Awake depressed

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Hello Everyone

I have been suffering from major depression. i was diagnosed with mood disorder and took meditation for 1 year and i left medicine to take except clonazepam 2mg . i was living ok after awhile due to reading of side effects and addiction of benzo i tried to stop taking i but i started with tapering on for one month then i started again taking full of clonaepam 2mg its been 1 year now i m suffering panic attacks and anxiety. in this duration of one year i again started taper the tablet and started taking 1mg but it did not work and i m on the same situation and taking 2mg now i have been stucked now i wake up with major depression everyday and my left side of body is numb and painful too. i also suffer from IBS what should i do which doctor should i go anybody has any idea. My life has been mess and my career has been destructed

THANKS

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    Hi I am confused why you start tapering down your tablets? You should take what the doctor prescribed or they won't work for you. This is why you are suffering these symptoms. You need to have been feeling better for at least 6 months before attempting to slowly come off them. Even then your symptoms can return so you would need to go back on them again. x

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    hi aakasha, i rsad your post and thought maybe your medication isn't right for you. Go back to your doctor, the medication could be causing your increased ibs problems i would see if there was anything else you can say.

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    I think you start forming good close friends. Improve on your social life.

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