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Re: Anxiolysis does not need to be addictive

Posted by linkadge on October 2, 2020, at 16:43:05

In reply to Re: BuSpar for social anxiety?, posted by Lamdage22 on October 2, 2020, at 10:23:55

I completely disagree with the notion that anxiety relief needs to be addictive. Healthy people are neither chronically depressed nor anxious. Mentally healthy people also tend to live longer than those with chronic depression or anxiety. Chronic anxiety (in the absence of a real threat) is not healthy for an organism. Homeostasis is not congruent with chronic anxiety. A number of supplements I take (i.e. magnesium, niacin, CBD, chamomile etc.) help me to relieve anxiety. They have worked long term for me and I haven't needed to ramp up doses simply to get the same effect. Low dose effexor also helps me, and I have not had to increase the dose.

So, I would disagree with the notion that anything that relives anxiety is addictive and stops working.

Now if the med makes you high, and that high is simply masking anxiety, then yes you will grow tolerant to that because a high is also not homeostasis.





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