20-04-2017 05:15 PM
Only just realized I forgot. Was wondering why I was feeling so incredibly teary and off and jittery.
I normally take my antidepressant between 10pm & midnight. It's now after 5pm. Won't be home to take it until 6pm.
Still surprises me how quickly my body reacts to missing the serotonin.
At least I know I'll be right within 2 hrs of taking my missed dose.
20-04-2017 06:26 PM
That sucks that you were feeling worse today because of the missed meds @utopia. It's good that you figured out what the problem was though. At least that can sort of answer the "why" question that might've been coming up.
Do you have any strategies for remembering them? If not, I'm thinking maybe you could tie it in with a night time thing that's either something that happens every night, or introduce something to look forward to every night and link it up to that. e.g. if it was me, I bought a rubiks cube and learned how to solve it, and have now put it next to my bed. When I go to bed, I see it sitting there which makes me want to solve it - so if I wanted to remember to do something every night, I could put it on top of the cube or just use the cube as a memory trigger so that when I see the cube I know I have to go do the thing. ... Or maybe I'm just talking out of my butt
20-04-2017 06:41 PM
I've taken the antidepressant now and will take tonights meds on time.
It's weird though. I find the worse symptom is the feeling of a panic attack is on the horizon. And I notice that I'm breathing weird - shallow & a bit out of breath. Another hour and a half and I'll be right again.
Now just trying to avoid the tears - as once they start - I don't think they will stop.
20-04-2017 06:52 PM
Would it be worth moving the dispenser to a different spot while your routine is different?
Hope you can find something nice and lighthearted to pass the time til then. I have to go catch a rare(ish) pokemon that I just saw on the radar before it runs away but maybe see you later.