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Zyprexa Anxiety mode of action

Posted by meltingpot on August 7, 2018, at 8:06:33


What is Zyprexa's mode of action on anxiety. This drug has helped me no end over the years. I take it, it takes all of the physical symptoms of anxiety away, I don't have any come down with it, I don't feel groggy after I take it. In fact I feel energetic and my mood is brighter.

Touch wood it will always affect me the same way.

I've noticed people say on some sites, you should not take this drug for anxiety but in my experience it helps me with anxiety more than any other drug I've taken and I have no horrible side affects with it, other than a kind of detached feeling the day after I take it.

I'm just wondering if anyone knows what it's mode of action is. What receptors is it hitting when it alleviates the physical symptoms of anxiety? The tightness in the chest, the nausea, the tingling in the back of the neck etc.





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