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March 14, 2010


Driving Anxiety

I've also noticed a connection; during a time when I was going through a lot of stress and upheaval my digestive track started going crazy. It still is actually and I know the two are connected for a fact because I never had these problems before prior to this new event (which is still stressful for me).

Harry Shearer

It's not that bizarre. I've read this case of anxiety before where the patient was suffering from obsessive-compulsive disorder. He frequently washes his hands with anti-bacterial soap, until he ended up with broken skin and it got irritated.

Mind and body really got huge connections in so many ways. Like, the other cannot function well if the other is having troubles. In many cases, the person with mental illness (due to hormonal imbalances) takes over his body by doing unusual activities which can damage them physically. However, a natural remedy for anxiety could have been given by doctors if he sought for help earlier.

Michell Gibbs

Hi guys,

If you are suffering from depression over a period of time then you should take Bupropion (Wellbutrin, Wellbutrin SR), an

antidepressant (mood elevator),which is used to treat depression. Bupropion (Zyban) is used to help people stop smoking.

This medication may be taken with foodstuff if stomach upset occurs. Take doses at regularly planned times each day. Do not take more

or less drug than prescribed and follow your doctor's directions carefully. Taking more than the recommended dose of bupropion will

increase your risk of having a fit. Do not stop taking this medication without notifying your doctor. Since this medicine may cause

sleeplessness at first, it is best not to take this by bedtime. It may take 4 weeks or more before the full effects of this medication are


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