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Re: ssri INDUCED anxiety Liligoth

Posted by scatterbrained on October 14, 2003, at 19:59:08

In reply to Re: ssri INDUCED anxiety scatterbrained, posted by Liligoth on October 12, 2003, at 3:22:58

> again I can relate. Xanax will help me to relax enough to concentrate better but then Xanax always makes my memory much worse so it's a bit of a Catch22.
> If you find any answers Scatter pls post back here I would love more info as I suspect we have similar problems.
>
>I have read some of your previous posts where you wrote how well buprenophine seemed to work. Is this still the case? Does it help with cognition?
As for the catch 22 regarding benzos, I've experienced that pretty much all the benzos are the same;give or take a degree. They all tend to do what you described. Busbar strangely, seems to make my anxiety even worse possibly because the only effect I tend to get from it are the side effects which when I'm depressed get hyper intensified; "hyper vigilance" I guess is the medical term.
I've read that neurontin has an anti anxiety component and I haven't read anything about cognitive problems associated with it.From my ignorant understanding, neurontin seems to work on gabba receptors, the same receptors that the benzos work on so maybe it's like a benzo without the cognitive stuff.I was thinking about trying a small dose of neurontin instead of a benzo(I have nothing to lose) but I just don't know what anti-depressant to use with it, buprenophine?Can these two drugs go together?First things first though, I need to rule out anything physical before I try any new drug. Right now I'm not on anything, I don't want to destort the picture.I'm trying to really fine tune this s##t.Hope everything is still working out for you and even if it's not, hang in there, things are just horrific for me right now so if you or anybody else have hit rock botton at least you know you have company in the gutter.
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