Best Anxiety Medications

Nov 1, 2011 Full story: About.com 14

GAD, or Generalized Anxiety Disorder, is characterized by symptoms of chronic, exaggerated worry and tension that is unfounded or much more severe than the normal anxiety most people experience.

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kent man

Maidstone, UK

#1 Nov 8, 2011
http://hosted.comm100.com/Forum/Valium-Online...
valium is still the best I feel. Klonopin is stronger they say but valium is best to keep calm yet feel good inside.

Since: Mar 11

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#2 Nov 8, 2011
you keep posting that link to a scam aite. a couple years ago i ordered 2mg xanax from them. the pack came but they were completely fake with no effect at all. so what are you getting?. is that your rip off site?
spartak

Manchester, CT

#3 Dec 12, 2011
have you tried this homeopathic remedies for anxitey

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Ronald Lincoln

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#4 Dec 27, 2011
It's hard to generalise medications because each drug has its own unique set of benefits as well as risks. The best treatment there is would be one from a competent doctor who knows your case very well.Moreover, what is best for one patient may not work as well for another patient.
http://www.paxilbirthdefectlaw.com/paxil-info...

Since: Dec 11

havelock, nc

#5 Dec 27, 2011
Paroxetine/Paxil has helped me with anxiety a lot. I have a diagnosis of GAD, along with Depressive Disorder NOS, ADHD Inattentive, and Asperger's. I kind of question the GAD diagnosis, because I don't relate much to the things I read about it.. The anxiety issues I had prior to meds seem more like just the result of living with an ASD to me, but I suppose it fit GAD better than any of the other anxiety disorders(because it wasn't specific to one thing). I had some obsessive compulsive tendencies too though, and I wasn't afraid and worried about everything like people with GAD are. It was more general anxiety related to getting things right, being around unpredictable people, not knowing what the heck I'm supposed to be doing, etc.

But, anyway, i am much more relaxed and content since I've been on it. I haven't noticed any side effects, except it could possibly have contributed to some weight gain over the years. I have read that it can cause weight gain, but I have no way of knowing if that was part of the cause for me or not. I will say, though, that if you are on it for several years that you can build up a dependence. When I forget to tale my meds(which happens more than it should.. Probably due to the ADHD that I mentioned earlier) I feel like a zombie and have a hard time functioning.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#6 Dec 27, 2011
Coldblooded wrote:
Paroxetine/Paxil has helped me with anxiety a lot. I have a diagnosis of GAD, along with Depressive Disorder NOS, ADHD Inattentive, and Asperger's. I kind of question the GAD diagnosis, because I don't relate much to the things I read about it.. The anxiety issues I had prior to meds seem more like just the result of living with an ASD to me, but I suppose it fit GAD better than any of the other anxiety disorders(because it wasn't specific to one thing). I had some obsessive compulsive tendencies too though, and I wasn't afraid and worried about everything like people with GAD are. It was more general anxiety related to getting things right, being around unpredictable people, not knowing what the heck I'm supposed to be doing, etc.
But, anyway, i am much more relaxed and content since I've been on it. I haven't noticed any side effects, except it could possibly have contributed to some weight gain over the years. I have read that it can cause weight gain, but I have no way of knowing if that was part of the cause for me or not. I will say, though, that if you are on it for several years that you can build up a dependence. When I forget to tale my meds(which happens more than it should.. Probably due to the ADHD that I mentioned earlier) I feel like a zombie and have a hard time functioning.
You can thank vaccines for ruining your life.

Since: Dec 11

havelock, nc

#7 Dec 27, 2011
First of all, my life isn't ruined. I've had my struggles, but, aside from some of the anxiety and depression issues I've had, I like the way I think. I'm more logical and analytical than the vast majority of people, I'm intelligent, and when it comes to my interests I am very focused on details an have a great memory. I guess I should thank vaccines for all of that, huh? A lot of that(like the focus on specific interests and being an extremely analytical thinker) is directly related to having an ASD. It is speculated that Einstein would have been diagnosed with an ASD if he grew up now. I don't think that he was vaccine damaged, lol.

Secondly, I was starting to be weird before I was vaccinated. a lot of the ASD and ADHD traits that i have are present to lesser degree in various members of my family.. It's very obvious to me that it was genetic. Even some anxiety issues are present in other members of my family.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#8 Dec 27, 2011
Coldblooded wrote:
First of all, my life isn't ruined. I've had my struggles, but, aside from some of the anxiety and depression issues I've had, I like the way I think. I'm more logical and analytical than the vast majority of people, I'm intelligent, and when it comes to my interests I am very focused on details an have a great memory. I guess I should thank vaccines for all of that, huh? A lot of that(like the focus on specific interests and being an extremely analytical thinker) is directly related to having an ASD. It is speculated that Einstein would have been diagnosed with an ASD if he grew up now. I don't think that he was vaccine damaged, lol.
Secondly, I was starting to be weird before I was vaccinated. a lot of the ASD and ADHD traits that i have are present to lesser degree in various members of my family.. It's very obvious to me that it was genetic. Even some anxiety issues are present in other members of my family.
A weak argument if I ever heard one. Enjoy your vaccine injury. Send Pharma a thank you card. I read just last night how a vaccinated mother can't rid her body of vac components thereby theoretically poisoning her child. Your family might live by a coal burning plant, or work with chemicals and are toxic. Your reasoning may help you to cope and have a sense of self, but its simple and based on personal opinion, so its of value to you only.

Since: Dec 11

havelock, nc

#9 Dec 27, 2011
FBOMBER wrote:
<quoted text>A weak argument if I ever heard one. Enjoy your vaccine injury. Send Pharma a thank you card. I read just last night how a vaccinated mother can't rid her body of vac components thereby theoretically poisoning her child. Your family might live by a coal burning plant, or work with chemicals and are toxic. Your reasoning may help you to cope and have a sense of self, but its simple and based on personal opinion, so its of value to you only.
My reasoning is based on the science. I'm just using my family as an example of the evidence for autism being genetic. If anyone has any sort of "injury" it's people like you whose conspiracy theory way of thinking and mistrust of established science and professionals border on the psychotic. Maybe you were dropped on the head as a child.
FBOMBER

Winnipeg, Canada

#10 Dec 27, 2011
Coldblooded wrote:
<quoted text>
My reasoning is based on the science. I'm just using my family as an example of the evidence for autism being genetic. If anyone has any sort of "injury" it's people like you whose conspiracy theory way of thinking and mistrust of established science and professionals border on the psychotic. Maybe you were dropped on the head as a child.
Here we go. I rained on your parade. You were happy in your ignorance and I went and spoiled it. What science are you talking about? You haven't cited science, only personal opinion, big difference.

Since: Dec 11

havelock, nc

#11 Dec 27, 2011
Not really. It's just frustrating trying to argue with someone when they are making no sense, and are probably, I see now, just trolling. The overwhelming amount of scientific evidence is on my side(aside from a few charlatans like Wakefield). I didn't think it was necessary to give you links to studies(especially since I write on this from my phone) when you can easily see it when you read any number of papers by reputable scientists on the matter.
Donovan

UK

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Netherlands

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Romania

#21 Sep 29, 2013
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