I am amazed about your insight about Lexapro, how it blunts the emotions, and how it can catch up with you with depression, or suicidal thoughts. It makes total sense! I wouldn't want to give up the benefits of how Lexapro helps with my anxiety, but more and more, bedtime and morning time have been giving me very strange images of me hanging myself, or shooting myself. (and I do not have access to gun) Awareness is the key to be able to make changes! THANK YOU!!!
Hi. I am on Adderall 60 Mgs. Have built up tolerance. It only lasts an hour then I become depressed, anxious, paranoid and it's like I don't want to take it but have to. Can you please tell me how you went off it? I am terrified of withdrawal. I am also bipolar and take 6 meds for that and in progress of a change of them being adjusted. I don't want to throw myself out of whack. Can I wean off it? I'm so confused because when it works, it works well.
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