What's worse? The problem or the side effects of the drugs used to treat the problem?
I often see clients for stress, anxiety, panic attacks and depression. Most of them are already on a drug. But they're still suffering! A pain-killer will kill the pain but an anti-depressant won't kill the depression. It may cover it up; make it a bit easier to live with. But it won't cure it. You still have to find the "cure".
The listed side effects of many drugs may add to the feelings of depression – effects such as insomnia and weight gain, headaches and nausea.
So if you’re starting to get stressed or anxious - or if something has happened to you – or around you – that is affecting your wellbeing get help fast. First try relaxation CDs, yoga or if you enjoy it, go to the gym. Talk to a friend or trusted family members. Then look for a therapist. PAY. It will be worth it. Talk to your doctor about therapy – but go for the drugs last.
I can’t promise you anything – but hypnotherapy and NLP techniques are fast and effective. My clients will tell you their stories.