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Re: Why Would One Feel Extremely Tired Cutting Down Be

Posted by bulldog2 on July 5, 2008, at 8:15:41

In reply to Re: Why Would One Feel Extremely Tired Cutting Down Be bulldog2, posted by johnj on July 4, 2008, at 22:48:27

> You missed the point. She said she has NO increase in anxiety when she cut. So why take it??? If it is just withdrawal (the tiredness)it will pass and the only way to know it is to try. Running back to a med if it isn't helping doesn't make sense to me. If a person is doing better on less meds and isn't having more depression or anxiety that may tell a person something. I mean benzo withdrawel is rarely charcterized by fatigue. Also I did say she should go with the lowest amt that works and if that's nothing that so be it.
> I am better not than when I was 28 and that has been many, many years ago. So saying the older you get the worse anxiety is is not always accurate. BTW: I am not anti-med at all.
> I resent the fact that you say that I AM putting stress on her. I am seeing it is getting time for me to leave this site.

No you missed my point! her fatigue could be caused by many things! Generally withdrawing from a benzo doesn't make you more tired. Benzos are sedating. People generally get more anxious or more energertic not fatigued. She also never said she was going to totally withdraw.How do you know it's not her thyroid, or she's sleeping poorly, or she working long hours or she depressed (symtomatic of fatigue). etc etc..




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