Posted 11/22/2019 7:33 PM (GMT -6)
As for exercising with Zoloft, the net warns against this.
Drugs.com says Zoloft is an anti-depressant and can be used to treat panic attacks. The side effects can include "drowsiness, tiredness, feeling dizziness, anxious or agitated."
Healthline.com says, "Add in the side effects from a few prescription or over-the-counter medications, and it’s easy to see how certain drugs can wreak havoc on your workout.
"From accidentally injuring yourself while lifting weights when you’re drowsy, to risk of dehydration, elevated blood pressure, and overheating, the potential dangers should be on your radar. That way, you can take steps to exercise safely.
"While this list doesn’t cover every drug that could negatively impact your sweat session, it covers some of the more common ones."
One of the 7 medicines healthline.com lists as not compatible with exercise is Zoloft.
One of the websites said, how does it make you feel when you exercise on" Zoloft, in your case.
You said when you exercise on Zoloft, " My heart is keep beating fast sometimes like I’m having a nervous breakdown." Your body is letting you know these two things don't mix.
Would you take a drink of alcohol and then go exercise? No. The two are not exactly the same, but both are drugs, and you are putting a drug in your body, then pushing your body.
You can go to the web and ask in the search engine the question of, "Medicine and exercise" or "Zoloft and exercise."