Can Valium stop a panic attack caused by hyperthyroidism?

No. It can reduce the symptoms, but to deal with the cause one must have the appropriate medical treatment.

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Can anxiety and panic attacks be caused by hyperthyroidism?

Panic attacks. can be influenced by thyroid imbalance. After consulting your doc and dealing w/the thyroid situation, if panic continues, please see a clinical psychologist who specializes in mood disorders. Peace and good health. Read more...

Think that I had a panic attack on a plane. Was coming off valium. Was that it?

Hard to say. I think that maybe you realize, when you had what you now think was a panic attack, nothing really bad happened, right? You made it, you did it.! if one faces his or her fears head on, they are able to get tot point of not needing any medication. Would that be a goal of yours? To not need any medication? Anyway, you did it and you should be proud of yourself. Face your fears. Set yourself free. Read more...
Panic. Coming off of medications for panic & encountering an anxiety-provoking situation, can trigger an attack. Discuss with your physician alternative medications & cognitive therapy. Read more...

I'm on 5mg Valium 3x per day for anxiety. I had a panic attack today and had 2 Valium + a xanax (alprazolam). Now I can't sleep - would having another 10mg be okay?

No. You may want to contact your doctor to know what next to do. You should not be taking valium and xanax (alprazolam) together as you risk overdosing on benzodiazepine which could be fatal. Maybe a reassessment of your condition is needed. Best of luck. Read more...

Recently prescribed Valium, took 20mg 3 days ago for panic attack. Today I took 10mg Percocet (drug user). Learned Valium long half life. Will I die?

Someday. Someday you will die. But 20 mg Valium (3 days ago) and 10 mg of percocet won't kill you. Nevertheless, you would be wise to not hurry the day, and give up your drug use, perhaps with treatment. Read more...

What to do if I have hyperthyroidism, masturbation & panic attacks?

Manage 2 of 3. All men and most women masturbate and this is normal -- I'm sorry if someone has shared a superstition here. Talk with someone sensible -- maybe even your same-sex parent. Hyperthyroidism needs to be treated or it will first ruin your life and then kill you. The panic attacks are something a competent pyschiatrist can help you with -- it's nothing to be ashamed of. Read more...

Took 5mg of Valium 6hours ago and half of a 5mg prescribed for panic attacks. Had 3 beers, but read I could die dr never told me risks terrified. Help!

Learn about ur meds. You want to be sure that you are not driving under the influence of this combination of medication and alcohol.The Valiuim is going to mostly fade out after four hours. You should speak with your doctor about how to take these medication and the importance of not drinking or taking drugs or other meds on your own. Read more...

I took NyQuil 3 hrs ago and have been having severe panic attack for about an hour now. Is it safe to take my 0.5mg Valium 3 hrs after having NyQuil?

Liquid NyQuil has . a fairly high alcohol content; NyQuil GelCaps, less, but both can cause potentially serious interactions with Valium, as the combo ^es both central nervous system & respiratory depression additively & synergistically. Pseudoephedrine in NyQuil can ^ anxiety, heart rate & BP. If you need a sedative tonight after a NyQuil dose, go to an ER for the recommended close monitoring by a physician . Read more...

Hi there, I am suffering from anxiety & panic attacks. I would like to know how I can safely use valium & escilatopram together...should I spread out?

Medication interacti. Using Valium with Escitalopram may increase dizziness, confusion, impairment in thinking, judgment, and motor coordination. Let Wise Woman within you Reflect: •Severity of anxiety and panic •Effect on your relationships, work •Use of alcohol, drugs •Stresses in Life •Reasons for use of Valium & Escitalopram •Discuss with Psychiatrist Medication interaction; medication side effects and Therapy. Read more...