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Re: What's the difference between 20mg and 40mg? Jaynee

Posted by IsoM on February 25, 2003, at 19:06:52

In reply to What's the difference between 20mg and 40mg?, posted by Jaynee on February 25, 2003, at 17:11:03

What can I answer that I know would fit you? It may affect you completely diff. All I can say is that 20 mg still left me depressed after the first two month contentment wore off. I felt low again but just not as severely as before. When the dose went to 40 mg, the contenment came back & didn't fade out this time.

I'm not a normal anxious-type person. I do stress quite easily but once any problem that came along is resolved, I go back to normal. Problems can be small (misunderstanding someone's comment) to major (marital separation) but always when resolved, I return to normal. Big stresses take longer for me to feel good again though. It's just that small stresses leave me feeling like a yo-yo sometimes.

I've never noticed an AD that helped me with that, including Celexa. But if you have generalized anxiety, I don't know if upping the dose would help.

I've mentioned this often in the past, but if you like music lots, why not put on something energetic to get you feeling physically charged. Unless I feel like crap physically, very upbeat music always gets me moving. I can't keep still with it on. It does wonders for your mood too. We are musical creatures from the day we're born. We can't help but react to music. It's so closely tied in with our emotions.




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