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Old 12-12-2018, 03:40 PM   #1
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Has anyone used clartin for anxiety?
I have a cold and i used it for my cold symptoms which really didn't help on that part but i notice a calming today and emotionless i also took L-thenaine which helped but was working to good this week, i was pretty nervous and nausea this medication seemed to help. i am not sure if it is safe long term or not i know there is vistiral.
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Old 12-12-2018, 06:52 PM   #2
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I don't know that Claritin is good for anxiety per se, but I feel less anxious when I feel better, so maybe you do, too.
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I've never heard of it helping anxiety, but that's cool if it works for you. It's certainly safer than a benzo. It might be a good idea to ask your doctor about it though.
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Visraril is used for anxiety ,it is an antihistamine. Clarion is also an antihistamine so it may have some similar anti anxiety properties.
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Claritin, not clarion auto correct,
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Has anyone used clartin for anxiety?
I have a cold and i used it for my cold symptoms which really didn't help on that part but i notice a calming today and emotionless i also took L-thenaine which helped but was working to good this week, i was pretty nervous and nausea this medication seemed to help. i am not sure if it is safe long term or not i know there is vistiral.
I used to take this for allergies until it quite working. I never heard of it working on anxiety.
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I've never heard of it helping anxiety, but that's cool if it works for you. It's certainly safer than a benzo. It might be a good idea to ask your doctor about it though.
I agree! I think you should consult a doctor ask questions. I used to take this medicine for allergies and never work for any of my anxiety attack.
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Itís definitely an interesting question. Good idea to ask your doctor.
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I think you should ask your doctor, detour1. Are there any side effects you're feeling right now? I think that's important to consider. If it's working for you, though, that's great! Sending many hugs
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I think you should ask your doctor, detour1. Are there any side effects you're feeling right now? I think that's important to consider. If it's working for you, though, that's great! Sending many hugs
No i didn't take it today but when i took it i had no side effects
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