When I got a clean bill in regard to my health, it helped me so much. I began to dismiss this or that, and it's been great. I get a bit dizzy and lightheaded when I get up from my seat too fast.
I took metropolol, but can't remember how much it helped. My definition of it was... this is medication that is going to block these adrenaline rushes I feel when I am upset. It began when I thought I got on the wrong train in Connecticut and could not calm down even after I knew I was in the right place. I have taken Celexa as well. Later upgraded that to Lexapro. The Lexapro served me quite well, but there was the sexual side effect I did not want to cope with which is quite common especially in men. We all respond to medications differently. A doctor was talking to me about antidepressants and told me a specific story about Welbutrin. Welbutrin made me mean as a snake. He said he gave it to two relatives and one responded to it well while one did not. You'll be okay.
That is something. I also was put on Welbutrin and I was terrible on. Mean, just ask my wife. Glad I am off of it. I take Metropolol for for my heart and I can't get off that according to my Dr. It does help regulate my blood pressure, but I often wonder if it causes me to feel dizzy at times. Thanks for the response.