Also with attached to the zoloft i take an 80mg Geodine to help me come out of an episode right as it starts to spark up.
Sorry one more post! to give you more an in depth analysis i eat healthy and go on walks every morning until recently (due to my dizzyness) around my neighborhood. I work out 2-4 times a week, i know it may seems like im throwing a lot at you, but i just want to get better.
I was on Zoloft on & off for 10 yrs, so let's say I know a little bit about it. ;) Everytime I started on it, it made me dizzy. It does go away after your body gets used to the medication, so don't worry. Your body is going through an adjustment period. You will feel all sorts of side effects in the meantime. Give it 6 wks... if you don't feel well or you don't feel like it's working after 6 wks, then head back to the doc & try out a different medication. There are many meds out there... it's all trial & error with these meds. Hang in there!
im on day 16 of zoloft....and i had headache, higher anxiety, and now i seem to have this little tremor.
oh and i been having trouble sleeping too....i take a xanax at night to fall asleep
I was given zoloft for anxiety/depression but I couldn't get past the "difficult period" which seems to be two weeks. I was working at the time & just couldn't do it. Now I'm going on Celexa and I will expect not to feel great for awhile until my body/brain gets used to it.I am not familiar with Cedine but if its a short acting benzo it should help you get over the hump. God Bless and good luck to you