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Re: Surface improvement vs. deep improvement linkadge

Posted by jay2112 on November 29, 2019, at 20:10:32

In reply to Surface improvement vs. deep improvement, posted by linkadge on November 23, 2019, at 7:54:21

> I recently switched from Effexor to escitalopram. I have done this before (unsuccessfully) so I don't know why I tried again.
> It does seem to help anxiety and (to a lesser extent) depression. However, the effect just feels superficial. It doesn't feel deep or meaningful.
> Linkadge


You and I seem to have similar chemical reactions. Escitalopram was a med that helped me at a time. During the day I took Effexor & Cymbalta, and at night I got a HUGE chill effect from the anxiety Effexor and Cymbalta caused by taking a whoping 35-40mg dose of escitalopram. I believe that may have been attributed to the slight brush across the CBD cells escitalopram is thought to have. I see you are having some my tough times, I crank the lithium, and lamotragine, or better yet, stay at a high dose. And it sounds like you have some response to the nora-dopa-serotonin uniqueness Effexor targets. Honestly, standing your ground with lamotragine and lithium seems to be a good bet. I used to think these meds did nothing for I know they are part of my "keys". Best wishes...


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