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Re: The antidepressant effects of abstinence

Posted by sjb on December 2, 2002, at 10:02:10

In reply to The antidepressant effects of abstinence, posted by FredPotter on December 1, 2002, at 22:52:39

Way to go, Fred. I do so much better when I don't drink at all. When I was on Lexapro, and I would drink, the first day or two afterwards were ok, and then I'd spiral down into despair, binge eat, oversleep and would have uncontrollable crying spells. As an athlete, that wasn't exactly what one would call productive.

I used to think that I needed a drink to get through ANY social gathering, but I do not, of course. I just read a link somewhere about all the crap in alcohol, including wine, despite the industry's claims to the contrary. It even debunked the "wine is good for you in moderation, etc."

I'm into speciality teas now and look forward to making one of those when I come home from work as opposed to wine or scotch (my downfall of choice.)

Contiued success.




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