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Best Nootropics for Social Anxiety
 
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In this video, you'll learn about the best nootropics for controlling or eliminating social anxiety. If you've had little or no success with conventional Cognitive Behavior Therapy or prescription anti-anxiety or antidepressant drugs, this video may change your life. 02:32 What Causes Social Anxiety 03:09 Anxiety is a Neurotransmitter Problem Social anxiety is not caused by a deficiency in one neurotransmitter or another. The networks governed by these neurotransmitters are interrelated, have multiple feedback loops, and sport complex receptor structures. This is why you may have not had any success using prescription SSRI's or MAOI's. And why nootropics – especially adaptogens – could be your answer. 12:20 Recommended Nootropics for Social Anxiety 13:58 Natural Alternatives to Beta Blockers 15:22 Alternatives to SSRI’s, MAOI’s and other anti-anxiety drugs In this section I cover Aniracetam, Ashwagandha, Bacopa Monnieri, Folate, Ginkgo Biloba, Ginseng, Gotu Kola, Kava, Lemon Balm, Lion’s Mane Mushroom, L-Theanine, Phenibut, Phenylalanine, Picamilon, Rhodiola Rosea, St. John’s wort, Tryptophan, Vitamin B6, and Vitamin B12. 22:36 Social Anxiety Eliminated Natural nootropic supplements are a strong alternative to many anti-anxiety medications currently prescribed by doctors. And promoted by the Big Pharmaceutical companies. You can eliminate social anxiety once-and-for-all with nootropics. If you do your research. And are willing to experiment until you find the one or two that is right for you. For a full transcript of this video including links through to a full review of each supplement talked about in this video, go to http://nootropicsexpert.com/best-nootropics-for-social-anxiety/.
Views: 25465 NootropicsExpert
Ask Dr. Mache on #FacebookLIVE #HotFlashes Alternatives #Brisdelle, #Effexor, Celexa
 
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http://www.AskDrMache.com for questions answered each week at 9pm eastern on @MyMenopauseMagazine. Take the MenopauseQuiz at http://www.MenopauseQuiz.com to find out how much your Menopause symptoms are impacting your life
Views: 90 Mache Seibel, MD
1 Year After Coming Off of Effexor | Pros, Cons, and Tips
 
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My status after one year of being completely medication free. Thank you for watching! Please keep comments positive. Apologies for the quality. I hope you don't lose hope watching this, I am so happy with my decision despite some of the struggle along the way. Have a beautiful day! **DISCLAIMER** - when mentioning I often feel that I need to go to the hospital, please note this is purely mental, NOT physical TLDR: Cons 1. Paranoia (daily struggle, learning to cope) 2. Anxiety Pros 1. No suicidal thoughts 2. Clear-minded 3. Increase in productivity 4. Increase in emotional awareness (medication made me numb) 5. Increase in energy 6. Overall empowerment 7. No longer relying on a daily dose to feel ok (including the risky side effects that come with missing a dose) 8. Normal appetite (effexor tended to zap appetite altogether or sometimes increase) Tips 1. Stay active (find something you love that gets those endorphins flowing) 2. Drink water 3. Try to eat well 4. Go outside 5. Get out of your comfort zone 6. Accomplish something daily (even if its small) 7. Talk to someone 8. Practice mindfulness/meditation/prayer/breathing (this looks different for everyone) Instagram: @clara.boehm National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Call 1-800-273-8255 Available 24 hours everyday
Views: 713 Clara Boehm
6 Months After Coming Off Effexor: Natural Anxiety Coping Mechanisms
 
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It's been six months since I've been off all medication and I thought I'd share with you what has helped me deal with my anxiety thus far! Shoutout to Nikki Blacketter's find your happy challenge which helped me with so much of this! A lot of these idea stem from that challenge, so I cannot take full credit https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChUEb7Fczc6jyXo-R0qnn8Q Mechanisms in the Video: 1. Take it slow -Make sure you're giving your body PLENTY of time to ween off the medication slowly, otherwise you'll want to bounce back and everything can be made worse. I took an entire year and I wouldn't have gone any faster. DO NOT GO COLD TURKEY. 2. Take Care of Your Body a. Work out, get your blood flowing, ENDORHPINS! Even if it means going for a walk everyday. b. You are what you eat, so be mindful of what you consume regularly. You would be amazed at what kind of effects food can have on your mood. Look up foods that boost your serotonin levels (eggs, berries, salmon, nuts, etc.) c. Natural supplements-- Here's what I take: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01COTKXEM/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s01?ie=UTF8&psc=1 3. Take Care of Your Mind a. Meditation/Quiet time/Prayer Need help starting? Try Headspace: https://www.headspace.com/ b. Self Help Books: -"Dare: The New Way to End Anxiety and Stop Panic Attacks" by Barry McDonagh -"You Are a Badass" by Jen Sincero c. Yoga - https://www.youtube.com/user/yogawithadriene d. Counseling/Therapy alternative: Talk to a friend or family member 4. GO OUTSIDE!! VITAMIN D!! 5. Keep a journal 6. Love yourself enough to make a change and put in the work--it pays off!!! Instagram: @clara.boehm snapchat: claradactyl
Views: 937 Clara Boehm
Antidepressant Drugs : How antidepressants work, their side effects and alternatives!
 
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Hello Friends! Do you have following questions or queries in your mind: What are antidepressants or anti depression pills? How to treat depression? What are SSRIs, TCAs or newer antidepressants? How do they work? What are the side effects of antidepressants? Can antidepressants cause weight gain or sexual problem? Are antidepressant medications addictive? are you planning to take antidepressants? How long does one need to take antidepressants? What are natural or herbal antidepressants? What is St. Johns Wort or Hypericum perforatum? Then this is the right place for you to gather the right information from the right person! Antidepressants are pharmaceutical drugs which are used to treat depression (Major Depressive Disorder), anxiety disorders ( Panic disorder, Generalised anxiety disorder, Social anxiety disorder GAD & SAD), and some personality disorders (EUPD). They act on Serotonin (5-HT), a neurotransmitter in our brain and increase its availability. They can also act on Norepinephrine or occasionally Dopamine but mainly its Serotonin. The older generation antidepressants were called Tricyclic antidepressants or TCAs. Some common examples are Amitriptyline (Elavil, Endep), Clomipramine (Anafranil) or Dosulepin (Prothiaden). However, they had multiple side effects and frequently affected the heart. They were cardiotoxic especially in overdose hence not used frequently nowadays. The newer generation antidepressants are called Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor or SSRIs. Some common examples are Fluoxetine (Prozac), Citalopram (Celexa, Cipramil), Paroxetine (Paxil, Seroxat), Fluvoxamine (Luvox, Faverin) and Sertraline (Zoloft, Lustral). They are well tolerated and are not lethal in overdose. Therefore, they are the first line of drug treatment of depression. SSRIs are the first choice of antidepressant drugs for teenagers or adolescents, especially fluoxetine. Lately, there has been some recent addition which includes Venlafaxine (Effexor), Agomelatine (Valdoxan), Duloxetine (Cymbalta), Bupropion (Wellbutrin) and Mirtazapine (Remeron). As they act on receptors in our brain, the onset of action may take a minimum of two weeks or sometimes, four weeks in older people. Their side effects are mild and usually transient. rarely, they can have some serious outcome mainly due to drug interaction. Common side effects of antidepressants include tummy upset like nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, feeling of sickness or loose stools. They can initially worsen sleep or anxiety. Some can lead to nightmares or increased sweating due to increased noradrenaline. They can also have sexual side effects for instance decrease libido or delay ejaculation, usually at higher doses. Occasionally, they can increase suicidal ideation but its mainly seen in adolescents. They are overall protective in suicide in young, adults and older people. When taken for a long time, antidepressants can affect metabolism leading to weight gain or weight loss depending on the particular drug. How to wean off antidepressant drugs? Once taken for a long time, your body may develop some dependence and people can experience some withdrawal symptoms while stopping antidepressants. However, they are not addictive and should be stopped gradually. The recommended duration of treatment is a minimum of six months after symptoms have been adequately treated for depression and one year in case of anxiety disorders. If there have been two or more episodes of depression, treatment should continue for two years. There are alternatives which include psychotherapy and Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT). For mild to moderate depression, talking therapy or Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is the first choice. ECT is used in treatment-resistant depression or suicidal patients. recently, St. John's wart has become popular as a herbal treatment of depression and is widely available. However, it contains a lot of active ingredients with unknown function and can lead to interaction with other drugs. Therefore, it's wise to consult your doctor. Take care and Get well soon! Help is available, just look for it! Regards - Dr Subodh MD MRCPsych
HOTFLASHES/DRUGS
 
