Dating someone who takes prozac
I stopped taking it because I felt as if it wasnt helping me for any of my illnesses anymore like i built a tolerance to the prozac. i became alot more irritable and very edgy while on it too. Havent took it in 6 months and still VERY irritable and edgy.It has become a lot worse i get angry so easily..i Feel as if i cant handle anything anymore without having a complete mental and emotional breakdown of either sadness or anger Hives all over body.For the more than 121 million people worldwide suffering from depression, medicating their disease with prescription drugs has almost become commonplace.In fact, the American Journal of Health reports that there are more than 2.7 million prescriptions written for antidepressant drugs each year in the United States alone.The latest issue raised by the scientific community questions the effect anti-depressants have on our overall emotional state.These drugs may actually affect us in ways other than simply relieving feelings of depression.Prozac helped me, but eventually we realized it was the reason I couldn't move for hours on end. Prozac, for me, was not the right match with the side effects I HAD A BIT OF INSOMNIA AND SOME SELF HARM RISKS WHICH WERE NOT MADE KNOWN TO ME BUT DOCTOR SAID THEY SHOULD PASS BUT AFTER THAT THEY WERE A GODSEND TO ME.
She says that the antidepressant keeps her ‘on an even keel’.
Prozac is also prescribed to treat obsessive-compulsive disorder.
An obsession is a thought that won't go away; a compulsion is an action done over and over to relieve anxiety.
Pronounced: PRO-zak Full Prozac Prescribing Information Prozac Medication Guide: A Warning About Children and Adolescents Taking Antidepressants Prozac is prescribed for the treatment of depression--that is, a continuing depression that interferes with daily functioning.
The symptoms of major depression often include changes in appetite, sleep habits, and mind/body coordination; decreased sex drive; increased fatigue; feelings of guilt or worthlessness; difficulty concentrating; slowed thinking; and suicidal thoughts.