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I am suffering from anxiety for almost one year , I feel low esteem , no energy , dry mouth and nerve stress , and even some time too weak to walk , mean can,t can,t walk , feeling like nerve breakdown , and will feel down , I have used escitalopram for 8 months , now using sterline ( my consultant doctor is Zahid nazar psychiatric associate professor at lady ready Peshawr ) , but I am still satisfied from the treatment , y weight increases with the usage of antidepressants ,plz consult me
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Hello Friend, thanks for reaching out here for help. From the symptoms you mentioned, I see an interconnect through from ayurveda angle. Such symptoms are possible when your body is imbalanced with air energy called Vata. It affects in the form of dryness, cold, nervousness, unstable mind, irregular digestion, anxiety fear etc. There are home remedies and therapy in ayurveda to recover from this problem. It needs further evaluation to understand your body constitution first and the suggest the possible solutions
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