all but my doctor said it's because my dose it so low. Half of me wants to get off of it because my panic attacks are so few and far between... ... (7 replies)
... Start out slow, at a low dose, and work yourself up. The klonopin should help take care of any side effects, if you should get any. ... (5 replies)
... Mia, I understand your frustration as I experienced the same back when I had my first panic attack and was agoraphobic for 4-6 months. Even in your writing I can see the viscious anxiety circle (ie: feel like you won't be able to support yourself = more anxiety). As you can see by the number of members on this anxiety forum, this is such a common problem and you are not... (4 replies)

... stand. I went through similar feelings after my father died from cancer. But I am so in denial with my feelings it took me almost a year to process. I went on zoloft for about 6 months and it helped. Then I went off. ... (1 replies)
... roduced chamomile tea into my diet suggested by a friend to calm me down...not quite sure how much its really working out though, but it cant hurt. If I do start zoloft I will definitely start on a low dose, and hearing that a lower does wont totally numb me is definitely comforting. ... (16 replies)
... going back on one for months. The Buspar was my last hope to stay away from them, but I couldn't handle the extra anxiety for those two days I took it at such a low dose. ... (6 replies)
... Egads. I just don't know. Just tried Buspar for 2 days at a VERY low dose. The side effects were too intense and I just couldn't handle MORE anxiety from it and being dizzy, nausea. ... (4 replies)
... uffer from anxiety. Unfortunately, it is one of the many symptoms that go along with this condition. You say you are on 10 mg of Paxil. That seems to be a pretty low dose for anxiety. ... (1 replies)
... specific. I had my best results with Zoloft, but not the genaric form. The genaric didn't help me at all. I think if you would pair something like that with a low dose of Xanax just to help you take the edge off when you need it, especially until your med kicks in, you will be fine and won't become dependent. ... (2 replies)
... Here is my advice. I took Paxil for 12 years. At 5 years, it became less effective, and so my Pdoc augmented it with a low dose of Buspar. He said that they work well together, which is my experience. That way, I didn't have to increase the Paxil dosage. ... (11 replies)
Paxil Help
Nov 14, 2008
... Three years ago I tried Zoloft for 2 weeks and I had to stop because it made my anxiety go through the roof. So that experience isn't helping the Paxil cause. ... (7 replies)
... Please help I am so desperate! I am a 28 year old female, in good health other than this problem I am having. I have not driven since January. In Jan. I was driving home and a warm sensation came over me and I felt like I was going to faint. I pulled over on the side of the highway, and my husband drove the rest of the way. Ever since then, I have had the weirdest... (7 replies)
... If you take just the .05 once a day then you can go cold turkey in my opinion. It is a low dose and Ativan doesn't stay in your system very long. ... (3 replies)
... mg of Ativan everyday for three weeks now. I'm also taking 50mg of Zoloft. I'm hoping to start wean off of Ativan in the next week or so. I know I'm on a low dose, but don't want to quit cold turkey. Any suggestions? ... (3 replies)
Anti Depressants
Oct 9, 2007
... I would suggest zoloft.The Dr. started me out w/50 mg.(a very low dose).Then moved it up to 100mg. It works well for me.I was having severe panic attacks to the point someone would have to drive me home from work&on one ocassion I ended up at the ER,thinking I was having a heart attack. Good luck&let me know how it goes. ODDIE (5 replies)
... John, I think that's why some people greatly benefit from medication. Are you taking any right now? I have felt the same way, I had bad anxiety attacks (actually, more like panic attacks), and I didn't have a clue what they were. All I knew is that I felt like running, my heart was beating really fast, my thoughts were blurred and so was my vision, and I just felt like... (2 replies)
... seems like a low dose compared to alot of you here. ... (4 replies)
... to start my Zoloft today. ... (8 replies)
... They put me on Zoloft. I started with a low dose because I am sometimes sensitive to drugs. They wanted to see if that would work and it did. It worked amazing for me. ... (10 replies)
... I think those of you who said you need a therapist to give you a 'push' with the CBT are right. The books are great but I need someone to make me do it - or at least hold me accountable. It's an expensive way to be held accountable but I've hit the proverbial brick wall again lately. I've been on a very low dose of zoloft but I still find myself obsessing over the same old... (30 replies)


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