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Rebound anxiety versus original disorder

Posted by Glydin on September 1, 2004, at 8:37:37

How does one really go about determining the difference?

I am of the opinion I have this "thing" called anxiety. I will probably deal with this "thing" all my life. Whenever I am off meds I do well for a period of time and find, generally due to a situational catalyst, I need to restart. I have found the symptoms to be no worse or less than my original findings years ago and do accompany a reason for why they re-emerge. I have no problem restarting my med and find it is as effective as I've come to expect it to be with no real change in dosing.

I just wonder how others view rebound due to not treating the problem (off meds) versus a thought that the problem is just part of our makeup.

Insight would be appreciated.




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