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  2. I just saw this and I am going to hold myself to not use swearwords. Ommmmm... Note: This has graphic descriptions of the situation in Europe and you might want to stop reading if you are worried it might trigger you. But I feel like it is necessary to take this seriously. That is the only reason that they are there. So that we start taking this seriously. TRIGGER WARNING! I live in Europe and have friends who work in ERs in Spain (recruited from other specialties such as neurology) and this is not a joke, this is not overblown, this is absolutely terrifying. In Madrid they converted an ice rink into a place to store the dead bodies because the crematoriums can't handle them. People are dying and being buried without being able to say goodbye to their loved ones. Ventilators are rationed often not given to older patients with informal rules in various hospitals of age 65/70 and above disadvantaged. *ALL* these measures of social distancing are absolutely necessary. And we were late in implementing them. And this is NOT *like* THE FLU. Have you ever heard of ventilator shortages on this scale with the flu in a developed country? Yes, the economics of it are terrifying and will have a long term impact. Yes, it will hurt some people more than others. But we can implement policies to not have that happen and support the economy. The alternative is much much much worse. And no, in Italy it is not reaching a plateau. Some regions of Itay have been in lockdown since March 9th and it is still not slowing down much.
  3. Ella56

    Ella56: Drug withdrawal

    @AltostrataI am having really bad anxiety, strong emotions, burning in my stomach, back and forth anxiety or rage, been trying to control them or cope but not doing well, feel i might need to go to hospital. I have been on 1mg celexa now a month. I dont see windows i dont know what to do. Really scated again and dont know what to do. The stressed has my nervous system a wreck. Do i change to prozac ? I havent taken ativan someone said benydrl might help. I dont know if i am on the right path ?
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  5. Gridley

    Cigale reinstating help

    I'm sorry you're feeling bad. There are going to be windows and waves for some time, unfortunately. It can take a while, as I said, for things to level off. Have you tried the magnesium or omegas I mentioned earlier? They are helpful in calming the nervous system. Magnesium, nature's calcium channel blocker Omega-3 fatty acids (fish oil) Add in one at a time and at a low dose in case you do experience problems.
  6. manymoretodays

