I worry a lot and fear all the time that something will go wrong. I am tired of it.
I am on Citalopram+ clonazepam since last 7 years. Initially, I was advised citalopram-20mg+clonazepam-2mg once at bedtime, for one month. Then, rather than stopping the same gradually, from time to time, I increase/decrease the dose. Mr dr. had told me to stop it after some time but it seems, i am afraid to stop.
Since last 5 years, I have lost interest in business, not attending my office. My elder brother looks after it. I just listen to my music all the time. I am a family man, full of responsibilities, but am afraid of taking any initiavtive. I'm not willing to go to any Dr. Pl. advise.
99,9% of the time we worry about things that never happen. Just forbid yourself to worry. It is a waste of energy.
You should only worry about what you can do something about, which isn't much. Drugs, medications are very hard to stop taking (trust me I know), but you have to take the first step, gradually step down until your off (sounds easy but its not).
The way I handle worries is that im a pessimisr I expect every thing to go wrong, so when they aren't as bad as I imagined I'm plesently surprised and happy. I have been through alot of very hard things in my life, probably worse than what you worry about. I survived so can you, in fact im a stronger person for it.
So don't hide from life take a stand and chalenge it to try and nock you down, then stand up and keep going. you will be a stronger person for it.
When I'm worried about something going wrong, I always ask myself what is the worst thing that could happen if it does ... and usually discover it's not worth worrying about.
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i worry as well iam aslo on Ciltalopram its nice to know iam not the only one who has this problem sometimes it can be soooo overwhelming
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