Medication to suppress or get rid of the emotions?

medication to suppress or get rid of the emotions? Feelings have my life as long as I can remember, and I want gone bankrupt them. I do not think fo...


medication to suppress or get rid of the emotions?
Feelings have my life as long as I can remember, and I want gone bankrupt them. I do not think for the cost it takes care of reason. I seriously want to just go away. They hurt and tarnish my thinking. And I’m sick of it. No replies to douchebaggy that I need to believe in a false deity or faith in me or something. I just want the list of drugs that do it. So that the next time you visit a psychiatrist I can ask. And I had a feeling jaded empty on Lexapro, which btw it was wonderful. But now I think may need a higher dose, because they come back Best Answer (s):.

reply by Nina
dear, I speak with your psychiatrist about where to recommend from here, and tell them how you feel exactly as you did here. I will not suggest medications for you, because I’m not in a position here to appropriate mental health evaluation’m perform. Talk to your psychiatrist who has this information. I wish you the best.

Reply Soleil
Good luck, but take note. I’m here to answer your questions and show no judgment. While some medications can help you reduce your emotional instability, can you make changes to your lifestyle can dramatically affect this symptom. If you can these changes the frequency and intensity of emotions, and may your general ability to regulate your emotional reactions verbessern.Der best way to reduce emotional ups and downs, is to make a commitment to take good care of yourself. With all the requirements that you are facing, it may be easier said than done. However, the time is spend you cash on a self-care program, if you can improve your emotional Wohlbefinden.Gemeinsame anxiolytics include: Ativan (lorazepam), Klonopin (clonazepam) Xanax (alpazolam) Valium (diazepam) Buspar (buspirone) * Make it, this can be addicting machen.orschung has shown that these drugs can help often experienced by people with emotional sensibility with sadness, depression, anxiety and emotional reactivity, but they do not seem to have a strong effect on other symptoms of the disease . (eg, anger, impulsivity) Common antidepressants include Nardil (phenelzine), Prozac (fluoxetine), Zoloft (sertraline), Effexor (venlafaxine), Wellbutrin (bupropion) Of course I would want to discuss and explore these drugs specifically mentioned.


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