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Anxiety (also called angst or worry) is a Psychology and Physiology state characterized by Somatic nervous system, emotion...
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Other name: Elavil (Elavil)
Other name: Valium (Valium)
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Amitriptyline (Elavil, Tryptizol, Laroxyl, Sarotex, Lentizol) is a tricyclic antidepressant (TCA). It is the most widely used TCA and has at least equal efficacy against major depression as the newer class of SSRIs. As well ...
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Diazepam , first marketed as Valium by Hoffmann-La Roche is a benzodiazepine drug. Diazepam is also marketed in Australia as Antenex. It is commonly used for treating anxiety, insomnia, seizures including status epilepticus, muscle spasms (such as...
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Amitriptyline (Elavil, Tryptizol, Laroxyl, Sarotex, Lentizol) is a tricyclic antidepressant (TCA). It is the most widely used TCA and has at least equal efficacy against major depression as the newer class of SSRIs. As well ...
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Diazepam , first marketed as Valium by Hoffmann-La Roche is a benzodiazepine drug. Diazepam is also marketed in Australia as Antenex. It is commonly used for treating anxiety, insomnia, seizures including status epilepticus, muscle spasms (such as...
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I had to get up for work the next day I felt really sleepy...
" ...10mg Amitriptyline the other night and it knocked me out which was great but when I had to get up for work the next day I felt really sleepy still... "

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SE) C & E are adrenergic drugs (no muscarinic SE...
" ...Choice (TCAs known for antimuscarinic SE) C & E are adrenergic drugs (no muscarinic SE) A: Diazepam = BDZ (no anti-muscarinic SE)... "

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helped me way more than nortriptyline (Pamelor)....
" Amitriptyline helped me way more than nortriptyline ...diet is impossible for me due to being celiac and further intolerances to soy, nuts, peanuts. Benzos help, but I am looking... "

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Amitriptyline at low doses can be effective for...
" ...think benzos are a great choice for insomnia, even though I'm on a ...you, can't take Z-drugs (Ambien and its ...things in my sleep. Amitriptyline at low doses can be effective for inso... "

you feel groggy to begin with but I have no side affects...
" ...took two diazepam and a 10mg ...higher dose of amitriptyline - possibly 25-50mg - for a full 12 hours, they make you feel groggy to begin with but I have no side a... "

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as amytriptiline - which did NOTHING. Fentanyl worked but...
" ...Re meds- I tried pregabalin, and lyrica and had disastrous side effects.. horribly restless ...well as amytriptiline - which did NOTHING. Fentanyl ...made me a mad woman! Diazepam really help... "

and amitriptyline and anti psycotics fuck knows why....
" ...heard about it being cut with benzos and as someone pointed out rohipnol and amitriptyline and anti psycotics fuck knows why. anyo... "

been on amitrip. and was told I could just stop it which...
" I have been on amitrip. and was told I could ...as the withdrawl for me was worse than benzos. Have a feeling it was... "

given the tricyclic anti-depressant Amitriptyline to help...
" ...whereby the docs don't like prescribing Benzos. I'm now given the tricyclic anti-depressant Amitriptyline to help me sleep and it does work, but does nothing to help with... "

Do you take Amitriptyline? that helps to relax you and also...
" ...Amitriptyline? that helps to relax you and also good for sleeping. I have to take diazepam when i am feeling like you. TENS machine can help with pain too,... "

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