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Started by sucka, September 01, 2011, 09:28:37 AM
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Quote from: sucka on September 01, 2011, 10:58:47 AMPeter, have you tried Lorazepam for your attacks? I had a really bad attack one time, thought my heart was going to explode and the emergency room doctor prescribed it to me. It's supposed to be very short term and it's pretty harmless so I just take it when i really need it. I was using half a dose and then gradually went to once a week and now maybe once a month if i really need it. I don't think it's habit forming and i don't have any side effects...it's not brain chemical changing meds, just something to calm your nerves.
Quote from: Guru Tugginmypuddah on September 01, 2011, 10:46:05 AMCouple things I found have helped;The Power Of Now by Eckhart TolleSedona Method by Hale DwoskinThese are very inexpensive books available at most book stores. If you suffer from any form of mental unrest, please read them, multiple times.
Quote from: Rick on September 01, 2011, 01:41:20 PMI spent 55 days this summer in hospital on the mental health ward. Suicidal risk, severe anxiety, severe depression, and agoraphobia. I'm on a cocktail of meds - Seroquel, Cipralex, Trazadone, Effexor, Clonazepam, and Ativan. I see my psychiatrist every 3 weeks, and a social worker weekly.I've not been able to work in the past 18 months. Before that, I was a social worker who led a normal life.I've been back home for 3 weeks, but struggle daily trying to beat this. Yesterday I was a puddle of sweat most of the day - non-stop anxiety. Today seems much better, so far. Ya just never know what lies ahead...
Quote from: Peter D. on September 01, 2011, 11:19:19 AMNo, I have tried avoiding the medicinal route. Although I wonder if I should have something just as a back up.
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