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Re: Is anyone familiar with choice therapy?

Posted by noa on May 10, 2003, at 17:44:32

In reply to Re: Is anyone familiar with choice therapy? noa, posted by Dinah on May 10, 2003, at 10:46:10

Hmm, which medication calms the amygdala. Heck if I know! Hehe. I take so darn many!

I suspect the ADs I take (Effexor and serzone) both help with the sensitivity thing. I think the fish oil is helping too. But all of this is just my guess. It is hard to separate out how the meds help -- is the calmer reactivity just part of the remitted depressive symptoms? Something separate? Dunno.

I think that SSRIs help with Social phobia because they calm the hypersensitivity, and are also disinhibiting. I do have a bit of social phobia--always have--but it (and anxiety in general) takes a back seat to depression as my most debilitating problem.

So, perhaps it is the SSRI ADs that help?




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