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Dyna

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#322335 How I recovered from DP with the help of a drug called Lamictal

Posted by Dyna on 18 February 2014 - 08:52 PM

Congrats on your recovery. Can you tell me how long you had DP for? And what caused the onset? Is 25mg of Lamictal the only medication you are taking. Did you try many other drugs? Thanks, Dyna


#246534 feeling a tons better!!!!

Posted by Dyna on 30 December 2011 - 07:29 PM

Hi Lisa,

Did you take any meds besides supplements to aid your recovery. Also would you mind listing all the supps you found useful for recovery.
Thanks,
Dyna


#228039 Feeling SO much better

Posted by Dyna on 11 April 2011 - 06:13 PM

Hmm that's weird. I don't know why it says that I'm not accepting pms. Anyways, to answer your questions, absolutely. I have made the most progress in recovery since I have come off of all medication. I do believe that the klonopin helped me function when I was at the point that I was suicidal and unable to get out of bed. I had severe social anxiety and panic attacks and it allowed me to get out of bed and out into public. Still, after a point (and I wish I could give a time frame but I can't) the klonopin actually stopped my progress and started causing excessive anxiety, memory problem, sleep problems. Once I came completely off of it, I saw that it had really not been helping at all. Like I said, I wish I could tell you when it changed from being helpful to being harmful but I can't because I believed that I needed it and it was only retrospectively that I saw it for what it was.

Thanks Vallygirl. I think you are doing great and long may it continue and really appreciate all the support! Dyna


#228021 Feeling SO much better

Posted by Dyna on 11 April 2011 - 01:29 PM

wow. that's great. congratulations.

That's just brill news! Well done.


#214110 Has anyone had a fear of hurting someone?

Posted by Dyna on 07 December 2010 - 06:43 PM

These thoughts are typical with severe anxiety. They are generally referred to as obsessive or intrusive thoughts. Remember they are just frightening thoughts and not desires!! When your anxiety decreases so will the thoughts. I promise.


#204033 Perfuming before sleep :P

Posted by Dyna on 02 September 2010 - 04:21 PM

Try putting a drop of lavender oil on your pillow at night instead. I find that very relaxing as I am going to sleep.