I am new to the site and first of all would like to say that all of you guys have given me some great information. Thanks! I was wondering do any of you seem to get the heavy headed feeling and weakness when you have not gotten enough rest? I have a felling that sometimes throbs in my forehead and hovers over my eyes. It makes me weak as well and I don't really have an appettite. My eyes don't focus when I am in this mode. Can anyone help?
i know how u feel...
my drs got me on zoloft for 2 weeks
i actually feel ok this is day 2 :/ weird ?
i cut out coffiene as welll
but i do feel sick in the mornings abit after the pill and my body vibrates...
he thinks mines related to stress and trauma ...
i wanted him to check my spine for herniatd disks after i dislocated my arm
he says no no no its stress built up so muchi was thinking it was my brain broke or something
anyway i hope i turn out ok
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