Syncope vasovagal is found among people with Generalized anxiety disorder, especially for people who are female, 30-39 old, take medication Adderall 30 and have Anxiety disorder. We study 8 people who have Syncope vasovagal and Generalized anxiety disorder from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Generalized anxiety disorder (excessive, uncontrollable, unexplained and often irrational worry) can be treated by Xanax, Klonopin, Clonazepam, Lexapro, Ativan (latest reports from 15,122 Generalized anxiety disorder patients)
Syncope vasovagal (malfunction in the parts of the nervous system leads to consciousness with an inability to maintain postural tone) has been reported by people with multiple chemical sensitivity, sensitivity of teeth, dry mouth, chronic fatigue syndrome, night sweats (latest reports from 1,501 Syncope vasovagal patients).
On Aug, 27, 2016
8 people who have Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Syncope Vasovagal are studied.
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I started on Seroquel (Quitiapine) 25mg Three times daily and immediately noticed a decrease in heart rate, lessening of chest tightness and a decrease in the associated symptoms of Anxiety. The moment my anxiety started to lessen made me acutely aware that I have been living with Anxiety my whole life. This drug made me think that THIS is what life is supposed to be like. I have stayed on 75mg daily (25mg x3) for the last 3 months and I have a lot more confidence, able to deal with crowds and awkward family get togethers without feeling like my chest is about to implode. Don't rely on it as a permanent solution, rather as an interim solution coupled with a secondary treatment such as CBT (Cognitive Behaviour therapy), psychotherapy or another treatment to try and identify the root cause.
I am a 35 year old male. Have 3 young kids and a beautiful wife. I began struggling with anxiety 8 years ago after the sudden loss of my dad. Lexapro worked for me years ago. Made the mistake of trying to come off it (thought I was healed). Ha! Now anxiety is back with depression also.
I started on Seroquel (Quitiapine) 25mg Three times daily and immediately noticed a decrease in heart rate, lessening of chest tightness and a decrease in the associated symptoms of Anxiety. The moment my anxiety started to lessen made me acutely aware that I have been living with Anxiety my ...
I am suffering with GAD for the last 23 years. Was on xanax for few years, then on lexapro for few years and stopped it few months ago due to gynacomastia. Now I am trying Buspar 15 mg for last 1 week and clonazepam. But very anxious, chest and body tightness and sleeping difficulties..
Hello all. I am struggling with treatment-resistant depression with anxiety and have for 40+ years. I currently take Effexor XR, klonopin, ambien, lamictal, and Tylenol w/codeine 4. I blithely tried zubsolv given to me by a relative who takes it and in 10 minutes, I felt better than I have in ...
Hi, I am currently tapering off of valium using the Ashton method, but I am experiencing debilitating symptoms of Hashimoto's . Because of leaky gut issues related to the Hashimoto's, I was advised to take L Glutamine but the bottle says not to take if using psychotropic drugs. Does anyone ...
Hello! My names Miranda I'm 22 years old and to give some background I was diagnosed with a prolactinoma when I was 18 but had issues prior but they were over looked. I was just prescribed Bupropion xl and have just started to treat this depression/anxiety that I've had for many many years. This ...
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