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I pronounced the drug wrong it's Venllafaxine (made with #spliceapp - http://get.spliceapp.com)
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Medication Titration and Neurochemistry, Part 4. SNRIs.
 
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https://www.alternativetomeds.com Alternative to Meds Center presents our Neurotoxicity and Wellness video series, in which we delve into the biological mechanics of how various drugs and medications invariably affect the body. This educational series examines - with great detail and clarity - the function of neurochemical pathways as well as nutritive ways to assist biological deficiencies which may lead to drug dependence and addiction. We also consider holistic approaches and natural alternatives for treating drug withdrawal. This is an exceptional and rare video series that could potentially change or save the lives of many drug dependent individuals.
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You are not going crazy: Side effects of stopping psychiatric drugs.
 
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Withdrawal xanax heightened sensory perception, impaired concentration, dysosmia distortion of smell, clouded sensorium inability to think clearly or concentrate, abno, muscle cramps, muscle twitch, diarrhea, blurred vision, appetite decrease, and weight loss. Other symptoms, such as anxiety and insomnia, were frequently seen during discontinuation Seizures attributable to XANAX were seen after drug discontinuance or dose reduction in 8 of 1980 patients The risk of seizure seems to be greatest 24-72 hours after discontinuation Interdose Symptoms Early morning anxiety and emergence of anxiety symptoms between doses of XANAX Ketoconazole Nizoral and itraconazole Brand Name: Sporanox are potent CYP3A inhibitors and have been shown in vivo to increase plasma alprazolam concentrations 3.98 fold and 2.70 fold, respectively Nefazodone (Dutonin, Nefadar, Serzone) —Coadministration of nefazodone increased alprazolam concentration two-fold Fluvoxamine—Coadministration of fluvoxamine approximately doubled the maximum plasma concentration of alprazolam, Cimetidine— Cimetidine is used for: Treating and preventing ulcers of the stomach and small intestine, and treating gastroesophageal reflux disease Coadministration of cimetidine increased the maximum plasma concentration of alprazolam by 86%, Side effects of Xanax from the FDA info sheet. dystonia, irritability, concentration difficulties, anorexia, transient amnesia or memory impairment, loss of coordination, fatigue, seizures, sedation, slurred speech, jaundice, musculoskeletal weakness, pruritus, diplopia, dysarthria, changes in libido, menstrual irregularities, incontinence and urinary retention Older : risk of cognitive impairment, delirium, falls, fractures, and motor vehicle crashes in older adults.
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Day 2 of 30 Adderall and Effexor
 
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Day 2 things are feeling better and seeming to improve. Check it out and stay tuned for more
Views: 1010 Fixed With Uppers
Psychiatric drugs kill 500,000 people per year
 
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Hi, this is Larry Hobbs @ FatNews.com. http://fatnews.com/ https://twitter.com/fatnews Short-term randomized trials of older people show that antipsychotics kill one (1) out of every 100 people. In people 65 and older in the USA and Europe alone, antipsychotics, antidepressants and benzodiazepines kill more than 500,000 people per year. This video clip is being posted with the approval of Paul Englar (PoetDox) who shot the video. I encourage you to watch the entire lecture which is posted on Youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GNpGe5r0jI0 “Psych-Drugs Harm - Two: Peter Gøtzsche - Few Benefit, Many Harmed - Sept. 16, 2015 - CPH” Posted by PoetDox Published on Oct 6, 2015. Dr. Gøtzsche is the author of several wonderful books including Deadly Psychiatry and Organised Denial in which he talks about the problems with psychiatric drugs. He is also author of the wonderful book Deadly Medicines and Organised Crime: How Big Pharma Has Corrupted Healthcare. Dr. Gøtzsche also cofounded the Cochrane Collaboration in 1993, which is a group of scientists around the world who analyze data to try and figure out the truth about drugs and other health topics. ___ These drugs include sertraline, Zoloft, fluoxetine, Prozac, citalopram, Celexa, escitalopram, Lexapro, paroxetine, Paxil, fluvoxamine, Luvox, venlafaxine, Effexor XR, Mirtazapine, Remeron, duloxetine, Cymbalta, Bupropion, Wellbutrin trazodone, Oleptro, desvenlafaxine, Pristiq, levomilnacipran, Fetzima, Abilify, aripiprazole, Clozaril, clozapine, Geodon, ziprasidone, Latuda, lurasidone, Risperdal, risperidone, Saphris, asenapine, Seroquel, quetiapine, Zyprexa, olanzapine, Diazepam, Diazepam, Alprazolam, Xanax, Clonazepam, Clonazepam, Lorazepam, Lorazepam,
Views: 3154 Fatnews
Brintellix Medication Alternative 1-888-566-8774
 
