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Re: Why an SNRI for anxiety? linkadge

Posted by Prefect on November 29, 2016, at 6:55:38

In reply to Re: Why an SNRI for anxiety?, posted by linkadge on November 28, 2016, at 20:15:34

hmm. Your posts keep making me more curious about Effexor, because the 100 mg of Luvox I take don't seem to be doing all that much for my anxiety. My biggest concern about Effexor is I keep reading it increases Sleep Apnea (has it for you?), and lately I've been suspecting Sleep Apnea as a source of my mental illness (currently going through sleep study).

It's taken me a long time to come to this suspicion because I'm thin, fit, and don't wake up gasping for air. But I've been told I snore a lot, I wake up a million times a night, and some mornings I wake up from deep sleep seeing grey spots and feeling like I just came out of a coma, and have brain fog which clears up a little after lunch. This is why I'm curious about SNRIs because I'm wondering if increased Norepinepherine will reduce upper airway relaxation during sleep.

As for ginger root, you basically consume it daily? In what form?




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