Cilift 20mg Tablets & Arivan Sl 1mg

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Susan Says:


I have been prescribed Cilift 20mg by my doctor to treat my anxiety that i get. I get sweaty hand and feet, heart pulpotations, sometimes a pain in my chest. I cannot eat properly, i vomit if i try to. I have also been given Ativan 1mg to use to calm me down. Could someone please explain to me if Cilift will work for my anxiety, as i have hear of the natural product 5 HTP that works the same, but with no side effects. I am really confused and scared, please could someone advise?



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Verwon Says:

First off, everything carries the risk of causing side effects, even natural over the counter products. They can be just as potent and problematic as prescription drugs.

That said....Cilift contains the active ingredient Citalopram, it is an antidepressant and it can also help with anxiety, but the only way to see if it will help you is by actually trying the medication.

Learn more Cilift details here.

Learn more Ativan details here.

There is also no guarantee that the natural product will work for you, either. Not everything works for everyone that tries it and sometimes you have to try something different.

Are there any other questions I can help with?

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