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Re: Social phobia topic geno

Posted by kregpark@yahoo.com on December 22, 2001, at 2:29:28

In reply to Social phobia topic, posted by geno on December 18, 2001, at 17:32:27

I'm going to trial Amisulpride soon.

But I used to have "over very severe"
Many trials. Many good treatments.
For me in order of preference (usually any of these in polypharmacy) I like:

#1) Klonopin. I thinks it % response AND efficacy is untouchable in studies and in real world "what is going on out there".
#2) (tie) Provigil
Nardil

I think both P and N and excellent in low to moderate dose with Klonopin.

With polypharmacy, many combos can work well.
Targets with meds are: (Generalizing below)
a) GABA - anxiety status around people
b) Serotonin - interest in others versus self
c) Dopamine - fear, libido, sensitivity level.

I REALLY recommend (a bit different that I'd have said 6 months ago).
Generally:
1) Try Klonopin and Provigil each seperately.
2) Try these together.
3) Based on response consider SSRI, Nardil.
4) AND ALL KINDSA OTHER STUFF
But I think 1-3 will get most started on
a very effective starting regimen anti-SP
and also retaining good energy, thought,
and functioning.

kp (kregpark)
http://www.socialfear.com/

PS: For short term? Alcohol? Why not.
Long term alcohol is a loser compared
to alternatives.

> Hello, has anyone want to discuss the social phobia topic. I still havent found any good social meds yet, besides ghb or alcohol.


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