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Re: Zoloft kick in?

Posted by Alison on May 31, 1999, at 2:45:54

In reply to Re: Zoloft kick in?, posted by Leonora on May 30, 1999, at 18:16:15

I have found through my own experimenting that the foods I crave are often the ones that make me feel down and tired. Those high in the simple carbohydrates, like sucrose etc. tend to give me a high but then drop me down further than I was before ! I have found that for me personally, avoiding yeasts, sugars(as these feed the yeasts), dairy products(I am mildly lactose intolerent), and any processed foods with alot of additives has been beneficial. This works wonders for me, but maybe you should try a naturopath, as this was designed for me. Worked from my symptoms, eg. anxiety, panic, severe sinusitis, and various infections. I find if I am craving sugar, which I do all the time (and I do often give in to the Zoloft munchies) then eating an apple and going for a walk is helpful.
So the best way is to keep a diary of what you have eaten and how you felt in the next few hours, minutes, or later on. This way you can tailor it to your intolerences.
I hope this helps, I found it very good.(When I don't give in to the munchies !!)
P.S. Let me know how this works for you.




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