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Happy Pills Review
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Happy Pills, also called anti-anxiety drugs, are medicines used to treat people with nervousness, excessive anxiety or tension. They are common and effective drugs for treating social phobia and anxiety disorders. As with other medications, this also damages a persons physical, mental and spiritual conditions. Anyone taking this medicine should be conscious about its negative sides also.
Dizziness, dry mouth, weakness, headache, nausea and drowsiness are the most commonly found adverse reactions. Excessive calm, fatigue, swelling, vertigo, diarrhea and constipation are also its frequent side effects. Other reactions include changes in blood pressure, changes in bowel function, severe skin rash, and changes in genitourinary function.
Some people who are taking Happy Pills may feel aphonia, dysarthria, stupor, seizures, syncope, rigidity and tremor. Sometimes, this medicine may lead to coma, agitation, liver problems, psychomotor retardation and paradoxical reactions. Heart problems, including congestive heart failure, changes in heart rate and myocardial infarction are rarely reported. Other possible side effects include bruising, eye spasms, disorientation, restlessness, delirium, gastrointestinal disturbances, confusion, fever, depression, rash and hypoactivity.
Some serious but less common side effects include inability to perform complex mental functions, glassy-eyed appearance, loss of interest, stupor and slurred speech, feelings of claustrophobia and abnormal glucose in urine. Other problems associated with Happy Pills are depersonalization, dream disturbances, dysphoria, noise intolerance, euphoria, akathisia, fearfulness and disassociative reaction. With the use of this medication, a small percent of people experience sedation and sleepiness, crying or sobbing, difficulty in concentration, extrapyramidal symptoms and decreased coordination.
With Happy Pills, some people experience unsteadiness, ataxia, fainting, light-headedness, lethargy and apathy. When you experience serious problems such as allergic reactions, fluid retention, suicidal ideation, memory impairment and anterograde amnesia then go for immediate medical treatment. Dystonia, akathisia, nervousness, hemiparesis, irritability, hypotonia and incoordination are very rarely found adverse reactions. Other side effects related with this medication include hallucinations, seizures, cold intolerance and psychosis.
Sometimes the medicine shows withdrawal symptoms when the patient stops taking the medication. That includes depression, nausea, sweating, cramps and psychotic reactions. Don't take Happy Pills if you are pregnant or breast feeding your baby.
Atarax, Ativan, Diazepam, Centrax, Librium, Miltown, Serax, Stelazine, BuSpar, Tranxene, Valium are some of the medicines used as Happy pills.