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Sugar, anxiety?
May 21, 2006
... this will help increase GABA and serotonin levels in the brain. ... (4 replies)
... If I really feel concerned about something going on, I go to my doctor and let HIM worry about it! That's his job. Now, I found a new GP and met with him last week to talk about all this. ... (15 replies)
... Being a mom of two kids is hectic in itself. You seldom have a moment to yourself much less have time to deal with anxiety. I can relate to not wanting to take the medication. ... (3 replies)

... d in Dec 2009 when a a girl who used to be my friend at that time convinced me to take this diet pills that as she claimed were natural. She was taking it along with her husband and her mother and everyone was losing weight amazingly and had minimal to no symptoms. ... (3 replies)
... Those initial side effects do go away. The first week or so of anxiety will be increased, but Xanax or some benzo will help with that. I went through it. The sexual side effects last a few days to a week or so, but come back. I don't recall nausea or loss of appetite. ... (4 replies)
... Yes, I take Magnesium OK daily and double the dose every day for a week before my period. ... (9 replies)
... twice a day, and I take my magnesium and other vitamins along with the betas with no problem. My doc even said it wasn't a problem. ... (13 replies)
... herapy would be good for you in helping you to understand your cognitions that may lead to panic attacks and your anxiety, so that you may replace those thoughts with more positive ones. I personally find relief receiving Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with a psychologist. ... (10 replies)
... If possible id like help with what medication would suit me best without heavy side effects. ... (1 replies)
... I would look into a Benzodiazapene. Xanax, klonopin, or Valium. These drugs work specifically on the anxiety causeing portion of your brain unlike the SSRI's I am sure you have tried. ... (13 replies)
... Estrogen can raise norepinephrine, high norepinephrine might cause anxiety and panic attacks in some women. ... (10 replies)
... Hi. there. I suffer from GAD and I know what you mean about the medication part. I refuse to go on medication and just try to deal with it with a positive attitude. May I recommend a book? ... (4 replies)
Anxiety at Work
May 30, 2009
... There are a lot of ways to help your anxiety. Develop a more positive outlook. ... (2 replies)
Please help..
Aug 25, 2005
... my life changed for the better, I got pregnant, and the anxiety and high HR basically went away. ... (4 replies)
... n a hill and when I would drive down the hill it felt as though I were on a roller coaster. I decided I wasn't going to let the adrenaline disrupt my life. The anxiety has done enough of that. So I decided to just go with the feelings and not let them scare me. After about 3 weeks they went away. ... (27 replies)
... ocd. thing is my anxiety was so intense i didn't even bother trying it and just took the xanax.. ... (3 replies)
... I don't think anxiety can only be caused by mercury fillings. It can be caused, I believe, by magnesium deficiency or lack of serotonin, for example. ... (19 replies)
... I know there are many people out there with anxiety disorders that seem so overwhelming you can't even get out of bed. Trust me when I say this because I know. ... (4 replies)
Real bad anxiety
Apr 15, 2009
... I suggest you do a few things in the meantime to help your body deal with what you are going through while you wait to get into your appointment and can get some therapy and medications. ... (2 replies)
Health Anxiety?
Oct 30, 2008
... thank you for the reminder to not internet research my most recent fear. I tend to do that obsessively, going to any search site and reading numerous articles with all the same symptoms, most of them are "generic" symptoms that alot of people have and don't mean cervical cancer, but it never helps me. ... (56 replies)

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