    Pens: Starting Over

    Oh Pens, and you are not alone in that.......the not having the support of your doctor, with withdrawal. Your Candida overgrowth may have been caused by the Pred forte. Or if it was present before then, aggravated by that. Are you doing the nystatin topically, for your thrush? Swishing it around. And then, it had sounded like it was clearing some too, when the doctor had you go another week with it. The antifungals can be tough on ones system too. Have you had a chance to check on the nystatin and side effects and all? Alto went over some of them. You can do this. Be really in charge of your own healing and health. So very nice......when one CAN find a doctor who is a partner in this, and so unfortunate that many can't find this kind of relationship with a doctor. Just one doctor. Maybe you are getting too many inputs, from too many doctors and more alternative practitioners now. I think it can be tough too, if you do too much at one time. For example, you've been considering many angles. I think, if I were you, I might just work on getting the thrush cleared up now. Pens, you only got an hour of sleep last night too!!!! Oh boy. Of course your anxieties are sky rocketing this morning......or were. Was it present before the cataract surgery? Signs of Candida overgrowth. And wow, I'm finding 3 topics on it here, on site. I don't know if you found them yet. Candida Albicans overgrowth/Yeast infections ^ this one was started by JungleChicken, who is also active recently on her Introduction thread Works hard on the HA issues too. ❤️ I hope you are having a restful day. And I know it's real hard right now......darn it! I'm so sorry. (((((Pens))))) Sending encouragement too! L, P, H, and G, mmt
  7. 27/3 8.00am get up have shower. Feel electric anxiety and mental anguish in my chest. Strong derealisation 9.00am take 2mg diazepam. Have oat smoothie 10.00am do some work emails. Finding it hard as emotional pain is strong and I can’t concentrate. Feels chemical in my chest 11.45am derealisation still strong and overwhelmed by my situation can’t help thinking I have been ill since November 2018 with no respite and I don’t know how I will ever get out. Try and tell myself I will heal 12.30pm still feel derealisation and spikes of chemical terror feeling at thoughts images anything really 1.00pm take 1.5mg diazepam 2.00pm have call with Baylissa. Feel more hopeful when speaking to her but then my hope fades as soon as I’ve finished. Take 16mg sertraline 3.00pm have Sandwich 4.00pm derealisation still strong 5.00pm just want it to be time for bed 6.00pm take 2mg diazepam and have dinner 7.00pm lie in bed skin burning not too bad 8.00pm try and watch tv show - find it very hard as lots of dread and chemical anxiety but manage it 9.00pm lights out 10.30pm- 3.00am sleep ok a couple of nightmares but not overly hot in bed 4.00am -7.00am in and out of cortisol rushes and teeth clenching bad. Not too much dread on waking 28/3 8.00am have shower and dread and chemical anxiety kicks in 9.00am take 2mg diazepam Have oat smoothie 10.00am derealisation not too bad but high chemical anxiety like my nerves are raw 11.00am clean the Shower glass in bathroom felt nauseated with strong dread and depression thought I would vomit but didn’t 12.00pm try and do crossword but I’m not interested 1.00pm take 1.5mg diazepam 2.00pm feel a bit more depression coming and thoughts turning to dark things death mans everything seems to be a trigger for strong reactions. take 16mg sertraline 3.00pm same as above lots of dark thoughts dark intrusive memories 5.00pm have bath 6.00pm take 2mg diazepam 7.00pm try and watch tv show and get off the scale emotional reactions so strong I have to switch it off. They come with the strange half formed memories bombarding me. My brain seems to be malfunctioning. Feel sick with the strength of emotion 8.00pm period starts 9.00pm lights out 10.30pm - 4.00am sleep ok no hot flushes and no burning skin. Wake with Teeth clenching 4.00am-8.00am in and out of strong cortisol rushes and clenching teeth but no depression on waking 29/3 8.00am some derealisation and bit of nausea. Teeth and jaw very stiff from clenching 9.00am take 2mg diazepamz have oat smoothie 10.00am try and watch but unbearable chemical anxiety feeling of dread so have to turn it off 11.00am change the bed linen 12.00pm feel major spike in depression 1.00pm take 1.5mg diazepam. Just sitting on the floor trying not to think of anything praying the feeling will lessen 1.30pm starts to lift a little 2.00pm have sandwich take 16mg sertraline 3.00pm do a little internet shopping. It’s hard as get dread at looking at shops at thought of being in them but I persevere and buy a couple of items 4.00pm have a cup of decaf tea and tell myself I am in control 5,00pm speak to withdrawal friend have nice chat 6,00pm speak fo mother in law nice chat. take 2mg diazepam 6.30pm have stir fry dinner 7.00pm nausea and hypersalivation starts And back starts to sizzle and burn strongly 8.00pm major uptick in intrusive memories and chemical horror while trying to watch tv. Back is very painful. 9.00pm stop watching tv as the levels are off the chats and a darkness has descended. Hot in bed 10.30pm-3.00am nightmares and waking extremely hot like I’m on fire have to take cover off me. Back is sizzling and I feel stomach churning dread 3.00am-4.30am lay awake in this awful state of depression and high anxiety 4.30am-7.00am in and out of toxic sleep and strong teeth clenching 30/3 8.00am get up massive headache eyes will hardly open with fatigue and feel nauseated. Period very heavy. Depression has set in 9.00am take 2mg diazepam and have Shower. The depression is still very strong. 10.00am can’t focus for work. Just sit on floor trying to breathe. Have oat smoothie 11.30am have work call - don’t know how I do it when my stomach and chest are wrenching with depression and dread. Still feel so fatigued and head still banging 12.30pm I start to cry. Intrusive memories are coming so thick and fast with a bolt of gut wrenching anxiety and depression. I don’t know how I am ever going to improve. I feel totally hopeless 1.00pm take 1.5mg diazepam can’t eat lunch no appetite so much mental anguish 2.00pm take 16mg sertraline - same as earlier 4.00pm have call with therapist and I cry on the call about how long I’ve been ill and how I’m scared for my future but feel stuck that I have held for 7 months and not stabilised. He encourages me that I will get better and I so want to believe it 5,00pm thoughts of death and anything dark is haunting me I can’t think of even my family members without getting this reaction. I cry again I just want to be me. I feel so depressed and still so fatigued 6.00pm take 2mg diazepam 6.30pm have dinner. Spikes of anxiety and dread and doom are coming through and my back is starting to hurt badly with the sizzling burning pain. 7.00pm lie on bed knees are starting to burn and I feel hot
  8. LostInSpace