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Looking for a Brintellix Medication Alternative? https://ktcpartnership.com/ TRINTELLIX (formerly called BRINTELLIX) is a prescription medicine used to treat major depressive disorder in adults. The therapeutic effect of TRINTELLIX was generally seen starting at week 2, with full effect generally not seen until week 4, or later. In the last decade, KETAMINE has been used to treat patients with major depression, bipolar depression, and postpartum depression with a greater than 70% success rate within hours to days (not weeks to months like most oral medications/pills). TRINTELLIX may cause serious side effects including: • Antidepressants (like TRINTELLIX) may increase suicidal thoughts or actions in some children, teens or young adults within the first few months of treatment or when the dose is changed. • Serotonin Syndrome: A potentially life-threatening problem that can happen when TRINTELLIX is taken with certain other medicines. Symptoms may include agitation, hallucinations, coma or other changes in mental status; problems controlling movements or muscle twitching, stiffness or tightness; fast heartbeat, high or low blood pressure; sweating or fever; nausea, vomiting or diarrhea. • Abnormal bleeding or bruising: TRINTELLIX may increase your risk of bleeding or bruising, especially if you take the blood thinner warfarin (Coumadin®, Jantoven®), a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), or aspirin. • Manic episode: Symptoms may include greatly increased energy; severe trouble sleeping; racing thoughts; reckless behavior; unusually grand ideas; excessive happiness or irritability; talking more or faster than usual. • Visual problems: May include eye pain, changes in vision, swelling or redness in or around the eye. • Low salt (sodium) levels in the blood: Symptoms may include headache; difficulty concentrating, memory changes or confusion; weakness and unsteadiness on your feet; and in severe or sudden cases hallucinations, fainting, seizures or coma. If not treated, severe low sodium levels can cause death. • Before starting TRINTELLIX, tell your healthcare provider if you have or had liver problems, seizures or convulsions, bipolar disorder (manic depression) or mania, low salt (sodium) levels in your blood, bleeding problems, drink alcohol, have any other medical conditions or if you are pregnant, nursing, plan to become pregnant, or plan to nurse. • TRINTELLIX and some medicines may interact with each other, may not work as well, or may cause serious side effects when taken together.. • Common side effects of TRINTELLIX include: nausea, constipation or vomiting. These are not all the possible side effects of TRINTELLIX. • Do not start or stop taking TRINTELLIX without talking to your healthcare provider first. Suddenly stopping TRINTELLIX when you take higher doses may cause you to have side effects including headache, stiff muscles, mood swings, sudden outbursts of anger, dizziness or feeling lightheaded, or runny nose. • Until you know how TRINTELLIX affects you, do not drive, operate heavy machinery or engage in other dangerous activities. • Avoid drinking alcohol while taking TRINTELLIX. Far and away the most common experience with KETAMINE infusions (at KETAMINE TREATMENT CENTERS) is to have NO SIDE EFFECTS in between treatments. ALL OF THE ABOVE INFORMATION REGARDING TRINTELLIX IS TAKEN VERBATIM FROM https://us.trintellix.com KETAMINE is a medicine developed more than 50 years ago for anesthesia during surgery, and has been used for that purpose since that time in children, adults, and animals. More recently, KETAMINE has been found to be a valuable and highly effective treatment for major depression, bipolar depression, postpartum depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD, and certain pain disorders such as fibromyalgia. KETAMINE TREATMENT CENTERS offers infusions as a simple outpatient procedure. Following a consultation to determine the appropriateness and safety of this treatment, patients are guided each step of the way with the help of a clinical coordinator to ensure a smooth, supportive process. Because the effects of a single infusion are short-lived, patients who show response (70%) will receive a series of infusions over a 2-3 week period. This is an off-label use of KETAMINE, meaning that the FDA has not approved this medication for this use. However, its safety and effectiveness have been demonstrated in multiple research studies, and off-label prescribing is a common and necessary practice in all fields of medicine. https://ktcpartnership.com/ Brintellix Medication Alternative 1-888-566-8774
Why Do Antidepressants Cause Vivid Dreams?
 
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If you have taken antidepressant medication like Zoloft, Prozac or Lexapro to name a few, you may have experienced bizarre or intense dreams. This very disturbing, it does not mean the medication is making you worse. Antidepressants suppress the REM stage of sleep which is the stage where you dream. The effect of this suppression is that you can get REM rebound where you experience very intense dreams. Changing medication may help as the effect may not manifest as much with the different medication. For more information on this and similar topics, you can visit my website at http://markspsychiatry.com
Views: 32284 Dr. Tracey Marks
Do not Take Effexor!! The Dark Side of Psychotropic Drugs - An Impromptu Rant
 
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Just a rant from some piece of shit who has had enough!! Depression is one of many over-diagnosed disorders most commonly treated with often dangerous psychotropic drugs. I have taken a few antidepressants over the years, with no “relief” from depression. Instead, the dependence on, and side effects of, these drugs creates more problems than they solve. Please research any and all alternative methods for treating your depression before you opt for prescription drugs.
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Non-Drug Alternatives for Handling Depression
 
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"My psychiatrist wants me to go on an antidepressant to help with my eating disorder, but I really don't want to become dependent on medications. Are there other things, besides drugs, that can help with depression?" Answered by Kevin Wandler, MD. Need help with eating/body image issues? Visit www.findingbalance.com for hundreds of helpful videos like this one, plus small group tools, self-tests, parent tips, articles, blogs, professional resources, conferences and more to help you eat well & live free!
A Deadly Side Effect of Antidepressants
 
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In this video, author and depression counselor Douglas Bloch talks about akathisia--an intense inner restlessness brought on as a side effect of medication. Symptoms include anxiety, agitation and a compulsion to move or to walk about. He also shows you how you can take medication in a way that greatly reduces the risk of akathisia. For more information go to http://healingfromdepression.com To sign up for free weekly videos on depression recovery click here: http://forms.aweber.com/form/31/57869... Music: Somatou by Kakurenbo courtesy of http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kak... through a Creative Commons License. Category Education License Standard YouTube License
Views: 16949 Douglas Bloch
Long Term Effects of Anti-Depressant Medication with Robert Whitaker
 
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Schizophrenics in the United States currently fare worse than patients in the world’s poorest countries. Medical journalist Robert Whitaker argues that modern treatments for the severely mentally ill are just old medicine in new bottles, and that we as a society are deeply deluded about their efficacy. The widespread use of lobotomies in the 1920's and 1930's gave way in the 1950's to electroshock and a wave of new drugs. In what is perhaps Robert Whitaker’s most damning revelation, he examines how drug companies in the 1980's and 1990's skewed their studies to prove that new anti-psychotic drugs were more effective than the old, while keeping patients in the dark about dangerous side effects. Robert Whitaker raises important questions about our obligations to the mad, the meaning of “insanity,” and what we value most about the human mind. Connect with The Real Truth About Health http://www.therealtruthabouthealth.com/ https://www.facebook.com/The-Real-Truth-About-Health-467500836655781/ https://twitter.com/RTAHealth Passionate believers in whole food plant based diets, no chemicals, minimal pharmaceutical drugs, no GMO's. Fighting to stop climate change and extinction.
Learn About Alternatives to Psychiatry, and Medication Titration
 
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https://www.alternativetomeds.com Lyle Murphy, Founder of the Alternative To Meds Center in Sedona, Arizona discusses how benzodiazepine withdrawal can be eased by the removal of neurotoxic burden that poisons and overstimulates the excitatory mechanisms of the nervous system. Please visit our website and learn more about how benzodiazepine withdrawal can be eased: www.alternativetomeds.com/benzodiazepine.html
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Happier, More Relaxed, and Emotionally Empty: The High Cost of Overmedication
 
