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Re: zyprexa dulls my thoughts...please read rjlockhart37

Posted by phidippus on October 23, 2012, at 22:26:40

In reply to zyprexa dulls my thoughts...please read, posted by rjlockhart37 on October 23, 2012, at 21:54:56

>Its vary well on calming terror or better term fear... from the thoughts....

I'm telling you my friend, you have OCD.

>i lose that feeling of intrest of studying hours after hours on the internet about things im intrested in...

Zyprexa can make you feel that way-kinda flat. Especially with high doses.

>such as repetive tasks

OCD

>I feel like sleeping or feel dull, not active, my thoughts are not alive.

It would be to your advantage to start a mood stabilizer so you can lower the amount of Zyprexa you are taking.

>it started to do its own actions to restore dopamine levels.

Most medications do not alter levels of any given neurotransmitter more than a couple weeks after they have been stopped.

>delusion, and fear will come after not taking antipsychotic medication

A true delusion is never recognized. Fear can put strange thoughts in your head and you will recognize them as strange thoughts. Your mind will ponder these strange thoughts over and over, filling you with fear.

>i just want to keep the heighted awareness feeling about both reality and spirit issues.

This is called hypervigilance. OCD likes to do this.

Eric


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