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Zoloft Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Tried Zoloft and Viibryd with some success. What would you recommend to treat generalized anxiety disorder? Found any particular SSRI/SNRI better?
An anxiety disorder is a condition in which a person has mental illness with anxiety as a main symptom. Although some anxiety is common with normal persons in stressful situations, anxiety disorders occur when the anxiety is prolonged or greatly exaggerated, in comparison to how a normal person would respond ...Read more
I was 150mg of Zoloft for over a decade for an anxiety disorder and it worked well for me. Last year I went down to 50mg and have been having lots of near panic attacks lately. There seems to be no trigger either. It's happening multiple times e
Physical?: This is challenging but workable both medically and psychologically. If one rules out abnormal blood tests with attention to thyroid, liver, and blood counts, then consider several options for alleviating anxiety and near panic. Charting times, environment, activity, thoughts and feelings for a week, and/or doing brief breathing or relaxation techniques 2x/day, and weekly therapy to start. ...Read more
Had bad panic/anxiety disorder with limited depression. Been on Zoloft for two 1/2 months. Anxiety minimized but depression raised. Normal?
Hmmmmm . . . . : I am not sure what you mean by "depression." this needs to be understood carefully by your physician, to know what to do. In some people ssri's like zoloft can produce a kind of numb feeling, like disconnected from themselves & others. Some might experience this as "depression, " but it may be something different. Is it preferable to your anxiety attacks? Only you and your doctor can say. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I take Ultram for fibro, Zoloft and Xanax for panic anxiety disorder, and a Ambien at night for sleep is this a safe combo?
26 yr old daughter downs has OCD , tic and anxiety disorder, Zoloft was great for 7 yrs , symptoms returned , tried Effexor no change , any suggestions?
Disease activity: In addition to the reasons mentioned by my respected colleague, it appears that mood & anxiety disorders as well as the body response to medication can change with time and that is part of the reason we see resurfacing of symptoms after a long time of stability. The disorders that your daughter suffer from , respond best to ssri;s not to snri's . Please see a specialist in anxiety. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Anxiety disorder on Zoloft 50mg & Ativan 0.5mg have suicidal thoughts but I do not feel that depressed what to do ? See my pysch doctor?
Consult your doctor : Suicidal thoughts are a known side effect of all antidepressants in young people in their late teens. Most of the time the thoughts go away quickly and do not return. However, you should notify your doctor as soon as possible so the two of you can make a decision whether it is best for you to stop the medication or not. ...Read more
I've suffered from a sever anxiety disorder for 10 years & have been put on sertraline. Will this help & how will it help? Life is very difficult.
Sometimes...: It is difficult to tell who will respond to which medication, but sertraline is a good one and often helps. Be patient...These meds can take up to 6 weeks for full effectiveness. Counselling (such as behaviora modification therapy) with a psychologist can also be helpful, adding to that of the meds. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If i'm taking sertraline for my social anxiety disorder, what will happen if I stop taking it without tapering?
Yes: If it's working, sure, keep taking it. However, there are nonmedical methods that help too, & may eventually allow you to cope without meds. Besides, therapy plus meds works better than meds alone in almost all cases, with psychiatric problems. Consider discussing with Psychiatrist or psychologist on Healthtap Concierge, where virtual consults can be done with a doc to give ongoing treatment. ...Read more
Anxiety is a general term for several disorders that cause nervousness, fear, apprehension, and worrying. These disorders affect how we feel and behave, and they can manifest real physical symptoms. Mild anxiety is vague and unsettling, while severe anxiety can be extremely debilitating, having a serious ...Read more
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