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Dr. Julie Holland relays the dangers related to overprescribed medications. She suggests several alternatives to relying on antidepressants. Holland is author of the new book Moody Bitches (http://goo.gl/fq3xRA). Read more at BigThink.com: http://bigthink.com/videos/overmedicating-and-drug-effects Follow Big Think here: YouTube: http://goo.gl/CPTsV5 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BigThinkdotcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/bigthink Transcript - So right now in America one out of four women is taking some sort of a – so right now in America one out of four women is taking some sort of a psychiatric medication. And that doesn’t include sleeping pills. This is just antidepressants, antianxiety meds and also antipsychotics. Because we’re not getting enough sleep or enough exercise or enough sunshine more and more of us are feeling stressed and anxious and depressed. To me criteria for a major depressive episode you need to be depressed and down more days than not for at least two weeks. Sometimes women are down or depressed for three or four days every month. And it’s important to know that that is normal and it’s natural and it doesn’t have to necessarily be medicated away. 80 percent of prescriptions for psych meds in America are written by non-psychiatrists, by internists and family practitioners and GPs. And, you know, to really tease apart whether you have a psychiatric history, whether your family has a psychiatric history, whether you’ve ever been on these medicines before and whether you really need these medicines or there aren’t other ways to get you to feel better, that’s a long conversation that would take an hour. And internists don’t necessarily have this much time. An antidepressant is not a diagnostic tool. It’s not a test like if, you know, you’re not sure if you’re depressed or not but then you take an antidepressant and you start feeling better and you’re like oh, I must have been depressed. That’s no more accurate than, you know, taking Adderall and discovering that you’re able to concentrate and focus better. That doesn’t mean that you have an attention deficit disorder. People get on these meds and it turns out that they like them. They do feel happier and more relaxed and then they discover that there’s a price to pay. And then they discover that there’s a price to pay for feeling happier and relaxed and their libido is dampened. It’s more difficult to climax. It’s more difficult to cry. They may not feel as connected emotionally with people. And so over time some people decide, you know, I don’t want to be medicated anymore. I don’t feel like myself. And then they discover that it’s actually hard to get off of antidepressants. I’ll give Effexor withdrawal as an example and you can Google Effexor withdrawal and you will see for yourself that there are kind of bizarre symptoms that people have. They will talk about feeling brain zaps, electricity that shoots from their head out their arms. I’ve had patients say they feel their brain moving around in their skull or their eyes are sort of lagging behind their vision, you know. Weird sort of neurological sounding side effects. Unfortunately the way that healthcare is in America right now, I mean it is a commodity. It is a business. It affects the way that doctors and patients interact and sometimes there’s not enough time to really be thorough and have the harder conversations, you know, what did you eat for breakfast this morning? How much sleep did you get last night? Are you exercising? Sometimes it’s just easier to hand over a prescription.
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Former Navy SEAL on Psychiatric Drugging of our Military
 
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"Mikal Vega is a former Navy SEAL & Chief Petty Officer— a 22 year military veteran who survived numerous dangerous combat operations and deployments only to be nearly killed by the cocktail of psychiatric drugs prescribed him by military doctors. Now retired from the military, Mikal works to help Veterans overcome problems suffered in battle without the use of mind-altering psychiatric drugs or psychiatric labels. Currently Mikal is an actor who can be seen in such films as Transformers 3&4 and the web series Black - he uses his acting to help fund and promote his non-profit organization, Vital Warrior. He was one of four individuals who received a human rights award from the mental health watchdog CCHR International, on Feb 1st 2014 in Los Angeles, presented by CCHR Commissioners, Danny Masterson & Jason Dohring. Previous award winners include members of Congress, state legislators, attorneys, medical doctors, whistleblowers, and civil and human rights activists" http://www.vitalwarrior.org/ As a Martial Arts teacher for over 30 years I have seen the damage caused by pharmaceutical and street drugs on relatives and on a great number of students in Brazil and specially here in the USA where the Big Pharma rules. People are being bullied by these corporations of drug-dealers into submission. Martial Arts will teach a kid to stop any bully in the playground, EDUCATION and INFORMATION will stop these drug peddlers from bulling you and your family. There are many natural alternatives out there to treat anything that is bothering you, just do a research on the subject. This is a Documentary and will provide the facts about psychotropic drugs and the huge profits they create for the pharmaceutical industry. These drugs are not safe and have not been on the market long enough to provide sufficient long term studies regarding their effects. These drugs do cause addiction, however most "doctors" would call this dependence because you do not have to take an increasing dose over time. They are completely fine with you being addicted to the same amount of any given drug on a daily basis. Over half of the people that commit suicide in the United States are prescribed to psychotropic drugs. (Ex: Paxil (Paroxetine), Zoloft (Sertraline), Prozac, Wellbutrin (Bupropion), Effexor, Seroquil, Ultram (Tramadol), etc.) For Optimal Health We Need, 60 Minerals, 16 Vitamins, 12 Amino Acids, 3 Essential Fatty Acids (Omega 3 & 6 are essential) Lack of these essential nutrients weakens the body's ability to rebuild itself and increases the potential for 900 Nutritional Deficiency Diseases. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use for more information you can visit: http://www.cchr.org/
Views: 19867 John Machado
6 yrs psych drug free: How I made it through the darkest times of protracted withdrawal syndrome
 
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For more see the post on Beyond Meds: http://beyondmeds.com/2016/02/09/6years-off/ Today is my anniversary off a huge psych drug cocktail I'd been on for 20 years. Below the video I made for this occasion is a cut and paste collection of the now 6 years documented since the also six year withdrawal process. http://beyondmeds.com/2010/01/10/recap-6-drugs-6-years-2/ In the video I speak to the inner resources that kept me going. I want to add here that I also was privileged to have a safe home and 24/7 hour care when I was bedridden and unable to leave the house for anything at all. Both the home and the care were provided for me by my husband. No one else in my life, including most of my close family had a clue what we were dealing with. I have to believe if they did they would have done more. The fact is there is nothing in society to help those who love us to understand what we are going through. There is a general denial by the medical establishment that this can even happen. This is something I’ve mostly been able to forgive but I don’t necessarily feel ready to spend much time with most of my family either. My mother is an exception here…she stayed in touch with my husband throughout the whole thing and was willing to do what she could. Indeed she often helped us stay afloat financially, which was, of course, critically important to staying alive. (I couldn’t speak very well for a couple of years so communicating by phone was out) So, my husband and I came through this together. There were many times I would have preferred to be alone given how heinously isolating this experience was simply by nature of the fact that no one can even begin to fathom what we are going through… This fact was painful for both me and Paul in different ways. For more info see: The isolation and sense of abandonment many people deal with when sick with protracted withdrawal illness. http://wp.me/P5nnb-3xy Those of us who have experienced protracted psychiatric drug withdrawal syndromes will always be the only ones who can give each other that acknowledgment. And it’s likely we will continue to freak out pretty much everyone around us when it’s at it’s worst. Anyway, the fact is I would be dead without Paul’s care and so that needs to be made clear as well. He has a deep trust and faith in life too and I wouldn’t have made it without his unusual ability to maintain that in the face of what I went through. Most people would have had me institutionalized, where I certainly would have died. It is a miracle that my husband could hold this space for me. Seriously a miracle. Most folks who come off these drugs don’t become as totally disabled as I did and can still leave the house etc. Not so for me and so, yes, my husband literally kept me alive and provided the space for me to literally disintegrate so that I could come back together again as well. One other person was a visitor during those darkest times. A woman who has become my dear friend. Sent to me from a volunteer organization to give me reiki, she could stand being with me as a witness when no one else could. Mary Joy had spent time as a chaplain in hospice and so knew how to be with people in pain. She told me once that she hadn’t seen another human being in all her time as chaplain who had to go through such an ordeal. She was completely serious. Having myself worked in hospice I know this to be true as well. It wasn’t something I would ever have concluded on my own, but since she said it and it rings true (I’ve worked in hospice too), I share it here now. For more information visit Beyond Meds: http://wp.me/p5nnb-cVp History in the system and my vision for mental health on Nonduality Talk http://beyondmeds.com/2014/09/17/interview-with-monica-cassani-on-sept-17/ Below are the yearly anniversary posts: http://beyondmeds.com/2010/03/04/blog-anniversary-today-and-drug-freedom/ http://beyondmeds.com/2011/02/09/anniversary/ http://beyondmeds.com/2012/02/09/2yranniversary/ http://beyondmeds.com/2013/02/09/anniversary-2/ http://beyondmeds.com/2014/02/09/4-year-anniversary/ http://beyondmeds.com/2015/02/09/5-yrs-drug-free/ See also: http://beyondmeds.com/2015/11/09/the-anniversary-posts/
Views: 19781 Monica Cassani
Trying to end my nightmare with Venlafaxine (Effexor)
 
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I have been on Venlafaxine(Effexor) for a year and half and my mental health has taken a steady downward spiral. Now trying to break free from this drug is as hard as everyone has said it is. PLEASE do your research before accepting a prescription for this drug.
Views: 85 Mimi Smith
Brain Zaps and Antidepressants - Why Do they Happen?
 
