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Q: Natural Ways To Reduce Anxiety and Depression plus Paxil Risks ( No Answer,   2 Comments )
Subject: Natural Ways To Reduce Anxiety and Depression plus Paxil Risks
Category: Health > Alternative
Asked by: rgoyette2-ga
List Price: $50.00
Posted: 20 Oct 2005 09:50 PDT
Expires: 19 Nov 2005 08:50 PST
Question ID: 582646
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I'm looking for several wellness-related answers.
I'll pay $50 for good information.
Here is what I need:
1. Natural (and Proven) ways to reduce anxiety and depression.
2. Natural (and Proven) ways to reduce medications (such as effexor,
lorazepam, and lithium) for the symptoms in #1.
3. Natural (and proven) ways to increase the release of seratonin.
4. Research (in plain english) to determine if sunlight simulators
help depression during the winter season and what brands seem to get
the best results.
5. Research (in plain english) to explain the risks of taking Paxil while pregnant.
Thank you.
There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Natural Ways To Reduce Anxiety and Depression plus Paxil Risks
From: ed777-ga on 25 Oct 2005 08:48 PDT
, Exercise, all mentioned in Usually one makes
themselves anxious by the content of their thoughts. Learn how you
make yourself anxious.
Subject: Re: Natural Ways To Reduce Anxiety and Depression plus Paxil Risks
From: gunshiprose-ga on 26 Jul 2006 11:58 PDT
I am not looking for your money, I just thought I'd let you know that
taking Omega 3 supplements help with depression and anxiety.  As I
understand it, it helps open the neuroreceptors so you absorb more of
the seratonin you already have in your system.  That, and seeing a
psychologist, not a psychiatrist, for therapy would help. I find, in
my own experience, psychiatrists are quick to suggest medications.
They are doctors first, then they specialize.  Whereas a psychologist
is more involved with therapy from the start.  Psychologists cannot
write prescriptions (though that is changing in some states). Instead,
they teach you coping mechanisms to deal with the attacks as they
happen.  It depends on what type of depression you have been diagnosed
with and if you have an anxiety disorder.  An anxiety attack is just a
chemical response to a stimulus.  It all deals with adrenaline rushes
and your subconscious.  If you learn to literally "walk it off" and
tell yourself out loud "I am ok, there is no reason to be
threatened/scared/freaked out".  I'm not a doctor, just someone who
has learned how to deal with these things.  If you are worried about
the risks of Paxil and being pregnant, there are other non-drug ways
of therapy. Hope this helps.

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