i have depression and anxiety on xanax prozac and mosy tecently adderall (adderrall) 1/2 30 mg tablet 3 times a day..i know my anxiety is bad and im worrroed about serottonin syndrome but my heartrate a bit ago was 130 isnt this to high even with adderall (adderrall)
Yeah, well, speed will speed you up. (You do know that Adderall (adderrall) is speed, don't you?) As for the anxiety, has anyone ever looked for a physical cause? For instance, when my adrenals were affected by the use of an inhaled steroid, I developed anxiety and panic attacks. So my doctor looked to solve the adrenal problem, not my psyche. In my case the connection was clear. In other cases it is not. But look into it. You don't want to be on pills all your life.
Ya, anxiety will do that to you. Probably the only real way to deal with this is to have a good talk with your doctor. Explain to him what is worrying you. Get all the info you can from him. I did look it up on Wikipedia (kinda technical), but the bad symptoms are way more than just a rapid heart rate. But I still would sit down and have a good talk with your doctor. Good Luck
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