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Brain zaps are part of what we call medication discontinuation syndrome. Medication discontinuation syndrome are symptoms that you can see when you suddenly stop your medication. In this case were talking about what you see when you stop the serotonin enhancing antidepressants. An easy way to remember these symptoms is with the mnemonic FINISH F - Flulike symptoms. I - insomnia. N - nausea or maybe even vomiting. I - imbalance like dizziness or even vertigo like your head is spinning. S - sensory disturbances and that would be the electric shocks that seem to be coming from your brain. H - for hyperarousal and this would be anxiety, irritability, aggression or even jerkiness. Disclaimer: All of the information on this channel is for educational purposes and not intended to be specific/personal medical advice from me to you. Watching the videos or getting answers to comments/question, does not establish a doctor-patient relationship. If you have your own doctor, perhaps these videos can help prepare you for your discussion with your doctor. I upload every Wednesday at 9am, and sometimes have extra videos in between. Subscribe to my channel so you don't miss a video https://goo.gl/DFfT33
Views: 1518 Dr. Tracey Marks
Do Anti-Depressants Lower Libido?
 
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In this sexless marriage, the husband is taking Prozac to combat his depression, a serious condition. Dr. Drew warns that though Prozac is effective at fighting Nathan's problem, it carries the side effect of a decreased sex drive. Drew offers some alternatives in the video.
Views: 21613 DrDrewLCTV
Drug Withdrawals, Psychiatry, Mental Health Medications
 
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Drug Withdrawals, Psychiatry, Mental Health Medications Dr. Breeding discusses the withdrawal symptoms or discontinuation symptoms of mental health meds like antidepressants, antipsychotics, amphetamines, adhd drugs, and anxiety medications. He gives different resources that person can use to help them taper off the drugs. Dr. Breeding points out that many doctors overlook the withdrawal symptoms when a person discontinues taking a psychiatric drug and thus claim that the person is having a relapse of mental illness instead of the effects of coming off of a drug one is addicted to. Find Out More Information at http://bipolarblast.wordpress.com/about Visit Dr. Breeding's Website at http://www.wildestcolts.com This video was produced by Psychetruth http://www.youtube.com/psychetruth http://www.myspace.com/psychtruth Copyright © Wildest Colts 2009. All Rights Reserved #Psychetruth #WellnessPlus
Views: 44876 PsycheTruth
N202 Effexor
 
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Nursing School drug commercial
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How Do I Take Venlafaxine?
 
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Venlafaxine (oral route) proper use mayo clinic. Mg & 75mg patient information leaflet time of day do you take your effexor? Effexor (venlafaxine effexor xr oral uses, side effects, interactions, pictures, warnings venlafaxine medlineplus drug. It is important to take effexor xr every day according your doctor s instructions. Effexor at night or in the morning? ? Bluelightmind, mental health charity help for. A dry mouth chew sugar free gum or sweets 13 jul 2016 what time of day is it best to take venlafaxinei am due start 75mg ven. Venlafaxine an antidepressant nhs. Find patient medical information for effexor xr oral on webmd including its uses take this medication by mouth as directed your doctor, usually once daily 15 nov 2014 children younger than 18 years of age should not normally venlafaxine, but in some cases, a doctor may decide that venlafaxine is the what most important i know about (effexor xr)? . You should not take venlafaxine if you have uncontrolled narrow angle after stop taking venlafaxine, must wait at least 7 days before start those types of meds are best in the morning but they side effects that bother them night. Venlafaxine evaluations from patients who take venlafaxine patientslikemewhat time is best to venlafaxine? No more panicside effects, dosage, uses & healthline. It may also help if you avoid rich or spicy food. Venlafaxine uses, dosage & side effects drugs venlafaxine. Effexor xr (venlafaxine hydrochloride extended release) patient venlafaxine and serious withdrawal symptoms warning to drivers. Do not take venlafaxine if you have taken a monoamine oxidase inhibitor i've been given conflicting info on when is best to this med. What time of day is it best to take venlafaxine. You should not take this medication if you are allergic to venlafaxine or 5 jul 2005 keywords venlafaxine, withdrawal, discontinuance syndrome, serotonin, experienced side effects while taking the low doses of i used be on lexapro, and took it morning, would stay in bed all day. You should take effexor xr at about the same 10 mar 2015 also, you must wait least 7 days after stop taking venlafaxine tablets before any irreversible maoi (see also section 'taking i was curious as to what time of day everyone took their meds? And are reasons? Just because? Keeps up? Makes tired? . My anxiety, panic attacks, and go to a hospital if you get any of these symptoms, take your medicine with. If you are unable to swallow the extended release capsule, open it and pour medicine on a spoonful of applesauce. So i've been taking effexor at night, but have heard it can be more venlafaxine (efexor xl, depefex foraven politid sunveniz in the official patient information leaflet (pil), including what it's for, how to take it. It comes with serious risks if you don't take it as prescribed. Missing doses if you have questions about taking your medication, adjusting daily dose, or discontinuing treatment with effexor xr, speak doctor. Feeling sleepy cut down the amount
Views: 147 Wen Wen
Treating ADHD with anti-depressants
 
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WDSU medical editor Dr. Corey Hebert talks about an alternative treatment for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in this weekend's house call. Subscribe to WDSU on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1n00vnY Get more New Orleans news: http://www.wdsu.com/ Like us: http://www.facebook.com/wdsutv Follow us: http://twitter.com/wdsu Google+: http://plus.google.com/+wdsu
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200 prescription drugs increase depression
 
