SAFE & NATURAL EAR SEEDS: 600 counts of natural 2mm vaccaria seeds (Wang Bu Liu Xing Zi) on tan, skin colored long-lasting self-adhesive tapes. Ear seeds apply acupressure to acu-pionts on the ear (NO needles).
Unfortunately, doctors tend to be incredibly busy, and sometimes they just don’t have the time to finely calibrate your treatment.
Yet both emerge from the doctor’s office with a prescription for the same SSRI.
Some people are “anxious depressed” whereas others can be more “low energy depressed”.
Each condition needs a slightly different pharmacological approach.
There is no such thing as the ‘best’ antidepressant – it depends on the individual and the nature of the illness.
or any mood disorder which is one the depressive or anxious spectrum?There are huge differences even between just SSRIs, let alone the huge number of alternatives you have probably never heard of.
This means that very often, you will just be given the drug your doctor has the most experience in.
Quite often we see the example of two patients visiting the same doctor – one patient anxious and one patient lethargic and depressed.
Depression and anxiety are incredibly varied conditions.
Or if we look specifically at anxiety disorders, the right drug (and dosage) for someone with panic disorder and for someone with OCD is dramatically different.
Are you anxious and depressed? Are you unmotivated with a lack of energy? Can’t sleep? In pain? All these factors should influence your doctor’s (and your own) choice as to the best option for you.
Limited time promotional price – 50% off to celebrate the release of the new & updated edition!Brand new 2015 edition, with an expanded section on “off-label” and experimental options, along with a fascinating explanation of the current research into the next generation of drugs to treat mood & anxiety-spectrum disordersAre you confused about which antidepressant is right for you? Would you like to learn all the important information on all of the antidepressants currently available? Do you suffer from — Major depression (including treatment-resistant depression and dysthymia)- Generalized anxiety disorder- Panic disorder- Phobic disorder- Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).
This comprehensive, encyclopedic guide by Benjamin Kramer (author of Brain Renovation), provides detailed information on every common antidepressant and anxiolytic (anti-anxiety medication) such as — SSRIs (Selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors – such as Zoloft, Paxil, Prozac & Lexapro)- SNRIs (Serotonin & Norepinephrine re-uptake inhibitors – such as Effexor & Cymbalta)- Atypical antidepressants (such as Remeron, Buspar & Wellbutrin)- TCAs (Tricyclic antidepressants – such as Endep & Anafranil)- Benzodiazepines (such as Xanax, Ativan & Klonopin)- “Off-label” and experimental options including stimulants (amphetamine, methylphenidate), Lyrica, tramadol memantine and ketamine- Upcoming drugs due to become available soonLearn about how the slight differences between each drug can be the difference between success and failure.
Kramer also addresses the most common questions people have when starting an antidepressant or looking for one which works, such as – – Which medications won’t make me put on weight?- Which medications will kill my libido? What adjunct options do I have for restoring libido?- How long will the medication take to start working?So before you visit your physician, get as much information as possible so you can participate in the decision-making process aimed at deciding on the best treatment.
To this end, Kramer has also included brand new “layman’s” explanations of the most common questions around exactly how each drug works, including – – How does an SSRI (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor) work?- How does a tricyclic work?- How does a MAOI (monoamine oxidase inhibitor) work?- What is the different between an agonist and an antagonist?- How can I tell which drug is the most potent?Grab a copy today before you visit your doctor.
(SSRI) antidepressants medications have become the drug of choice for many across the world who suffer from such illnesses as depression and anxiety.
Having survived the most vile and aggressive thoughts from within I offer tips and advice for people that may be suffering from the same effects of (SSRI) antidepressants.
“Devil’s Candy” is a true story of survival from a prescription drug.
Science is finding that a growing number of people cannot properly metabolize these drugs.
I welcome you to journey with me from tragedy to recovery.
This book will give you the self-help guidance you need to overcome depression, anxiety, feelings of losing control and more.
That’s when disaster strikes! Follow me, just your average joe and content college student through my presumptuous diagnosis of clinical depression, a prescription of the (SSRI) antidepressant drug, Prozac, and the behavior changes with evil thought processes that evolved into a sudden tragic/toxic event.