That overwhelmed feeling that may cause you to immediately snap or yell at those close to you when inneracting.
Hi, it can have a wonderfully calming effect. Everyone reacts to medications differently, but i have found it to work very well as do friends of mine. You might need a bit of trial & error to find the correct dose for you, but your doctor will advise you on this. I would say give it a go...
I can only speak from my experience... when the doctor put me on it she said it is almost like klonopin as far as the calming effect, and also treats b/p... chest pain..angina etc..it calms the heart down from racing etc... I wish it would have worked good enough so I didn't have to resort to benzo's had no choice nothing worked for me.. for me it did help just not good enough for my panic/agoraphobia is contantly through the rough..and that wasn't the reason the doc put me on it she put me on for heart issues... angina..b/p.. but I was asking her how it would make me feel etc..like side effects... feeling dizzy etc.. and since I new how klonopin made me feel for I was on it once before I was put on the propronal then doctor took me off, but I am on it now for yrs the klonopin for they came to the realization that all my heart issues was panic related... so after quite a bit of being on the propronal they put me back on klonopon...
it is a good med though and it might just work good enough for you only time will tell..I wish u nothing but good health..
Be sure you report effects to the doctor. Not everyone feels the same.
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