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Zoloft, which has the generic name of Sertraline, belongs to a particular strain of pharmaceutical medication known as serotonin reuptake inhibitors, or SSRIs, which basically function as antidepressants. These drugs act upon certain chemicals in the human brain that may either be lacking substantially or have become unbalanced in some way, the symptoms of which include anxiety, depression, panic or even obsessive-compulsive disorders. Zoloft is generally administered on a prescription-only basis to try and combat or limit some of these disorders.
Patients are generally advised against taking this drug if they are already using MAO inhibitor drugs, and there should be at least a 14-day interval when considering using either one or the other type of medication.
The doctor should also be informed, prior to any usage of this drug, of any existing or past conditions of depression, blood-clotting issues, epilepsy and kidney or liver disease.
Of course the medical practitioner may also decide against administering a Zoloft prescription if there is any history of drug abuse in the patient’s history. The family or friends and partners in closest proximity to the patient are also generally advised to look out for any symptoms of mood change or depression that may occur.
It is still a point of contention as to whether any active ingredients from the drug can be passed on to a baby through breast-feeding but it is thought that babies whose mothers have taken the medication during pregnancy are sometimes prone to lung disorders. Some studies, however, such as those of breast-feeding mothers, have shown that Sertraline was present in samples of breast milk, and although low, traces of the drug were detected in the offspring of the women who participated in the study. Zoloft is therefore usually recommended or administered as medication during pregnancy only when it is deemed that the potential benefits outweigh the potential risks and the manufacturers of the drug also recommend that extreme caution be adhered to when administering Sertraline to nursing mothers.
Zoloft is generally not administered to patients who are less than eighteen years of age.
In addition it should not be taken under any circumstances without prescription by an authorized, fully-qualified medical practitioner, and this drug should also always be avoided. Buying Zoloft from an authorized pharmaceutical is strictly advised by both manufacturers of the drug and administering medical practitioners.
Some of the more obviously known and reported side-effects of this drug include suicidal tendencies (especially when using the drug for the first time) in some younger patients, and severe lung complaints in young babies whose mothers were administered the drug whilst pregnant.
Hazardous and severe symptoms may also result when a prescription is used with a combination of other medications such as MAO inhibitors like Furoxene, Phenelzine and Zelapar.
Other lesser-known side effects of this drug include impulsive tendencies, agitation, increased symptoms of anxiety, aggression, increased symptoms of stress and restlessness; possibly even insomnia.
Allergic reactions to the drug, both serious and minor, have also been documented, for example: skin rashes, difficulty in breathing, palpitations, sweating, vomiting, dizziness, headache, stomach problems, loss of appetite and sexual impotence. The known side-effects of taking Sertraline are usually categorized into two main groups:Generally some of the more common and less-serious side effects of this drug are known to be: dizziness, constipation, loss of appetite, weight loss, tiredness or drowsiness, vomiting, insomnia, irritability, strong, persistent thirst and diarrhea.
Some of the more serious and severe side-effects may include: breathing problems, palpitations or irregular pulse, altered behavior or mood, fever, skin problems such as rashes, soreness, itching or peeling; headaches, blurred vision, loss of bladder control, swelling in the facial region, altered or abnormal stools, lack of concentration, nausea or fainting, hallucinations, noise in the ears, unusual bruising or bleeding and of course an intensification in depression.
This list is extensive but not complete. Any other side-effects which may be thought to have resulted from taking this drug should be reported to the doctor, and due to the many known and unknown side-effects, taking Sertraline without prescription should be avoided at all costs.
Zoloft medication should be taken in direct accordance with the instructions of the administering medical practitioner. Taking larger or smaller doses than advised or recommended may result in adverse side effects. The drug should also be taken for the duration written on the prescription to avoid potential withdrawal symptoms. If the patient feels that the medication is not helping or that they are experiencing some of the known or even unknown side-effects generally associated with the drug, it is the responsibility of the doctor, not the patient, to alter or change the previously recommended dosage.
