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Want anti-anxiety drug. Tried Franxit and Alprax

hi iám a female of 32 years. married from past 12 years and well settled with two kids. having a wondreful husband and a nice job. suddenly a man come into my life and i dont know how i got so attached with him. we both were ready to leave our family. but suddenly he cheated me a nd went off...iám not coming out of it...My heart beats very fast, i miss him and not able to concentrate any where...pls prescribe a anti anxiety drug where my mind is at an ease... i ve tried with franxit and alparx but nothing is working..his thoughts haunt me all the time..Plz help.
Asked On : Sat, 20 Oct 2012
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Psychiatrist 's  Response

welcome to health care magic

Relax and don't worry.

As per your description you have depressive and anxiety features for which you should consult a psychiatrist so that you can easily get out of it

Treatment available are
1) Medication
3)Relaxation exercises like deep breathing, yoga or meditation

Secondly, you should talk the matter with someone (a friend)and let your thoughts ventilate

Good Luck

Answered: Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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General & Family Physician Dr. Syed Husnain Sohail's  Response
hi,as you have written about your kids and wonderful husband,try to enjoy life with your you are in traumatic phase of cheating from your love,but I am sure you can fight this phase with your will power and is advised that during free time try to mix with others in office and while you are at home,give maximum time to your family and to your favourite hobby.if complains persist and you can not afford to wait then see some psychiatrist for help.
Answered: Sat, 20 Oct 2012
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