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Re: Zyprexa: Anti-anxiety usage

Posted by MkeLoan on June 24, 1999, at 19:56:50

In reply to Re: Zyprexa: Anti-anxiety usage, posted by Moebius on June 23, 1999, at 19:39:27

> I've found Olanzapine (Zyprexa - Eli Lilly) to be very effective in treating anxieties, with little to no side effects, and a seemingly shorter adjustment period. Also I've found it gives very vivid dreams, some of which are quite confronting. Perhaps this could be a form of psychotherapy in itself :) Has any other people noted a similar experience whilst on Zyprexa? One other positive thing I noted was the withdrawal of the side-effects from Sertraline.
> -=- Moebius -

My doctor prescribed Zyprexa for persistent, severe anxiety. (I have tried the whole gamut of psyciatric drugs and none have relieved my anxiety except for very high doses of benzodiazepines, e.g. 8mg of Xanax and Paxil which caused severe insomnia.) It was not effective and it caused severe memory lapses. I obviously stopped taking it. MikeLoan




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