Cymbalta users have several characteristics in common.
Besides being good, honest people, of course.
Basically, something is not right inside…
And the time has come to reach for outside help.
Nothing wrong with that, as long as you remember to not give your power away to a pill.
Instead, you want to create an alliance with your medication.
Allies. That’s where the two of you work together for a common goal.
Users come to Cymbalta for many different reasons:
- Depression – all types, from mild to severe, and even for bipolar disorder
- Anxiety disorders
- Panic disorders
- Many different categories of pain – fibromyalgia, neuropathy, back pain, vulvodynia, migraines, multiple sclerosis and other chronic pains
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
And for various other reasons as well.
After reading the feedback from hundreds of Cymbalta users, here’s a few obvious conclusions:
- Nobody knows how they will react to Cymbalta before they begin using it.
- Cymbalta may be the most potent antidepressant available in the United States. (One laboratory study – published in Dec. 2001 in Neuropsychopharmacology – found it to be more potent (in lab rats and test tubes) in blocking serotonin and norepinephrine when compared to Effexor.)
- Even if you’ve taken other antidepressants, you still have no way of knowing what Cymbalta will do to you if you start using it.
- Side effects as well as withdrawal symptoms are numerous and sometimes severe – at least as bad as Paxil and Effexor.
- Cymbalta seems to have the same potential for suicidal thoughts in those who use it; as the other SSRI’s and Effexor.
In other words, Cymbalta is another ‘me-too’ antidepressant. Except perhaps more potent than the ones before it.
Like Effexor, Cymbalta targets both serotonin and norepinephrine; and to a lesser extent, dopamine.
Cymbalta is a brand name for the drug duloxetine which is manufactured by Eli Lilly; the same drug company that makes Prozac.
In addition to reading about Cymbalta users, it’s also important to understand the underlying causes that would lead someone to need such information in the first place.
I almost feel guilty because my life has become so enjoyable and so easy. Especially since I remember how miserable I used to be.
Basically it comes down to making one slight shift in what you do everyday, and you can watch in amazement as your life slowly begins to start working out in almost every way.
It’s nothing like taking Cymbalta, I can assure you!
It’s such an important change that I’ve written a complete e-book about it. And I’d like to give you a copy for free. All you have to do is write your first name and primary email address into the space below, and you’ll be receiving a link to download the e-book right away.