Posted 12 Sep 2013 • 2 answers.
http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/topics/getting-help-locate-services/index.shtml. You may find some useful info on this link.
Posted 26 Jan 2013 • 1 answer.
I hope you still see a counselor as they should be able to help with anxiety and tips on how to avoid panic attacks. It's a tough road to go down, hang in there and keep on fighting this. If you have a good doc, ask about a longer acting BDP like valium. You're too young to have to deal with these issues. Xanax tends to wear off pretty fast. I can do a little research and see what's available. It's really nice seeing you again, not under the circumstances though. best wishes, chris.
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Posted 27 Nov 2011 • 5 answers.
good luck. I think you should ask about klonopin or valium they dont work quite as fast as xanax but they last longer due to longer half lifes and you dont build a tolerance as fast.
I have been suffering panic attacks all my life. Just an idea. Also generalized anxiety is part of my day 7/24. What I wanted to l you mostly is about the Neurontin, although prescribed for pain, my psychiatrist has me on it for anxiety. My doctor has me on Lexapro, abilify, lamicatal, ativan, atenolol, and Neurontin. It has a quieting effect on my brian, and has lessened the number of panic attacks I get.
kalonipin is great it will stop the seizures from xanax withdrawal and works real good for anxiety 2mg best bet.
you are on target panic attacks are horrible!! you really have to work but it's worth it, I have had them along with other medical problems such as Chronic pain, I have used various medications, I am on Xanax the doctor last year put me on the extended release medication she said the other was short acting and she thought this was worth a try, to be honest it has been of help but I try to keep ling myself you can do this I think it takes medication and also you work hard at dealing with them and it's kind of a one thing helping the other for things to get better I hope that whatever your doctor chooses to do that you will improve, you hang in there.
Posted 8 May 2013 • 3 answers.
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Posted 28 Sep 2010 • 3 answers.
And 200mg of zoloft a day. Klonopin 1mg 3xs a day and lexapro 20mg 2xs a day. I was eventually placed on xanax 1mg and i was up to 4 a day. This really did the trick. But i eventually got to point that i felt like a zombie, and i felt sedated all the time. With these two drugs together i was able to get my life back. These meds together with talk therapy has made me a different person. At the time this did help. Over time my phychologist has changed my meds various times. The lexapro on top of being a very good depress med, it also helps with the anxiety. My anxiety for the 1st time in my life is very managable. I brought this to my doc. We finally found a mix that helped all my ptoblems. These changes were consistent with the up and down fight i had with both my disorders. I have been in out patient therapy for 13+ yrs for sevier anxiety disorder, social anxiety, and depression. And i dont feel sedated all the time.
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I already tryed Klonopin, all it did was make my Anxiety worse. I think im just going to talk to my docter about the Valium.
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