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Stress, personal problems, stretched working hours, smoker, alcoholic. Taking nexito medication. Treatment?

i was suggested by my doctor to use nexito 10 mg for 3-4 months. I stopped taking it when my condition improved. i am going through a very disastrous condition in my life and i am getting same symptoms. to keep myself involved i stretched my working hours , started taking alcohol and even smoking but to no avail.Should i start using this medicine age is 26, weight :60 kg
Asked On : Thu, 12 Jul 2012
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Oct 2012
hi..well, escitalopram is a good choice for your problem..but probably you should get adjusted in dealing with stress as everybody goes through it in some point of their life, still they can cope up..get some stress-management skills learnt..consult your psychiatrist once again and counseling may help..and please, alcohol is not a solution for stress as it begets other health-related problems..don't discontinue medication without consultation..have a good health
Answered: Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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