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Re: Can meds cause a sense of dread/doom/fear?

Posted by rjlockhart37 on August 16, 2017, at 17:18:31

In reply to Can meds cause a sense of dread/doom/fear?, posted by porkpiehat on August 16, 2017, at 14:51:19

mainly stimulating medications, wellbutrin, effexor ... and effexor with vyvanse is bnorephiprhine increase, you feel nervious and just altered feeling similar to it, some people do well with stimulating medications to help them, i do very well, but there have been times when i had reactions from wellbutrin, i think its more for people who are less prone to anxiety

this is not mainly about meds, but there's something called phenibut, it's a over the counter med for anxiety, but if you take more than 2grams, usally they come in 500mg capsules, the withdrawl is very intense, after a long time, you get a primal sense of fear like the highest degree.....i had go through that, it's not harmful but this increase in neurotransmitters.... there's not really much i can do to get help from doctor, i basically just go into the session and say im doing fine and smile because really there's not much else they will do, put on happy smile, then deal with serious issues later

it's all usally associated with elevated epinephrine and norepinephrine levels, need them to lowered to relax, too much is basically fight or flight mode

everything can change like that, and all these years go by so fast, but nothing lasts forever




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