Although this drug can generally be taken either with or without food it is best to try and take the medication at the same times on each day, always following the directions on the label. Liquid Zoloft must not be taken directly and should be diluted as advised by the doctor and only mixed with the liquids that are recommended. This is particularly important for patients who may need to undertake a drug test as the results of such a test may be altered if guidelines for its usage are followed incorrectly.
Any symptoms that are being treated by this drug may still be present, in varying degrees, for up to four weeks after first starting to take the drug, so dosages must not be discontinued or altered without first consulting the administering doctor, or unpleasant side-effects may be likely to occur. If a scheduled dose is missed, the medication should be taken as soon as this is realized unless it is almost time for the next dose. Again, extra medication should not be taken or serious side-effects such as vomiting, agitation or drowsiness may result from a Zoloft overdose.
Alcohol should be avoided at all costs when on a Zoloft prescription, as particular side-effects may be increased by it, and some other medications that contain alcohol should not be taken in conjunction with this drug either. Some of the other drugs to avoid when taking this drug include anti-inflammatories (NSAID) as this may cause the patient to bleed or bruise more easily and profusely than usual. Any other ‘sedative’-type drugs, administered and used for allergies, pain, sleeping disorders, coughs and colds and relaxant or anxiety purposes most definitely need to be avoided when taking this drug, which is sometimes responsible for making the patient prone to extra ‘sleepiness’, even during the daytime. The administering medical practitioner should always be advised as to any other medication that the patient is or has been taking prior to any Zoloft prescription.
Extra care should always be taken when undertaking any activity that depends on quick reactions, such as driving or operating machinery, when taking this medicine.
Given the large number of associated side-effects and risks present when taking this drug and similar anti-depressants, many people are instead looking to other forms of treatment that do not come with such a heavy burden.
Of the alternatives, many people (including both physicians and patients) consider herbal-based, natural remedies as being some of the most promising. One new medication in particular has responded extremely well to laboratory testing.
XanaRoll, as its known, is an exciting new medication that is totally free of the inherent dangers of taking an anti-depressant such as Zoloft. Unlike Zoloft, which contains numerous chemicals as its active ingredients and is a controlled substance, XanaRoll is based on all-natural ingredients that are freely available for anyone to buy.
XanaRoll has been shown in several laboratory studies to be very effective in reducing the symptoms of anxiety, panic and obsessive-compulsive disorders – almost to the same degree as Zoloft itself. Even more encouraging however, are the results regarding possible side-effects of XanaRoll – none have been reported, excepted for very mild symptoms such as a loss of appetite. Moreover, XanaRoll is not thought to be addictive, and none of its active ingredients are known to be so.
The two main ingredients in XanaRoll are incredibly popular plants that have long been renowned for their medicinal qualities. Kratom, a plant which is native to Southeast Asia, has long been regarded by health professionals as an excellent alternative treatment to symptoms of depression and anxiety. Kratom produces calming, almost meditative-like effects, and is known to reduce pain, help with drug withdrawal symptoms and even boost libido. XanaRoll specifically contains high doses of two substances, known by their chemical names 7-hydroxymitragynine and mitragynine, which are thought to be the main cause of the feelings of well-being produces by the Kratom plant.
The second main ingredient, Blue Lotus, is a plant native to the Himalayan Mountains and surrounding regions, and has many uses outside of medicine. Blue Lotus is often used for religious purposes, and is said to produce feelings of euphoria when ingested. XanaRoll combines the two overwhelmingly positive effects of Kratom and Blue Lotus to form an outstanding, all-natural anti-depressant medication that can match the effects of Zoloft and other similar drugs, only it comes without any of the potential risks mentioned above. It’s therefore not surprising that more and more people suffering anxiety, panic and depression-related problems are turning to such alternative medicines as XanaRoll.