Hi has anyone tryed kalms

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Hi has anyone tryed kalms and has it helps them 

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    Hi Ambee29651

    I would say Kalms are useful for mild anxiety at best (such as a bit of a hangover!) but not for modereate to severe anxiety. If, however, you're trying to combat anxiety without prescription medication they are better than nothing. You could try kalms alongside counselling/CBT to help you feel a little stronger. But they don't have a hugely noticable effect I'm afraid.

    Do you have severe anxiety?

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    I have tried them before but didnt really do anything, they did help me sleep a little better but not really relax my anxiety. 
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    Ambee, everyone reacts individually to things.  I had beta blockers many years ago and didnt have bad reactions.  not sure if they helped or palpitations went anyway.  Took kalms and valerian and got  palpitations.  not sure which gave me it, but I googled Kalms and they can do this to some folk.  if you try and palps get worse, just stop.  As I say, people react differently to things sometimes.
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    Hiya, ive been taking propranolol 40mg twice a day for a good few months now they have helped the palpitations but thats about all, haven't had any problems with them though.
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    Used to treat palpitations, ...betablockers.
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    I tried Kalms for over a week and it did help me somewhat. I felt settled but it doesnt stop the palpitations. I am now on Propronalol which is used for the palps

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