I know i have posted alot of questions on celaxe, and you couldn't image on how much better you guys make me feel so I figured one more couldn't hurt, I've been taking my celaxe for 2 weeks now and it seems that everyday i can get up a little earlier and i'm a little happyer, but as the day goes on my anxiety starts kick back in, i am doing really really well on controling), from about 2-8 i feel horriable then the later it gets the better i feel,, does the gradually get better? or am i gonig to have to live like this for the rest of my life?
It will get better but you may have to get your dosage adjusted give it some time first and see how it goes. your body changes all the time so its important to keep your dosage with your body needs.
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