Posted by: Jay | 2019/07/08


Lorien vs Cilift

Hi, My husband has been taking Lorien for a few year now but feels like it just not working any more and he get serious anxiety. He wanted to try cilift again which he's also taken some time ago, my question is that will it make a difference for him at all and if so how does he transition into changing the meds. currently he's taking 1 lorien at night

Expert's Reply


Depression expert
- 2019/07/09

Hello Jay,
As all such drugs require a prescription, any change would need to involve your doctor, either a specialist psychiatrist (which would be useful, for a re-assessment of his condition and all alternative treatment options ) or a GP.  There are many alternatives among antidepressants, and I wonder if he responded well to the Cilift in the past, and whether those benefits remained as long as he was taking it.
Another alternative worth considering and asking about would be CBT, Cognitive-Behavior Therapy,  a specific type of counseling, which has been found in good research to be about as effective as the drugs, and can help him to regain the ability to control the anxiety himself.

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Posted by: Lorna | 2019/07/29

Hi I am trying to find out what ingredients are in a Cilift tablet

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