Most of my stresses come from life and family. If you cant remove the stresses how can you get thru some of them? I cant take any meds. for my Anxiety cuz they give me panic attacks, so i have added things like; Gastritis, Gurd, PVC's, other health issues. I cant exercise because of an injury (but i walk a lot shopping.. for exercise) My heart pill helps a little and my doc. even said to take 1/2 of it in the AM (like i do now) and 1/2 in the evening. Im afraid to add the second one cuz my meds. all together make me pretty tired and lazy. I also take prylosec, claritin. which all have a sleepy side effect when added together! I have kids with Anxiety, Add/Adhd, OCD, SPD, etc. So any ideas??? Sometimes I feel like I'm just waiting around to have a stroke or something and die.View Thread
I doubt it...weed usually causes paranoid symptoms and anxiety, plus can also cause heart palpitations. I was a smoker (as a teen) and it made me worse. not good for someone who is maybe struggling with Anxiety or ADD things. But... you could try it and see if it helps, everyone is different, but dont use it for too long- I know alot of people who were actively smoking it and they have hard times keeping jobs, making decisions, Act kind-of - not intelligent. It messes with you after long term use. Who wants to go there any sooner than you have to .LOLView Thread
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