Badges (2)

About

Member has chosen to not make this information public.

Pages

Member not yet following any Pages.

Posts (94)

Sat, Aug 24 1:46am · Does “Moringa” interact with Lexapro? in Depression & Anxiety

@gingerw I used to consume moringa but symptoms persist. It is now a week or so since last time I consumed moringa. When I visited the doctor he was unable to help me at all. Blood pressure, sugar and temperature are normal. He could not do anything to help me

Fri, Aug 23 12:24pm · Does “Moringa” interact with Lexapro? in Depression & Anxiety

@gingerw
I am taking moringa to ease my depression. I never took it before starting taking Lexapro, so I cannot decide whether the symptoms are usual or not. I used to drink two cups of moringa daily in the form of tea bags. According to my little experience with Lexapro and several herbs, There is sometimes interaction between Lexapro and some types of herbs. I think the scientists are more concerned with the interaction between medications rather than between medications and herbs. This is why there is little information about the interaction between medications and herbs. I used to consume moringa maybe five days ago but I still feel terrible!

Fri, Aug 23 11:57am · Does “Moringa” interact with Lexapro? in Depression & Anxiety

I feel terribly bad these days. A possible reason is consuming moringa. No online data was found about the suspected interaction. So can you help me? If you feel terrible without knowing why.. it is devastating. I wish I could know what causes me such a relapse!

Thu, Aug 22 7:09am · What causes depression? in Depression & Anxiety

I feel shocked to know that there is almost no one depressed among the Amish people, since they still maintain an old-fashioned lifestyle! However, a question popped up into my mind: What causes depression: lifestyle or innate traits like being a highly sensitive person? Some scientists say: change your traits and you will get better. Others would say change you lifestyle to be better. In fact I need clarification about it. If I am a highly sensitive person and face a hundred resentments a day while living an old lifestyle, will I be depressed? I hope I put it clear

Sat, Aug 17 12:37pm · How should I respond to criticism? in Depression & Anxiety

@hopeful33250 The method of affirmation is highly effective as of my experience. I will try to add it to my daily tasks

Sat, Aug 17 12:34pm · How should I respond to criticism? in Depression & Anxiety

In fact, @gingerw, this is a great defense mechanism. I have some problems. I am perfectionist. I also doubt that my perception is wrong and what people see is right! I am about to make an exhaustive list of event in which any of my family members has told me that I am stupid! If I ask them now one by one, they will tell me that I am genius. But in some cases they tend to see me as the sole source of problems in the world. Should I do such a list?

Tue, Aug 13 7:36am · How should I respond to criticism? in Depression & Anxiety

There are many ways to do so and they are available online. But what I wish to know is how should a depressed respond to destructive criticism internally? Yes here are three main things: depressed, destructive criticism & internally. I am depressed and facing many destructive criticism daily. If someone criticizes me, I can deal with him easliy. I can say for him that he is right and it is gone. But internally, the effect I carry when after days, how should I deal with it? Should I go thru the criticism to check whether it is true or not? If it is untrue I doubt it is true because the criticism has been made by someone else. If it is true, I become tense, stressed; add to that the cruel manner used to make the criticism, it made me feel worse about myself. Headaches, diziness, weak concentration, weak functioning, becoming drowsy… are all caused by the process of EXAMINING the criticism. So what to do?

Wed, Aug 7 11:56am · easily becoming stressed in Depression & Anxiety

I easily become stressed. Will the exposure to EXTREME stressors make me experience stress better than I am ? I mean “watch your fear” technique. If you feel becoming stressed when meeting people then do it. If I e expose to tough stressors is it helpful?