Lexapro - first couple of days - very suprised

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Stresshead28
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   Posted 2/17/2012 2:19 AM (GMT -6)   
i have just started on lexapro and i have to save i am seeing some major changes in myself
 
originally i was on mirtzapine 15mg soltab and i really used them to sleep as i work rotating shifts and weird hours but i was still having panic attacks and anxiety issues which hopitalized me on several occasions with concerns
 
my average day if i am not working is to sleep till noon - still feeling like crap i make an effort to get up - i try to excersice but i just dont find the energy most days and when i do i feel ill for a few days
 
heres the change : i started lexapro 10mg 2 days ago - first thing i noticed in the mornings is for some odd reason i woke up around 8am refreshed and feeling the need to get up and do something - before noon i had got up played with the kids, had shower, gone to the supermarket, got a hair cut, got some flowers for my wife and now at work feeling great - also my eyes feel strange like they are clearer or things appear more real - dunno its weird but yeah feeling great - lots of energy - and when i walk small areas i dont get rapid heart rates anymore - heart is rested ever since i started on the drug
 
this is very odd for me i am not complaining but i cant see how taking a drug can work so quickly
 
anyone else had similar effects - i havent noticed any side effects either

theHTreturns...
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   Posted 2/17/2012 3:43 AM (GMT -6)   
hi jamie here.

haven't noticed a drug work so quick for me, this is great for you. it is a very powerful anti-depressant. we are all different, this just might be the right medication for you. :-)
keep us posted.

~jamie
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   Posted 2/17/2012 5:23 AM (GMT -6)   
Horray!!!

I am very happy for you. Way to go!!!

I hope this continues.

Hugs, Karen
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