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Re: Effexor withdrawal - very angry, very sad

Posted by Robert Fairburn on September 28, 2003, at 4:54:49

In reply to Re: Effexor withdrawal - very angry, very sad Kevin Nichols, posted by spiciestcrashbean on September 27, 2003, at 15:01:04

Dear kevin
All I can say to you is hang in there budy. It sounds that your a non responder to drugs, and In fact they make you worse. Dont forget thatyou have lost your wife and thats bound to make things heaps worse considering that you have a natural tendency to be depressed already.

I myself am a non responder to drugs in fact they seem to make me worse, however I have just have had some very interesting blood test which is causing me to change my diet. Dont get me wrong diet will not cure you but will make things better. Just remeber there is some reason why your brain chemistry is not correct, the more you can find about this the more chances you have of doing something about it. Whatever you do make sure eat a healthy diet, can I ask you a question do you feel lethargic depressed or anxious depressed.

In regards to spiciestcrashbean
This makes me hopping mad In european and commonwealth countries (canada, Aus, NZ etc) most drugs are free from the Govt just for the reason that those who need them the most, cant often afford them. Even though im a conservative in political view I cant stand right wing govt that let there own people go without meds yet have ample money for there weapons of mass destruction. Even in the bad old days of the Soviet Union they gave their people free meds and I hate communists.




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