    LostInSpace: Help with Lexapro withdrawal :(

    I was diagnosed with blood work, urinalysis (checking for DNA of pathogens) and Autonomic Response Testing. Issues are Lyme, co-infections, herpes, Epstein Barr Virus is a big one, and possible intestinal parasites. I treated with many powerful herbs, binders, coffee enemas, saunas, other supplements, strong drugs from a compounding pharmacy, etc. 0 progress made. I'm moving onto rife and PEMF treatment which at this point may be my last hope, since these modalities can reach areas of the body herbs and other remedies can not. I have severe stabbing, kneading, throbbing, pinching, vibrating and vice like gripping all up and down the left side of my head and face. Primarily in the jaw, teeth and gums, undulating and radiating in every direction. In some spots it is like several electric sewing machine needles bunched together drilling down that never shut off. It causes my face to contort. This has been going on for 5 years, nonstop. There is never relief. To accompany it, there is temperature dysregulation, bilateral tinnitus, cognitive challenges, severe anxiety, paranoia, confusion, racing and intrusive thoughts. I’ve considered this next problem to be an atypical psychosis, a non-hallucinatory dissociation. I am not fully connected to the same world everyone else is. I do not perceive all the aspects of life exactly how they are happening although I know they are there. It’s like I’m living life with my hands up against the glass of room I cannot get out of. I do not comprehend things fully. At work events like trainings, I see people talking but often cannot assimilate the information. I am trapped in a dark and torturous place, far away from where you live. I cannot communicate properly. I often look crazy or angry and have a difficult time with the simplest of conversations. I am easily misunderstood which is very painful. I repel people. I never feel joy, calmness or peace of mind. There is no relaxing to watch a movie. No sitting down quietly to read a book. Sitting across from someone having a meal is a very difficult task. Relationships are impossible. I experience anger and frustration but have very little feeling. I cannot be in the sun for very long, exercise much or let my body temperature rise. I cannot be on my feet for more than about 30-45 minutes due to inflammation. Lately, I spend most of my day horizontally just trying to make it to the end of the day, bewildered at the severity of my condition. I have acquired enough Nembutal to kill me twice, but I've had a spiritual awakening recently, and what I've learned about the soul's path and potential blow back from exiting early has stopped me from taking the final steps. Also because of the shock wave it would send through the family, leaving them with an awful mess to clean up. But my suffering is ineffable and not sustainable. We shall see.
  9. Cigale

    Cigale reinstating help

    Thank you @Gridley for getting back to me so quickly. Looking back through my journal, I would say that I have declined over the past two weeks. When I started in February, I had more windows during the day and didn't have trouble eating. Since March 14, I've had fewer and shorter windows and the waves are deeper, increased anxiety is also making it hard to eat.
  10. manymoretodays

