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Re: Busy head syndrome

Posted by Jaime on July 16, 1999, at 19:56:34

In reply to Re: Busy head syndrome, posted by ella on July 16, 1999, at 9:42:32

> > > > I have read everyones struggles with the busy head syndrome. I am bipolar, and have Generalized Anxiety Disorder. My head is never stops. In response to the person on Ativan. I took ativan to help me sleep and it did depress me. I am now on 2400mg of neurotin and Klonopin. I take the klonopin on an as needed basis. My bain never stops. I have started yoga twice a week which is helping me relax. I play soft music when I can to keep me calm. Believe me I can sympathize with all of you. Talk to your docs. Try relaxation techniques. Yoga is a great resource. Good luck to all. Ellen
> I am curious when you say busy head, my mind never stops. I run scenes all the time. Past present and future. Sometimes I can go into a fantasy thought that I enjoy and other times I'll remember an embarassing incedent and relieve the embarassment all over again. It never stops. I've not thought of this as really bad but usually can come up with some great one liners because I have thought the situation up in my head before. Make sense?

> Although I have been diagnosed as severaly depressed, I am somebody who finds a safe haven and paces excessively with thoughs racing through my head. I can't let them go. I want to be alone when this happens. I have been on Celexa as of May 2, and I have found it to be very helpful. I still have my pacing times, although not as often. This has helped me get along better with people and feel more calm. Is there something other than depression that causes this syndrome?
I have told my doctor about this, but I have also told him that I feel much better on Celexa, which is the truth.




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