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Hi, this is Larry Hobbs @ FatNews.com. http://fatnews.com/ https://twitter.com/fatnews 200 prescription drugs used in the U.S. increase the risk of depression or suicide. Two hundred (200) prescription drugs used in the U.S. list depression or suicidal symptoms as possible adverse effects according to a new paper from researchers at Columbia University in New York, NY, USA. The percentage of people reporting depression using drugs with depression as a possible side effect were: 4.7% of people taking no (0) risky drugs 6.9% of people taking one (1) risky drug 9.5% of people taking two (2) risky drugs 15.3% of people taking three (3) risky drugs These include some blood pressure drugs including Metoprolol (beta blocker), Atenolol (beta blocker), Enalapril (Vasotec — ACE inhibitor), Quinapril (ACE inhibitor). These include some antidepressants including Sertraline (Zoloft), Citalopram (Celexa), Bupropion (Wellbutrin, Zyban), Fluoxetine (Prozac), Trazodone, Venlafaxine (Effexor), Escitalopram (Cipralex and Lexapro), Duloxetine (Cymbalta), Paroxetine (Paxil), and Amitriptyline (Elavil). These include some hormones and hormone modifiers including Ethinyl estradiol (birth control pills), Estradiol (estrogen), finasteride (Proscar and Propecia — used for enlarged prostates or scalp hair loss). These include some anxiolytics, hypnotics and sedatives including Alprazolam, Zolpidem (Ambien), Clonazepam (Klonopin), Lorazepam. These include some analgesics (to reduce pain) including Hydrocodone (Vicodin), Tramadol (Ultram), Ibuprofen, Cyclobenzaprine (Flexeril). These include some gastrointestinal agents including Omeprazole (Prilosec), Ranitidine (for ulcers), Esomeprazole (Nexium), Famotidine (Pepcid). These include some respiratory agents including Montelukast (Singulair — for asthma and seasonal allergies), Cetirizine (Zyrtec — antihistamine). These include some anticonvulsants including Gabapentin (Neurontin), Diazepam (Valium), Lamotrigine (Lamictal), and Topiramate (Topamax)). These include corticosteroids (used for inflammation). Drugs and feeling suicidal Use of drugs with suicidal symptoms as adverse effects: 17.3% in 2005, 23.5% in 2013 “Any use of prescription medications that have suicidal symptoms as potential adverse effects increased from 17.3% in 2005 and 2006 to 23.5% in 2013 and 2014.” (An increase of 36%.) Suicides increased more than 30% in half of states 54% of people who died by suicide did NOT have a known mental condition In June 2018, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) noted that suicides have increased by more than 30% in half of the states since 1999. https://www.cdc.gov/vitalsigns/suicide/index.html The CDC also notes that 54% of people who died by suicide did not have a known mental condition. https://www.cdc.gov/vitalsigns/suicide/index.html Do you think that use of prescription drugs (including antidepressants) are responsible for this? I do. Reference Qato DM, Ozenberger K, and Olfson M. Prevalence of Prescription Medications With Depression as a Potential Adverse Effect Among Adults in the United States. JAMA, 2018 Jun 12; 319(22): 2289-2298. Author’s Contact Info Mark Olfson, MD Department of Psychiatry College of Physicians and Surgeons Columbia University New York, NY USA mo49@columbia.edu olfsonm@nyspi.columbia.edu
Views: 58 Fatnews
Life after quitting lexapro.
 
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No more antidepressants
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Before You Take Adderall, You Have To Watch This
 
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Adderall and other prescription stimulant drugs are common in college, especially during finals week. But did you know Adderall can have dangerous and unwanted side effects? Here are some facts everyone should know before deciding to take Adderall. Tweet: http://ctt.ec/xatyI Have you ever taken Adderall to stay focused and awake? Will knowing these facts change your mind about using the drug? Let us know in the comments! Find out more here: http://read.bi/1j41lSd And don't forget guys, if you like this video please Like, Favorite, and Share it with your friends to show your support - It really helps us out! See you next time! ****************************************­************* Save money and support TYT University by shopping Amazon with this code: http://www.amazon.com/?tag=tytunivers... It costs you NOTHING and helps us out a ton! ***************************************************** SUBSCRIBE and join the TYTU student body! http://tinyurl.com/9o8kpf4 ON FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/TYTUniversity ON TWITTER: @jiadarola @breeessrig @tytuniversity ON TUMBLR: http://tytuniversity.tumblr.com/ TYT University: College news, scandals, parties, tips and advice, relationships, sex and dating, self-help, music parodies, odd facts and more with host John Iadarola. http://youtube.com/user/tytuniversity *******************************************************************************Get more college and university news every week with John Iadarola on TYT Univeristy! Part of The Young Turks Network.
Views: 993153 ThinkTank
Withdrawals from Effexor
 
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Venlafaxine in review after two weeks
 
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Health Care Providers will not like what I have to say.
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Coming Off Psych Meds: Laura Delano | Madness Radio
 
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Listen to 175 more episodes on the Madness Radio website! http://www.madnessradio.net What do you do when medications for your emotional problems become worse than the problems themselves? Laura Delano went to a psychiatrist at age 18, and for the next decade was prescribed nineteen different psychiatric drugs. After devastating physical and emotional effects, she began a journey to become medication free — and re-discover who she is. What lessons did she learn? Laura blogs regularly about her experiences at Mad in America, works for a mental health agency in Massachusetts, and is an advocate for drug alternatives and safe withdrawal. http://www.madinamerica.com/author/ldelano/ (Link to coming off meds guide: http://willhall.net/comingoffmeds/ )
Views: 47 Will Hall
Antidepressant Medications
 
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This video is for educational purposes only. This video is intended to provide evidence based, scientific information about antidepressant drugs and not to argue for or against their use. Antidepressant medications can be an important tool in the arsenal for treating depression but do not come without the potential for significant side effects.
Views: 7937 Paul Merritt
Unconventional Anxiety Treatments - 5 Alternative Treatments for Anxiety
 
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Best Anxiety Medication - Ways To Make Your Anxiety Go Away With And Without Using Medication at http://www.PanicAwayProgram.org Although anxiety is accepted as being a normal and healthy emotion, some people suffer from intense anxiety, which ends up affecting their lives and causing them to keep away from certain situations that they used to be able to deal without difficulty. If you are suffering from anxiety then you should begin on finding an appropriate and effective method of treatment. http://www.PanicAwayProgram.org The first thing you need to do is determining the type of anxiety disorder you suffer from. There are five main types of anxiety disorders: generalized anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, panic disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, and social anxiety disorder. Effective treatments for each anxiety disorder are accessible, and new and enhanced treatments are always becoming available. Non-medication treatments Once you have found out the type of anxiety that you are suffering from you will be able to find the suitable anxiety disorder treatment. Mild anxiety disorders can often be treated relatively simple with relaxation and breathing techniques. Yoga, for instance, is a great type of exercise that can really help with anxiety and related health conditions. This is definitely something that should be tried prior to more serious forms of anxiety disorder treatment. If your anxiety is more severe or constant, then therapy or counseling may become the best option. Cognitive behavioral therapy for one has been confirmed to be very effective in the treatment of all types of anxiety disorder. In this therapy you work one on one with an experienced and qualified mental health professional, who will assist you to deal with your fears in a safe and controlled environment. Over time you will be able to find out the root of your anxiety and from there work towards developing a treatment plan that will lead you to your normal life. You can also select an anxiety disorder treatment plan that involves natural and herbal treatments. Herbal remedies such as valerian root and kava kava have over and over again proven to be effective at treating anxiety disorders and depression. You do need to keep in mind that just because these herbal remedies are natural it does not indicate that you do not still have to be careful. If taken inappropriately, these remedies can actually worsen your anxiety. Hypnotherapy, biofeedback, and acupuncture are other options for anxiety disorder treatment. In order to determine which one is going to work best for you, you need to talk to your doctor. You may need to try a few different methods before you find the one that works best for you and your particular anxiety condition. Medications for anxiety disorder Generally, most treatments for anxiety disorders include at least one prescription medication. If you start taking medication as a treatment for anxiety disorder, it is important to understand that this should not be a long-term solution and you should keep working with a certified mental health professional in order to determine the root cause of your anxiety. There are several common medications for anxiety disorder and one of them is selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. Serotonin is known as the brain's all-natural happy drug. Scientists believe that a lack of serotonin is the source of depression, anxiety, and panic attacks and therefore the purpose of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors is to increase the levels of serotonin in the brain. Some familiar brands that use selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors are Prozac and Zoloft. Benzodiazepines are another choice of medication, which act like minor tranquilizers. They decelerate the body's nervous system, giving it an all-over calm. These types of medications can be addictive, so they should only be taken as prescribed. Some well-known brand names are Xanax and Valium. Another medication that is used to treat anxiety disorder is antidepressants, which affect the neurotransmitters in the brain. Effexor is a good example of this type of anxiety disorder medication. Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) are very strong antidepressant drugs that should only be taken as a last resort after all other treatments have been tried. These drugs can be lethal when combined with certain other drugs and foods. One thing that need to be noted, anyone who takes antidepressants may become more susceptible to suicide, especially when they first begin to take them or when the dosage is changed.
Views: 345 Nathan Qarcke
Mental illness medications part 1 of 2
 