    Venkat: tapering olanzepine

    Hi Venkat! And thank you hayduke for being such a champ tapering buddy and support for Venkat! Could you, Venkat, clarify a bit more via your signature? This link will take you to it again: AccountSettings/signature update I'm seeing this months medications but nothing from before. More about what we like to see here: Please put your withdrawal history in your signature Example: 2001–2002 paroxetine 2003 citalopram 2004 paroxetine 2008 paroxetine slow taper down to 2016 Aug off paroxetine 2016 citalopram May 20mg Oct slow taper down 2018 citalopram 13 Feb 4.6mg 15 Mar 4.4mg 29 Apr 4.2mg Make sure and hit the SAVE button when you are done. And then what are you taking now, and when? Keeping daily notes Look at the link. And this is really not as hard as it seems, at first to do. If for starters you just want to list the times on the left, and then your 3 medications/drugs by name, and dose on the right, that would be helpful for us to see. Then go on and try one with symptoms on the right as well, as they occur throughout the day, include sleep, and any supplements taken. And post a whole 24 hours here too. 1st march 2020 ;Tab olanzepine 6.5mg ; Tab sodium valproate 1500mg ; Tab valium 5mg (taken from your present signature) And......my final request, but a important one! Could you do a Drug Interaction Report? You just go to Drugs.com, and fill in with your drugs. And then you could link us to it, and/or copy and paste it here on your introduction page. And okay, thank you in advance. Best, L, P, H, and G, mmt
  11. Rozon1

    Rozon1: Effexor withdrawls

    Hey @mstimc it’s actually amazing how well I’m doing mentally compared to just 4 months ago. I wanted to legit just sit and die. You could tell by the posts that I’ve made. I was in 24/7 panic mode. Resting heart rate of 110-120. Using this forum as a crutch to help. I’m very glad with the progress I’ve made, no doubt. My mental state is 65% there. Compared to 1%. I say 1% because if it was any lower, I’d be brain dead basically lol. I didn’t know how I was doing it everyday. It just seems everyday seems to get better and better mentally but the physical symptoms continue to remain. Unchanged. But I understand, it’s part of the healing. I think my chest to starting to clear up so my cough isn’t as bad anymore. I am grateful to everyone here. You guys can’t physical help me or tell me what to do but the fact that you guys listen to me and respond with your honest opinion is better than nothing. My mom wasn’t even taking me serious. My kids mom wasn’t taking me serious. I can’t blame them. It sounds so bizarre and unreal. People go on and off anti depressants all the time. So of course it’s a stretch to believe me. I sound crazy. Before all of this, I was 100% functional normal person. Productive, great personality, attitude, etc. then for the past 4 months, if you exclude the last 4 months of me being on the drug and feeling doped up all the time, it’s just been a living nightmare. one thing that I’ve learned. I’m grateful that I’m not where I was but I’m still wanting to be better. But this isn’t enough healing. I need more. thank you guys
  12. Hey Mars15, I think it's up to you. Good points by brassmonkey really. Not meant to scare you. I do see that you had gone on and off Lexapro a couple of times, before the fast taper to off in December 2019. And sometimes, that can set ones nervous system up for kindling. And yes, the 0.1 dose you are considering reinstating, is nice and low, and if things went South, or you got worse, you could just quit the reinstatement. I think the first post, in the reinstatement topic, covers the risk factor pretty well........the humpty dumpty analogy, and then there is a paragraph at the end of the first post too. And so......if you are doing "well enough" now, and only you can really be the one that determines that, then if I were you, and I was "well enough".......I wouldn't reinstate. Sometimes