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Have chronic, negative thoughts, lack of confidence. Taking fluocetine and nexito. Is switching to ayuervedic medicine advisible?

I really want to come out come from my anxiety which is quite chronic. Negative thoughts, lack of confidence, pancik attacks especially in the morning are common. Since last 3 weeks I am taking Fluocetine 20 mg and nexito 10 mg which seems to be working. I am worried though for its addiction. What should be long term therapy? Trying to do breathing exercise but I am not regular. Also thinking to switch to Ayuervedic medicine as long term maintenance. Ps advise.
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
If you are asking- why am i always thinking negative..
It could be well be because you are wired to self - criticism, you have a lot self - loathing inside you, which manifest externally as negative thoughts.
Here are some tips to escape negative thoughts.
1.Meditate or do Yoga. It took your focus from your thoughts and brought your attention to your breath. Yoga is very relaxing which helped ease your mind.
2. Do Smile...Stand infront of a mirror and force yourself to smile. It really does help change your mood and relieve stress.
3.Surround yourself with positive peoples.....Call a friend who you knew can give you construtive , yet loving feedback
4.Change the tone of your thoughts from negative to positive
5. Don't play the victim you create your life- take responsibility.
6.Remember that no one is perfect and let yourself move forward.
7.Read positive Quotes.
8.Help some one...Take the focus away from you and do something nice for another person.
9.Sing....Singing is show our feelings and this provides an amazing stress relief.
Take Brahmi 2 caps two times a day before food.
Take Divya medha vati - 2 tabs after food.two times.
Answered: Sun, 21 Apr 2013
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Homeopath Dr. Rachel Indukuri's  Response
Hello and welcome to healthcare magic forum !

I'm a homoepathic physician So I would advise you to take homeopathy as it has no side effects! also

in ayurveda you can take a certain diet which the ayurvedic physician advises as these depression and

other mind related problems can occur from defeciency of trace minerals in our body which can be

assessed well by an ayurvedic doctor and he can give you a good diet. for long term treatment howvere

it is better you take homoepathic.

Wishing you good health
Answered: Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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