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... Valerian root is supposed to help with muscle tension. I think it has decent results, but everyone is different. ... (6 replies)
... at bedtime to help me relax and avoid tension headaches and teeth grinding. I used to take Flexeril...some people like this one, but I found it tough to wake up in the morning with it. ... (6 replies)
... er people. I even start shaking sometimes, and this makes me very uncomfortable. I am on a low dose of Xanax right now, but I'm wondering if there's some kind of medication out there like a muscle relaxer or something that might be better. Any ideas? ... (6 replies)

... soma was the name of the happiness pill that everyone took in the book brave new world its been around for a few years (6 replies)
... ibuprophen, I probaly spelled it wrong, works well for me. ... (6 replies)
... I have a great deal of muscle tension and tightness in my neck and shoulders as a result of my anxiety. ... (1 replies)
... LOL...that is so funny! If only it really was a happy pill... (6 replies)
... xanax and all other valium type meds relax the muscles, a longer lasting benzo would be better than xanax a beta blocker med such as inderal also relaxes the muscles both types go well together and can be taken only as needed (6 replies)
... Anxiety will cause all manner of symptoms, particularly muscle tension and other aches and pains. ... (1 replies)
... and I think it is possible to beat with out medication or therapy. I have dealt with all the symptoms, Heart Burn, numbness, derealization, muscle tension, shivers, sweating, tightness around my head, blurry vision, you name it, I have had an episode. ... (2 replies)
... Good for you! I love to hear that anxiety can be fought and we can win! ... (2 replies)
... asthma should always be considered for breathing problems, even with cronic anxiety sufferers acid reflux or GERD is quite common for anxiety sufferers, learning relaxation and new ways of calming yourself helps a lot, many carry xanax or similar with them and get enough reassurance from just knowing they are there more exercise, especially long walks are very relaxing for... (13 replies)
Lexapro Experience
Sep 15, 2008
... I've had GAD for about 5 years now. I first succesfully managed it with Klonopin and Paxil, which I took for about 2 years. I then weaned off both after feeling like I had my life back again. ... (4 replies)
... ack disorder no matter how irritating and discombobulating it is and all the above. there are to many complexity's beyond what modern science can produce answers for at this point and time. unless your are a huge CEO and go stay at john hopkins for a week or Cleveland clinic or even mayo. ... (4 replies)
Me and my GAD
Jan 14, 2005
... After being off of Paxil for a little over a year, I suffered a relapse that came on while going through a divorce and my father being diagnosed with lung cancer. ... (4 replies)
... I have been dealing with anxiety for about 4 years now. I have had alot of physical symptoms and have had alot of testing done with most results coming back normal. I do have some vitamin def. ... (5 replies)
Me and my GAD
Jan 13, 2005
... After being off of Paxil for a little over a year, I suffered a relapse that came on while going through a divorce and my father being diagnosed with lung cancer. ... (4 replies)
... I can "snap out of it" by taking a wet washcloth to my face, and then I can talk to myself logically and start to calm myself down. Sometimes I bundle up and go for a walk. ... (4 replies)
Extremely Worried
Jul 12, 2004
... Panic attacks since everything in your tests seem to be ok and you are being put on a beta blocker. As far as chest pressure or cramps, I have had a chest spasm for 9 weeks on one occasion 24 hours a day. I think you just have panic symptoms and you can not die from this. Panic attacks are mental brain tricks. ... (1 replies)
... clot as that is a side effect of the patch....after the ultrasound, they send me home and told me they thought I just "pulled something". Then I see commercial for PAD and was worried that it could be the problem. Went to my doctor and he confirmed I do not have PAD and told me to do some stretches, etc. ... (1 replies)


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