though, it can be pretty miraculous, a small reinstatement too. I mean I've seen that, in my time here. We've got that antibiotic reaction to consider with you too. That might just take time to recover from. And I don't know, or have no way of knowing, if your increased symptoms were specific to the ABX, or delayed WD. Me, I was a mess, completely non-functional, after a too quick taper.......and only wish, I had known, or some provider had known, to try a wee reinstatement, way back when I presented to them, barely able to put words together. By the time I got here, I had a hospitalization, and then remedication with different meds/drugs, and was at least 6 months out from my ill fated coming off Lexapro. So that's part of my more recent story. I had a long history of drugs/medications and diagnonsense. And it sounds like, you are, right now, in one of those more challenging life situations..........graduation from college? And the uncertainty of the "rest of your life", as well. We haven't gotten into too much with you, as far as non-drug coping goes either. Sometimes, this huge opportunity arises, in the form of WDsyndrome, in which we do GET to learn and try new ways of coping with life. Not to undermine, the stark severity of WD syndrome at all. I mean I lived through it, and it can be intense, acutely. As I began to learn and grow into trying new non-drug coping skills though.......it did get better. And it has continued to. Symptoms and Self Care forum ^ you'll find most of the non drug coping there, and happy to direct you as well, as far as finding good stuff to deal with certain symptoms And you should, get familiar with the other forums too, when you get a chance to. So much good stuff here, helpful stuff.......got me through some tough times. Oh Mars, I hope that helps. And it does get better......always, or at least I think so. I know that I probably did not touch on all your points, and apologies. Good luck too, with final exams, and graduation! That's exciting. L, P, H, and G, mmt
  13. Welcome to SA, Mooki24. Yes, that was a very fast taper. Unfortunately, doctors invariably taper their patients far too fast, causing the withdrawal symptoms you're now experiencing. You're wise to hold off on any further taper until your withdrawal symptoms subside. This may take some time, so please be patient. We recommend tapering no more than 10% of you current dose every four weeks. Why taper by 10% of my dosage? This link is specifically about tapering fluvoxamine, including how to get the smaller nonstandard doses you'll need for your 10% taper. Tips for tapering off Luvox (fluvoxamine) So that you have a better understanding of what you're experiencing, here is some information on withdrawal and healing. The symptoms you describe are typical withdrawal symptoms. What is withdrawal syndrome. Daily Checklist of Antidepressant Withdrawal Symptoms (PDF) When we take medications, the CNS (central nervous system) responds by making changes over the months and years we take the drug(s). When the medication is discontinued, the CNS has to undo all the changes it made. Rebuilding the neurotransmitter production and reactivating the receptor and transporter cells takes time -- during that rebuilding process symptoms occur. These explain the healing process really well: Video: Healing From Antidepressants - Patterns of Recovery We don't recommend a lot of supplements on SA, as many members report being sensitive to them due to our over-reactive nervous systems, but two supplements that we do recommend are magnesium (glycinate is a good form) and omega 3 (fish oil). Many people find these to be calming to the nervous system. Magnesium, nature's calcium channel blocker Omega-3 fatty acids (fish oil) Add in one at a time and at a low dose in case you do experience problems. This is your Introduction topic, where you can ask questions and connect with other members. We're glad you found your way here.
  14. Pens

