Monday, September 21, 2020

Comments by sharpdaniel1990

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  • I get them mostly when falling asleep however there is times where I have them during the day and it can be when driving or something like that, luckily nothing bad has happened but it’s terrifying trying to keep it together driving while my brain is going berserk. The one’s that do occur during the day aren’t as severe as bad as the ones when falling asleep .
    The amitriptyline really does help with the fibromyalgia but I can’t say brain zaps are any better it’s a horrifying experience feeling like you’re dying once I gain my composer from the brain zap I sit there with my heart beating out of my chest before I give sleep another shot it can happen up to 3-4 times before I actually can fall asleep.

    Hopefully I can get off of the amitriptyline and find something that works.

  • i’ve been taking Amitriptline for fibromyalgia. I have been experiencing the same thing it happens to me even on day’s that I do take it. The brain zaps while falling asleep have been really freaking me out. It feels like I have a seizure for a few seconds and I lose all control of my body and feel like I’m fighting a seizure or death it’s self. Had I known what I was getting myself into I would have choose a different treatment option.