I'm aware people react to different medications and doses differently to eachother. BUT -
I've recently relapsed, and my anxiety, panic, worry, is through the roof again, I want to beat it properly and start enjoying life again.
What medication helps you combat anxiety? or make it more bearable?
What medication will target anxiety/panic specifically?
What medication will help me change my thought pattern, unwanted thoughts, negative thinking?
(I've tried Citalopram briefly, this made me panic attack double the amount, I was also on Prozac for a year, i feel this worked well for me but come off because lack of interest in anything/anyone, and constant anger).
Have you tried any holistic things like St John's Wort.
Valerian Root Powder, GABA, Transdermal Magnesium oil,
MSM, Hypnotherapy, meditation etc?
Just do some research, as many people have benefited from those.
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