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I describe my experience with medication management as part of my treatment for my mental illnesses from 2014 to present. THERE IS NO SHAME IN TAKING MEDICATION!!!!! Let me know if you have any questions or your experiences with meds! I am an open book! Hope this helps! *****SNRI's work on BOTH SEROTONIN AND NOREPINEPHRINE! I LIED! Serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRIs) Antidepressant SNRIs help relieve depression symptoms, such as irritability and sadness, but some are also used for anxiety disorders and nerve pain. Here's how they work and what side effects they may cause. By Mayo Clinic Staff Serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRIs) are a class of medications that are effective in treating depression. SNRIs are also sometimes used to treat other conditions, such as anxiety disorders and long-term (chronic) pain, especially nerve pain. SNRIs may be helpful if you have chronic pain in addition to depression. How SNRIs work SNRIs ease depression by impacting chemical messengers (neurotransmitters) used to communicate between brain cells. Like most antidepressants, SNRIs work by ultimately effecting changes in brain chemistry and communication in brain nerve cell circuitry known to regulate mood, to help relieve depression. SNRIs block the reabsorption (reuptake) of the neurotransmitters serotonin (ser-o-TOE-nin) and norepinephrine (nor-ep-ih-NEF-rin) in the brain. SNRIs approved to treat depression The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved these SNRIs to treat depression: Desvenlafaxine (Pristiq, Khedezla) Duloxetine (Cymbalta) ― also approved to treat anxiety and certain types of chronic pain Levomilnacipran (Fetzima) Venlafaxine (Effexor XR) ― also approved to treat anxiety and panic disorder Side effects and cautions All SNRIs work in a similar way and generally can cause similar side effects, though some people may not experience any side effects. Side effects are usually mild and go away after the first few weeks of treatment. Taking your medication with food may reduce nausea. If you can't tolerate one SNRI, you may be able to tolerate a different one, as each SNRI varies in chemical makeup. The most common possible side effects of SNRIs include: Nausea Dry mouth Dizziness Headache Excessive sweating Other possible side effects may include: Tiredness Constipation Insomnia Changes in sexual function, such as reduced sexual desire, difficulty reaching orgasm or the inability to maintain an erection (erectile dysfunction) Loss of appetite Typically the benefits of antidepressants outweigh the possible side effects. Which antidepressant is best for you depends on a number of issues, such as your symptoms and any other health conditions you may have. Ask your doctor and pharmacist about the most common possible side effects for your specific SNRI and read the patient medication guide that comes with the prescription.
Views: 76 Jordan Brae
Alternatives to Treating Menopause Symptoms
 
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Janine Barsoum, DO, Ob/Gyn physician at Lankenau Hospital discusses alternative treatments to help menopause symptoms other than hormone replacement therapy.
Views: 120 Main Line Health
Coming Off Psychiatric Drugs: A Harm Reduction Approach to Medication Withdrawal | Will Hall
 
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Download the "Harm Reduction Guide to Coming Off Psychiatric Drugs" free here: http://willhall.net/comingoffmeds. Also available in Spanish, Greek, and German. Disponible tambien en español. Audiobook version also available as a free download. Psychiatric medications can sometimes be very useful, but there is often little information or guidance when the risks and harm start to outweigh the benefits. Will Hall provides an introductory overview of how to come off psychiatric medication. Will Hall is a survivor of a schizophrenia diagnosis who today works as a therapist and teaches internationally on mental diversity, including psychiatric medication. This video provides some basic guidance for anyone considering reducing or coming off psychiatric medications and their supporters, and is discussed in greater detail in the Harm Reduction Guideto Coming Off Psychiatric Drugs. You can contact Will at http://www.willhall.net Disclaimer: This video is for educational purposes and is not medical advice. While everyone is different, coming off medications, especially abruptly, can sometimes be dangerous. Seek support when possible and use caution. For more information on psychiatric medications and withdrawal, go to http://www.beyondmeds.com, http://www.willhall.net/comingoffmeds, http://www.madinamerica.com, http://www.comingoff.com, http://www.peter-lehmann-publishing.com, http://www.theicarusproject.net/comingoffmeds, and Journal of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing http://bit.ly/wbUA6A. This video is Creative Commons copyright 2012 BY-NC-ND; you are free to share. Thanks to Kent Bye, Jen Gouvea, and Jonathan Marrs for production.
Views: 82922 Will Hall
FIRST WEEK ON TRINTELLIX (VORTIOXETINE)! | Chronically Optimistic
 
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An update about my first week on Trintellix (Vortioxetine), and my symptoms, side effects and transition to this medication from Cipralex (escitalopram). Website: https://chronicallyoptimisticblog.wordpress.com/
Views: 17587 Chronically Optimistic
The Road Back Program. How to Get Off Psychiatric Drugs Safely
 
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A program developed to assist withdrawal from benzodiazepines, antidepressants, antipsychotics and ADHD medications. You can read the entire book for free at www.theroadback.org. This program is endorsed by medical doctors and psychiatrists.
Views: 12246 jhmbtrb
Day 1 Testosterone Therapy Journey is it a fix for anxiety/depression
 
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Since I was a young teenager I’ve been on anti-depressants for anxiety/depression. They help a little bit but never quite relieved me from my issues. Not to mention they came with a handful of side effects. I was put on testosterone at 23 after finding out that my testosterone levels were extremely low. I quickly began noticing improvement in my mood, my anxiety, energy, levels and libido. I thought it had more to do with switching to a new anti depressant which I did at the same time. I switched from Effexor to Prozac, Wellbutrin and the testosterone. I started to notice hair loss 9 months into treatment and wanted to stop to see if the medications were the reason. They weren’t. I needed up back on Prozac and Wellbutrin but never felt as good as I did prior. I did things to try and raise my t levels on my own but still felt lousy. I asked to get back on trt but my doctor wanted to check my levels again. This time they came up at 400 so he didn’t want to treat me even though those levels are very low for my age. I finally found a doctor who is willing to treat me and now I want to make a video journal here on YouTube for myself and anyone that is considering testosterone replacement therapy. Each week I’ll let you know what changes I notice. What symptoms of low t go away and when they go away. Today is day one on testosterone and hcg which me luck and I’ll let you know how it goes.
Views: 576 Justin C
How Psychiatric Drugs Can Kill Your Child  FULL DOCUMENTARY
 
