Our expert says:
Now THAT, elfen reader, is something one should discuss with a GP, preferably a Cardiologist, who uses such drugs daily. 70 sounds reasonable. Ask your GP who presumably had been checking your pulse and should have known that it rests at 65. I cant recall anyone having anxiety, let alone a panic attack, and maintaining a pulse of 65. That's be a pretty laid back panic.
She's quite right that Alzam is one of a family of drufs which can cause dependency problems, especially when taken continuously ( daily ) for 2 or more months.
But why aren't you seeing a specialist psychiatrist for a fresh assessment and a discussion of better treatment options for your anxiety and panic ? CBT counselling can be excellent and has no risks, and somedrugs also used as antidepressants can be very helpful
I'm so pleased to hear you're about to start the CBT, and look forward to hearing about how well it's doing ! I'd have my fingers crossed, but (a) CBT IS effective, and (b) crosed fingers make it much harder to type
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