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 I'm always afraid of what's other people think.?
I'm extremely shy around other people. Only at home, do I feel like myself, but it affects my relationships with friends and family, because I'm always so depressed. I've been told ...

 Is Tourettes Syndrome a Psychological disorder?

 What are the syntoms of bi polar depression?

 confused on atypical and major depression as well as medication?
I'm disgnoised with major depression but starting to believe it could be aytpical because there is times when I get happy, almost like a high and then when it's over and I'm alone, I ...

 Mental health uk?
To cut a long story short i have had depression & anxiety for 6 years i have been to the doctor he refered me to counseling and also mental health i was told i had clinical depression. Anways The ...

 On average, how many hours of sleep do you get on a normal weekend night?
This is for a math survey of mine....

 Do I honestly have depression? Im so confused with myself!?
I've seen my therapist twice and she made me do a depression test to see how depressed I am. Apparently I scored pretty darn high. Then I did Beck Depression Inventory today, and I scored above ...

 Did anyone else have selective mutism as a child? Has it had any effect on you as an adult?

 Will the stigma attached to mental health ever boil down to being as common and as unfeared as...?
the common cold or the ful virus? Or will those who suffer by no fault of their own continue to suffer in silence for fear of backlash due to their condition?
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 What do you think of people who become obessed with you from Y!Answers?
To the point that they follow who you pick for best answer and also follow your questions later just to give their opinon of your last question? Shouldn't stalking be banned from Y! Answers?

I know I'm depressed, irritable more like it, which med is the best?
I've been on Lexapro for years, then weaned myself off of them, and was getting really irritable and people/family telling me I needed to get back on them, even called my dr. who put me on them, and told them, and he said start them back, I go the 27th to him, but, I can't take Lexapro now, I swell up, my head hurts so bad, pain pills fromt he dr. won't touch it, and can't get out of bed...he said stay off until I see him...so, which is the best to take, tried Wellbutrin, can't take that, tried most all but the new Cymbalta, which he says is like all of them, and I don't want to gain the weight back either, I've lost weight being off of them, but, my family says, I need to get on them, and forget about the weight, that I need to be me again, which to me, I'm just getting mad at things I have good reason for, but, they liked me when I was just sweet, and would let the world crash around me, and be fine..any suggestions..

No offense, but it sounds like you take to many meds. Get out of the house and join a gym or start a walking routine. You will feel much better. Healthier for you too.

ken m
I feel you pain all my life I have played this game what I would recommend is Seroquel and Topamax the to together work well Seroquel will make you relax and feel happier and the Topamax is a mood stabilizer but more important its side effect is weight loss good luck !

Violet Pearl
Stop with the drugs and heal your body.

One of the problems with pharmaceticals is that they are designed to scoop as much money out of your pocket as possible. In North America, perscription drugs have risen over 40% in the past decade alone. And women are the single most overmedicated group. The companies are in it to make money, pure and simple. That explains just some of reasons why it's so expensive, as well as dangerous. Testing for years costs soooo much, instead of just getting it on the shelves...

There are many remedies available that are totally safe, self-administered, and nearly as cheap as dirt. Raw herbs are a few dollars a bag. Get them as fresh as possible, and make the infusions and decoctions yourself. EFA as flax seed oil is a few bucks a pop.


And don't forget to treat the main causes once you are back on your feet. Some commonly missed ones are:

"Candida Albicans has been linked to a number of health conditions including; asthma, depression, dizziness, fatigue, headaches, hypoglycemia, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), learning disabilities, menstrual problems, Migraines, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Syndrome (MCSS), Prostatitis, sinus problems, and Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)."

Seasonal Affective Disorder

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"The symptoms of premenopause and perimenopause vary. Some women experience mood changes, depression, insomnia, irregular and/or heavy periods, hot flashes, and weight gain (particularly during the perimenopause phase). Some women notice memory impairment, in particular "fuzzy thinking." http://www.energeticnutrition.com/vitalzym/hormonebal.html

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