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Re: Intrusive Thoughts Lamdage22

Posted by Jay2112 on January 14, 2023, at 12:20:09

In reply to Intrusive Thoughts, posted by Lamdage22 on January 14, 2023, at 5:43:41

> So there is kind of an OCDish spin to me lately. I hear this problem can be caused or at least worsened by Neuroleptis and that Olanzapine usually is the worse offender, not Seroquel. I take both.
> My sleep is good, I could reduce somewhat.
> Does anyone know of any psychotherapy techniques here? And maybe techniques to avoid?
> Any easy to take substances that could support?

Hi Lamdage,

Glad to see you back! You deserve to be supported..absolutely!

Like U_D said, SSRI's are often the go to meds for OCD'ish symptoms. The one, fluvoxamine, was designed specifically for OCD. The tricyclic, clomipramine, was the main OCD med prescribed before the SSRI's came along. It is much milder in side effects than SSRI's.

CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) is the most effective talk therapy for OCD. It uses what is called exposure and extinction. There are some good workbooks out there on it's use. Also, 'Mindfulness' apps you can find for your phone, like one called 'Calm', are very effective and quite popular.

I'd also suggest a supplement called Choline. I find the choline in Lecithin caps, 4 caps 1-2x a day, very calming. The anticholinergic property of Seroquel can deplete your body's store of choline, which can be a good anxiety fighter. OCD is an anxiety disorder.

Just throwing some thoughts out there.


Humans punish themselves endlessly
for not being what they believe they should be.
-Don Miguel Ruiz-




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