    Pens: Starting Over

    I’ve read some of the posts on Candida overgrowth caused from antidepressant WD. Mine doesn’t want to clear up. If I can’t get it cleared up by taking nystatin and watching my diet, how and when will I be able to taper again? I’m taking probiotics and vitamins C and E to build up my immune system. I’m sorry I’m on the verge of tears. If I taper too quickly I can’t sleep. I don’t feel like my Candida is clearing up and maybe won’t because I’m still withdrawing and I can’t withdraw any more right now because on my second week of nystatin. Sorry, I’m feeling panicky. Can’t sleep if I taper too fast. I don’t have the support of my doctor he wants me to quit but is willing to prescribe Benzos for lack of sleep. I’m feeling discouraged.
  15. manymoretodays

    LostInSpace: Help with Lexapro withdrawal :(

    Oh no LostinSpace, I am so sorry to hear that. Lyme disease and healing from withdrawal you may have found this on your own ^ And we do, have some other members, with chronic conditions as well. How were you diagnosed? And what other conditions, if you don't mind saying? But oh, so very sorry, as it sounds just really, really tough at this point. Yes, please hold on, for improvements. And I will keep you in my thoughts, as well. For healing. What did you do, in the way of treating aggressively? Stronger Windows sound good, but not stronger Waves. Can you give us, or would you like to give us an idea, of some of the symptoms you deal with now? (((((LostinSpace))))))) L, P, H, and G, mmt
  16. Thanks for the update, Heath. Even with a 10% taper there are going to be some withdrawal symptoms. As you said, they are temporary as your body adjusts to the new dose. It's fine to hold until your appointment. We recommend a gradual crossover from tablet to liquid to allow your system to adjust. Absorption rates are often different with liquid. 3/4 of your dose tablet, 1/4 liquid for 3 to 7 days 1/2, 1/2 for 3 to 7 days 1/4 tablet, 3/4 liquid for 3 to 7 days all liquid thereafter Do not taper further until you've made the crossover--our old rule of making only one change at a time. Then, if you're feeling stable, you can continue with a 10% taper.
  17. Pens

    Pens: Starting Over

    March 29, 2020 slept maybe 2 hrs a.m. Very tense, bad trembling, temperature fluctuations 7:00 p.m. breakfast, garlic pill 8:15 Metamucil p.m. really tired trouble functioning, took too much stuff that Probably caused a lot of Candida die off Because my stomach was really sore today or nystatin side effects as well as too little sleep 12:00 lunch trouble digesting 4:00 coconut yogurt 8 o’clock probiotic, mirtazapine 1.5 ML, yogurt, cold hands 9:20 PM apple cider vinegar 1030 bedtime, Eye gel
  18. viper73

    Viper73: Need help please on paxil

    Thanks Shep, I hope it me not The tdcs that give me the window.
  19. manymoretodays

    blanketsareawesome: Weaning off Pristiq. Beginning of PSSD?

    Hi blankets, Oh no, I would not be a fan of having you get re-medicated now, with different drugs. Are you able to do a 24 hour period of notes? Add in any non-drug coping that you might be using now too. (((((blankets)))))) L, P, H, and G, mmt
  20. manymoretodays

    Victor3 going off Lexapro

    Hi Victor3, And thank you for getting your signature done. How are you doing today? I'm going to give you some links today too, to some of the general information here, on tapering, and WD(withdrawal). The 10% taper recommendation is a harm reduction approach to going off psychiatric drugs. *Why taper by 10% of my dosage? Brain Remodelling *What is Withdrawal syndrome. Dr.Glenmullen’s withdrawal symptom list The Windows and Waves Pattern of Stabilization When we take medications, the CNS (central nervous system) responds by making changes over the months and years we take the drug(s). When the medication is discontinued, the CNS has to undo all the changes it made. The CNS likes stability. Rebuilding the neurotransmitter production and reactivating the receptor and transporter cells takes time -- during that rebuilding process symptoms occur. And sleep is really important during withdrawal. So, in partial answer to your question there about natural deficiency of neurotransmitters.........I don't believe that the answer is in neurotransmitters, or ever was, or a lack somehow of them, leading to various states. I don't think it's that simple. Take a look at this: Again, chemical imbalance is a myth. Stop the lies, please. We don't recommend a lot of supplements on SA, as many members report being sensitive to them due to our over-reactive nervous systems, but two supplements that we do recommend are magnesium and omega 3 (fish oil). Many people find these to be calming to the nervous system. Magnesium, nature's calcium channel blocker Omega-3 fatty acids (fish oil) You'll see, from the main page, or Home page, all the forums lined up. And so you can begin to get a feel for, how to use the site now. Hope today is a good one for you. L, P, H, and G, mmt
  21. LostInSpace

    LostInSpace: Help with Lexapro withdrawal :(

    Hello - I have not improved much at all. But about a year into withdrawal, I found I had Lyme disease and other chronic conditions. I started treating aggressively but did not notice any improvement there either. Just recently, over 5 years past cold turkey, I'm starting to have stronger windows and waves, but overall my condition has worsened. Now I cannot tolerate any supplements, meds, etc. I feel the end is very near. I"ve made all the preparations but will hold on awhile longer to see if things improve.
  22. manymoretodays

