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... I use Valium for social anxiety. ... (2 replies)
... Yes, Xanax is faster acting which is good if you need something for anxiety that works NOW, unfortunately it also has a shorter life than Valium and can drop quicker, leaving you more anxious. It also made me fall asleep. ... (3 replies)
... I think you are on a dangerous path to relying on huge doses, I would never go above 20, that is quite high dont just rely on the valium, learn relaxation and CBT also many judge the effect of valium by its sedation but you can gradually lose the sedation and thing you need a higher dose, when the valium is actually still working but without the sedation ask about upping... (2 replies)

... I have taken valium for over 30 years. 5mg per day and occasionally 10mg which really slows me down. ... (2 replies)
... Xanax does not reamin in your system very long so for occasional anxiety I would think its the best. However for chronic anxiety like mine the valium works better at it stays in your system for eight days. ... (5 replies)
... I'm curious about the difference in the effects of xanax and valium. I take xanax .5 mg for occasional anxiety or sleeplessness but it doesnt seem to help much if any. ... (10 replies)
... r ills and it just takes time to get out of your system. As you are well aware, benzos are for short term treatments and are not good for you long term. If the occasional valium worked for you, I would stick to that. They are both long acting and stay in your system a long time. ... (1 replies)
... I hate to say it but you need to go back to Acute big deal just a couple of days. Valium and Inderal as I know and ask your new Dr. have no conflict. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, as long time user of inderal I think you probably don't ever need to take anything more than 20 mg. I cope with 10mg and it converts me from someone who would have a COMPLETE meltdown if faced with the prospect of speaking to a group of 3+ to someone who can cope. I still feel the anxiety - but can cope because I know that no matter what happens, my heart will not start... (2 replies)
... mg's of valium and sometimes less.Doc says I can stop right now with no adverse effects except possibly a bit "nervous"..can anyone give an opinion? ... (6 replies)
... ;) Celexa (low dose) I havent tried Zoloft,,,Ive had too many bad experiences trying new im a bit scared~ :eek: always good to have a Valium in your purse/pocket..Just in case~ (11 replies)
... the zoloft dose may need upping to get it working properly the range is about 50 to 200, it can talke 6 weeks to work occasionally it never works at any dose any valium type med is helpful if taken as needed, many carry a few tablets with them when out these go well with zoloft so try to get some (11 replies)
Message to hry33
Aug 14, 2003
... Hi liz, do you really need to be on any antidepressant meds at all? stress and anxiety can be dealt with with occasional valium type meds and learning stress reduction and relaxation a new antidepressant often causes a person to have a panic attack (13 replies)
... Worked Well for Occasional Use! ... (11 replies)
... I have a big problem with panic/anxiety disorder but most of the time I do ok. But the biggest problem in recent years is laying awake unable to sleep obsessing about things that have happened or going to happen. For instance if I know I am going to meet friends or do something special the next day I absolutely cannot sleep, end up having to take part of a Valium. On the other... (1 replies)
... Your family doctor isn't very versed on medications for anxiety. I would guess you have some simple anxiety with occasional attacks and there are some excellent medicines on the market to take only when you are about to or in the middle of some anxiety. ... (5 replies)
... and hypnosis, exercise boosts my mood, I try to eat the right foods to get the proper nutrients to my brain, skip the caffeine and the alcohol, etc. I still have occasional anxiety but can usually get through it without meds. I don't take any daily meds any more. ... (9 replies)
... Having deep, many faceted discussions causes me to have bouts of dizziness. I also have periods of persistent PVC's and occasional waves of great sadness and weeping. I tried Celexa, but this made me feel neutered, and caused sexual side effects. ... (10 replies)
... older antihistamines usually sedate as a side effect and were popular as tranquillisers until valium came along, the sedation varies a lot from 1 to another person, feeling hung over all the next day is an occasional side effect (6 replies)
... I dont think you need to go to the trouble or expense of a psych as the standard med for anxiety is an antidepressant, try also to get some valium to help you to get used to the antidepressant, any GP will be happy to prescribe these meds occasional alcahol is usually OK but have the first drink at home in case you get an extreme reaction I hope the therapist is teaching you... (3 replies)

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