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In the absence of any objective medical tests to determine who has ADD or ADHD, doctors rely in part on standardized assessments and the impressions of teachers and guardians while the they administer leave little room for other causes or aggravating factors, such as diet, or environment. Hence, diagnosing a child or adolescent with ADD or ADHD is often the outcome, although no organic basis for either disease has yet to be clinically proven. Psychiatrists may then prescribe psychotropic drugs for the children without first without making it clear to parents that these medications can have severe side-effects including insomnia, loss of appetite, headaches, psychotic symptoms and even potentially fatal adverse reactions, such as cardiac arrhythmia. And yet, despite these dangers, many school systems actually work with government agencies to force parents to drug their children, threatening those who refuse with the prospect of having their children taken from the home unless they cooperate. As a Martial Arts teacher for over 30 years I have seen the damage caused by pharmaceutical and street drugs on relatives and on a great number of students in Brazil and specially here in the USA where the Big Pharma rules. People are being bullied by these corporations of drug-dealers into submission. Martial Arts will teach a kid to stop any bully in the playground, EDUCATION and INFORMATION will stop these drug peddlers from bulling you and your family. There are many natural alternatives out there to treat anything that is bothering you, just do a research on the subject. This is a Documentary and will provide the facts about psychotropic drugs and the huge profits they create for the pharmaceutical industry. These drugs are not safe and have not been on the market long enough to provide sufficient long term studies regarding their effects. These drugs do cause addiction, however most "doctors" would call this dependence because you do not have to take an increasing dose over time. They are completely fine with you being addicted to the same amount of any given drug on a daily basis. Over half of the people that commit suicide in the United States are prescribed to psychotropic drugs. (Ex: Paxil (Paroxetine), Zoloft (Sertraline), Prozac, Wellbutrin (Bupropion), Effexor, Seroquil, Ultram (Tramadol), etc.) For Optimal Health We Need, 60 Minerals, 16 Vitamins, 12 Amino Acids, 3 Essential Fatty Acids (Omega 3 & 6 are essential) Lack of these essential nutrients weakens the body's ability to rebuild itself and increases the potential for 900 Nutritional Deficiency Diseases. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use for more information you can visit: http://www.cchr.org/
Views: 525 John Machado
The Untold Story of Psychotropic Drugging - Making a Killing - Full Documentary
 
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This video provides the facts about psychotropic drugs and the huge profits they create for the pharmaceutical industry. These drugs are not safe and have not been on the market long enough to provide sufficient long term studies regarding their effects. Over half of the people that commit suicide in the United States are prescribed to psychotropic drugs. List of psychotropic medications http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_psychotropic_medications ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our mission is to help people live longer healthier lives. Health happens daily, minute by minute, step by step. We provide the information you need to make the best health choices and live healthier lives everyday. For more information visit http://medhealthandwellness.com/ Shop Med Health http://shopmedhealth.com
Views: 89524 InovaNature.com
4,Detoxing Ativan at an Alternative Rehab Center: Arizona Desert: Blog 4
 
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I am doing an ativan detox at an alternative detox center in Arizona and i am going to try to blog as much as possible about my experience. Blog 4 On this blog | explain my seventh day. Blogged Oct 17/11
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How Do Antidepressants Work ?
 
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For more information please visit: http://infopsychiatry.com/how-do-antidepressants-work/
Views: 315097 Bogdan Paul
Prozac, Paxil & Drug Interactions With Amphetamines for ADHD
 
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This Prozac and Paxil interaction have lived on my clinical radar since '96 - and is the most frequently denied drug interaction in thousands of second opinions. Read the literature linked in these notes. For excellent Expert Commentary on Executive Function challenges from diagnosis and treatment to parenting: Dr. Parker’s book "New ADHD Medication Rules" is available globally here: http://geni.us/adhd For CoreBrain Journal Podcast details on the evolution of precise neuroscientific thinking: http://corebrainjournal.com/about *Shortcode* for this video: http://corepsych.com/2d6-video Reference: The Drug Interaction Bible: http://geni.us/interactions Quick Interaction Check: http://healthtools.aarp.org/drug-interactions *How To Start ADHD Meds* Download: http://corepsych.com/start http://corepsych.com - More than 460 articles on psychiatric diagnosis and treatment. 0:29 For a PDF Collection of Video Details from ADHD Drug Interactions to ADHD Treatment Failure: http://corepsych.com/details Remember this: Prozac and Paxil both significantly block the 2D6 pathway for the metabolism of Adderall and all the amphetamine [AMP] products. If you take either of these two antidepressants together with an amphetamine, watch out. You can significantly become overdosed on the amphetamine. Often the interaction can unpredictably occur several months later. The patient becomes toxic to the amphetamine, angry, irrational, can't sleep, can't eat, and can become dangerously destructive. The Adderall or Vyvanse often gets blamed. More details on the importance of 2D6, Prozac, Paxil, metabolism and customized dosing strategies in my book, eBook and Audible: "New ADHD Medication Rules" here: http://geni.us/adhd To see the connection between brain science and common sense: evidence matters. See this post from 2006: http://www.corepsychblog.com/2006/11/adderall-prozac-and-paxil-problem-not-solution/ CorePsych Post from 2008: http://www.corepsych.com/2008/12/add-adhd-medications-amphetamines-2d6-drug-interaction-update/ My article in Primary Psychiatry: http://www.primarypsychiatry.com/aspx/articledetail.aspx?articleid=327 - years ago when my son was a med student and became interested in the subject. Essential Ref: "Drug Interactions in Medical Practice" Wynn, Cozza, Armstrong, et al. http://geni.us/cozza This video: http://youtu.be/xB5dZd1ucdE
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Overpill. When Big Pharma exploits mental health
 
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More films about America: https://rtd.rt.com/tags/usa/ The US has a highly developed pharmaceutical industry offering treatments for all kinds of mental disorders. Millions of Americans are being medicated for ailments as diverse as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and many others. Even young children are being put on psychiatric drugs. If parents decline such treatment, social services may intervene. Many patients, who’ve been taking these pills for years, insist that they do more harm than good. They have experienced disturbing side effects such as suicidal thoughts, addiction and even neurological damage. A lot of patients were put on their medication as children and by the time they were legally old enough to decide for themselves, they had already become addicted. They testify that breaking their dependency on the drugs is extremely difficult because, like any habit forming narcotic, they cause severe withdrawal symptoms. RTD meets some of the sufferers to hear their stories of battling to shake off prescribed medicines. Father of 5, Josh, was given anxiety medication, it caused Akathisia and Dystonia. Both are physical disorders causing involuntary and uncontrolled body movement and have left him disabled. Olivia’s son was prescribed psychiatric drugs to treat Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD). Olivia soon noticed side effects and refused to continue giving him the pills. He was taken by social services and hospitalised. Denis from Russia used to work for a pharmaceutical company in the US but after meeting his wife, who had suffered from the side effects of antidepressants for most of her life, he started questioning the necessity for such widespread psychiatric prescribing. Their claims are supported by lawyers and medical professionals. Psychiatrist Dr. Peter Breggin is a vocal critic of psychiatric medication. He is adamant that the drugs are toxic and that many problems people talk to physiatrists about can be treated without resorting to drugs. His book on how to stop taking psychiatric medicines has helped thousands of patients who have struggled with the challenge. RTD meets a few of them. SUBSCRIBE TO RTD Channel to get documentaries firsthand! http://bit.ly/1MgFbVy FOLLOW US RTD WEBSITE: https://RTD.rt.com/ RTD ON TWITTER: http://twitter.com/RT_DOC RTD ON FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/RTDocumentary RTD ON DAILYMOTION http://www.dailymotion.com/rt_doc RTD ON INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/rtd_documentary_channel/ RTD LIVE https://rtd.rt.com/on-air/
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