    Growler213: Taper trazadone

    Hi Growler213, Saliva problems: dry mouth/xerostomia or increased salivation, drooling ^ seeing more about the dry mouth there than the increased salivation. You may want to take a look though, and post there too, to see if any other members are experiencing this, and how they cope And then this: Occasional neuromuscular symptoms: Tics, twitches,fasiculations, spasms, cramps, restless legs Would you give a try at the signature: It can be really helpful to see, when responding to your questions. Thank you. L, P, H, and G, mmt
  23. manymoretodays

    LostInSpace: Help with Lexapro withdrawal :(

    Hi LostInSpace, @LostInSpace I found your post in Success Stories and moved it back here, for now. You could, if you haven't already done so, scan through some of the Success Stories, and then ask specifically in the topics, your question again. How are you doing? And welcome back. I have not seen you about the site for some time. And.......so hope that you are seeing improvements. I was off everything, after a very long history of psych drugs, in 2016 December. I think I have followed a fairly typical Windows and Waves pattern of healing. And believe that I started healing pretty much from the get go, to some extent. At this point out, I really have to say, that I am doing Well, with a capital W. I did get a Wave back last fall that lasted a couple of months. And it did have some high intensity symptoms included. Which resolved. And oh, so hope you are doing pretty good right now. Do tell. Symptoms now? Have you hit a wave? I hope not, fingers crossed on that, but do tell. Best, L, P, H, and G, mmt
  24. mstimc

    Rozon1: Effexor withdrawls

    Rozon If you're recovery arc is anything like mine, your physical symptoms will begin to diminish as your mental and emotional condition improves. I think this is true for two reasons: 1) anxiety and anxious behavior can effect our bodies in any number of ways, and ways that often change (one day its stomach problems, the next day achy muscles, etc,). Work on your mental state and your physical symptoms will begin to slowly fade. 2) The remaining aches, pains and issues will fade in importance as they're crowded out by more positive inputs. As Alto and Colonial said, it takes time and patience, but you've already proven to yourself you can heal.
  25. Cjeanr

    Cjeanr: Prozac bridge information

    March 29 6:30 am 10mmg Prozac meditated had hard time relaxing 50 mg magnesium Did a mindful movement guided meditation Still feel anxious and tense 8:43 am 60 mg np thyroid Still heightened fear and anxiety trying to ride it out 9 am ate cheese sandwich Anxious morning 10:30 am 50 mg magnesium 12 pm ate orange Anxious undercurrent this afternoon Forced myself to do a light yoga class did ok Felt depressed 3:30 50 mg magnesium Went outside on balcony and sat in sun. Snacked on some cashews Felt a little better 6 pm dinner barely could eat a half a small chicken breast. Forced myself to eat broccoli cauliflower and carrots Put together grocery shopping list for delivery including leafy greens Worked on an anxiety workbook seven week cbt course 8;30 pm 50 mg magnesium 10 pm went to bed read a bit watched a little tv 10;15 50 mg magnesium total today so far 250mg Did sleep meditation Woke up intermittently with some unease, listened to more relaxation and Meditation through the night 6 am woke up feeling low grade anxiety 50 mg magnesium Meditated Had a little anxiety during meditation let it in breathed through it 6:30 10 mg Prozac Some anxiety 7;50 sleepy 8:20 am got up showered 8:38 am 60 mg np thyroid maybe heart palp
  26. @GridleyThis last week started feeling tired and sleepy more and not wanting to do anything no get up and go. Not talking much and forgetfulness. Also the last two days sugar cravings and dry sinuses and mouth more. I have noticed all of these being side effects or wd or start up side effects of these ssris over the years. So I believe these are from body adjusting to dose change from 03/07/2020 ? I wished I felt more energy like on the week of the 18th but I know it’s only temporary with these meds. It’s gonna be a couple of months till I go back to dr so I may hold at 10 until then we’ll see. Thanks
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