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Ativan/Lorazepam for public speaking anxiety?

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by pg600rr, Nov 10, 2009.

  1. MaryLF

    MaryLF New Member

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    Thankyou for the positive comments re combining Metopoprolol and Ativan/Lorezepam for performance anxiety.
    I have suffered this for years and avoided situations at all cost - or trie alcohol.
    After being out of work for a while, I'm back and due to give a huge presentation next week. The lead-up to my mental and physical star has been unbelievable and prompted me to see a GP yesterday. I'm playing around with dosages. Feel a little spacey on the 1mg Ativan but who cares.
    Looking forward to Monday's presentation. Drugs had better help!!!
    Cheers. Mary
     
  2. Harold falcon

    Harold falcon Senior member

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    Nice. Glad this got bumped.
     
  3. mariahb

    mariahb New Member

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    So this is a good way? I've had social anxiety for awhile and have a prescription for .5 and was wanting to take one so I don't pass out like I usually do. People talk shit about not turning to pills but they have no idea what the struggle with anxiety is like.
     
  4. mariahb

    mariahb New Member

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    Did this work for you? If so how much?
     

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