After 14 years on Effexor, mg/day, never missing a dose, my body had . Have you ever been forced to quit antidepressants cold turkey. You should not quit Effexor cold turkey. Doing so can result in withdrawal symptoms. Instead, it is recommended that you slowly taper off Effexor under a doctor's. Do you plan on stopping Effexor XR cold turkey? Or have you set up a tapering protocol with your doctor? These are some questions to ask.
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Just wanted some thoughts…. Help is a phone call away. I have a feeling of dizziness when walking and waves of vertigo like disorientation. Effexor Withdrawal and Detox Table of Contents 1. Stay strong. Good luck! While Effexor withdrawal symptoms are rarely life-threatening, they can be uncomfortable and interfere with your daily life. I started at mg for about a year. Others report the sensation spreads out to other parts of the body. Subscribe to our newsletters. Best of wishes to you, pledge. Posted by richyrich richyrichJan 11, In reply to careth2 "Hi there! I don't notice any brain zaps. Since i only took it a couple months does anyone have any idea when i will at least feel somewhat normal? The extended release tablets and capsules are taken one time per day with or without food. But eeffexor the end I was only getting them about once a month. Now at least I am able to relax knowing that this clld shall pass and is not a permanent change in my character. Thank you for this information. We comply with the HONcode standard for trustworthy health information - verify here. Increases blood flow to the muscles Provokes a rise in heart rate Has a role gojng the fight-or-flight response. It is important to discuss the risks and benefits of treatment with your doctor and caregivers. Yes to the coldness symptom. I was beginning to fear that this was my true self and have been horrified. Then after about 3 months start the entire cycle again by going from mg to 75 mg. I never had any anxiety issues until weaning off of this medicine. Terrified to go back to sleep.