How many pills do you take a day?

How many pills do you take a day?

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  1. #1

    How many pills do you take a day?

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  2. #2

    One, SSRI pills

  3. #3

    One a day. Vitamins, especially vitamin D.
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  5. #4

    2 a day. Vitamins B and D. I even dip into my nephews flint stone vitamins, they're yummy. I don't believe in taking pills for anything else. I have a high tolerance to pain, i won't pop pills for the sake of it. Pills are bad bad bad :/ Too many Dr. prescribe pills out of pure laziness, mostly because they don't want to get to the root of an issue. Here take these a few times a day, that should cure everything, whatever.
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  6. #5

    Multivitamin and Nexium (for my tummy).

    B complex, Omega 3, Vitamin D, etc as needed.

    Averages to around 3/day. I suppose I could take up eating vegetables...

  7. #6

    Quote Originally Posted by Spades View Post
    Multivitamin and Nexium (for my tummy).

    B complex, Omega 3, Vitamin D, etc as needed.

    Averages to around 3/day. I suppose I could take up eating vegetables...
    You can get a very high quality omega 3 by grinding flaxseeds in an ordinary coffe grinder. It also costs less. And a trick for your tummy: bifidus yogurt. Works great for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Staffan View Post
    You can get a very high quality omega 3 by grinding flaxseeds in an ordinary coffe grinder. It also costs less. And a trick for your tummy: bifidus yogurt. Works great for me.
    I eat probiotic yogurt almost daily, it's a fantastic addition to my diet and really helps! I've been trying to get off my medication for a while now but I find my stomach starts hurting about a week after I stop. I know I will eventually though ^_^ I take fish oils for the Omegas but I will try your suggestion!

  9. #8

    I don't take any pills.
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  10. #9

    Quote Originally Posted by MuChApArAdOx View Post
    2 a day. Vitamins B and D. I even dip into my nephews flint stone vitamins, they're yummy. I don't believe in taking pills for anything else. I have a high tolerance to pain, i won't pop pills for the sake of it. Pills are bad bad bad :/ Too many Dr. prescribe pills out of pure laziness, mostly because they don't want to get to the root of an issue. Here take these a few times a day, that should cure everything, whatever.
    Have fun with panic attacks and PTSD and not taking pills. If I have a panic attack or get manic, I am fucked! Klonopin is the only thing that does it for me when that happens. That, and I also enjoy taking Vilarian root as well.

  11. #10

    2 for the ADHD, an omega 3, Vit D and sometimes a vit C


     
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