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Effexor Withdrawal

Effexor withdrawal symptoms can occur at any dosage. Effexor withdrawl symptoms can begin within eight hours of a missed dose and can last from one to eight weeks. Effexor withdrawal symptoms can easily last beyond eight weeks.

Obviously, the best way to avoid Effexor withdrawal is to avoid Effexor. Consider using Deprex, the natural alternative, for depression symptoms. Deprex quickly, safely, effectively and gently eases depression symptoms without the side effects or withdrawal symptoms typically associated with Effexor and other antidepressants.

If already using Effexor, the best advice is to taper off slowly instead of going “cold turkey.” It is important to develop a specific tapering schedule with your health care provider to minimize Effexor withdrawl symptoms. Anyone discontinuing Effexor runs the risk of suffering from withdrawal symptoms.

Over 50 different symptoms have been reported with antidepressant withdrawal, with dizziness nausea, fatigue, headache, gait instability and insomnia the most common. The lucky ones will experience only minor Effexor withdrawal symptoms. They might even blame their Effexor withdrawal symptoms on the flu. For others, the Effexor withdrawal symptoms are debilitating.

Effexor, Paxil, Zoloft and Lexapro top the “Worst Offenders” list of withdrawal symptoms. Almost 80 percent of people experience withdrawal symptoms when discontinuing Effexor. At least half the people who stop using Paxil experience withdrawal symptoms. The newer medications Serzone, Wellbutrin and Remeron rarely produce withdrawal symptoms.

Withdrawal is most common with antidepressants that have a short half-life. A half-life is the amount of time it takes for half the drug to clear from your body. Effexor, tricyclics, MAOIs and most SSRIs all have the potential to cause withdrawal symptoms.

Of the SSRIs, Prozac generally causes the least amount of withdrawal symptoms because of its long half-life of two to four days. In comparison, Effexor has a half-life of about five hours. Effexor withdrawal symptoms can begin after missing a single dose.

Withdrawal Symptoms:
Anxiety
Dizziness
Jolting electric "zaps”
Tingling sensations
Vertigo
Fatigue
Headache
Insomnia
Nausea
Visual hallucinations
Diarrhea
Blurred vision
Muscle and joint pain
Gait disturbances
Vomiting
Restlessness
Tremors
Sweating
Fever
Abdominal discomfort
Aggression
Sleep disturbance and insomnia
Nightmares
Vivid dreams
Flu symptoms and general malaise
Anorexia, agitation
Irritability
Confusion
Memory and concentration difficulties
Lethargy
Weakness
Myalgia
Chills and hot flashes
Crying spells
Suicidal thoughts

One particularly disturbing antidepressant withdrawal symptom is hallucinations. While working through the physical and emotional effects of Effexor withdrawl symptoms, hallucinations can make the sufferer feel as if they are going crazy. You are not going crazy. You unwittingly became hooked on a drug that your doctor, by prescribing it, told you was okay.

Like Celex, Paxil, Prozac, Zoloft and other SSRI antidepressants, Deprex aids in the production, increase and release of serotonin. Unlike prescriptive antidepressant medications, Deprex is a non-prescriptive, all-natural “antidepressant” that provides the necessary dietary precursors to complement the body's own ability to produce and release Serotonin. Deprex also affects Norepinephrine activity while reducing Cortisol secretion. This natural rebalancing of brain biochemistry calms anxiety while easing depression - all without side effects.

Effexor can cause serious side effects. Weight gain is a common Effexor side effect. Sexual side effects are also common with Effexor use. Less common but life threatening is the increased risk of suicide.

Do not stop taking Effexor without first talking to your doctor. Your doctor may need to gradually reduce the dose before stopping Effexor completely. Suddenly stopping Effexor may cause unpleasant and potentially serious side effects and withdrawal symptoms.

*This antidepressant drug information does not endorse Effexor, diagnose patients or recommend therapy. The information contained herein is not intended to cover all possible warnings, uses, precautions, drug interactions, allergic reactions, or adverse side effects of Effexor. If you have questions about the drugs you are taking, check with your health care provider or pharmacist. The information provided should not be construed to indicate that Effexor is safe, effective or appropriate.

 


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