what is your reason of quitting taking zoloft?
would you reccomend others to zoloft?
Thank you very much.
My Dr. prescribed me Zoloft. I havent taken it yet as I am doing research about Zoloft before taking it as prescribed.
Did zoloft actually make you have a better life, happier, etc?
Why did you deiced to quit taking zoloft?
Would you recommend others to take Zoloft?
I have been on Zoloft for a little over 2 years now. I had a Dr. put me on this medicine during an extremely hard time in my life. While Zoloft can help you initially....it is NOT a good med to continue on.
This is a very addictive A.D and I have found that most people stay on Zoloft for their entire lives. Long term use of this medicine can actually backfire and have a negative affect on your well being.
I did find it helpful when I first started and as time went on (I know I speak for others as well) things got worse. During my second year on Zoloft I began to become more irritable and I never slept as well. Not to mention that if I missed a dose it would be complete hell.
It all comes down to this....no human being should be this dependant on a drug. Currently I am experiencing some major withdrawals in my efforts to rid myself of this addiction. I am on day 4 and I have extreme brain shivers, headaches, tiredness, waves of intense emotion and nausea. I plan to keep everyone posted on my improvements.
Hope all of this helps.
Remember God never intended for us to be so chained and held down to such a drug. We can’t go through our whole lives dependant on anything but ourselves.
I hope you are doing well. keep on fighting... I am sure you will win. I heard the first 2 weeks is the hardest. Whatever happend, dont let zoloft win.
i have been off zoloft for a week( my own decision) and currently suffering terrible vertigo and emotional up's and downs but i am determined not to keep taking it as i was'nt depressed in the first place, just suffering back pain, stay strong folks.
While taking Zoloft, I had very little side effects, the most irritating being the Zoloft headache that I would get if I missed a dose or was late taking it. However, coming off of it has proven to be troublesome. I am having significant dizziness and vivid unsettling dreams.
I'd like to point out that different people metabolize meds differently. I tried several before being put on Zoloft. We, my doctors and I, finally went with Zoloft because I discovered my father was on it. I actually have anxiety issues rather than depression. Before starting anything, talk to your family and see if they have taken these types of meds and how their experience was. I hope that gives some insight. Best of luck!!