I've been feeling a bit down lately and had the kids with me today, so we decided to go to the beach for a couple of hours. The difference a bit of Sun makes. Feel much better after a good walk. On a bipolar note I've decided to change my medications as am fed up … Continue reading Uplifting Time At The Beach
Today is Christmas. We are one of the first, if not the first countries to get Christmas due to our time zone and I would just like to pop in another best wishes to everybody out there going through a tough time. So only drank one glass of red wine last night, just wasn't in … Continue reading Happy Christmas & Day Of Consumption
That's right I am going to have myself a red wine or two. I haven't drank any alcohol for a year due to medications. It's 6pm Christmas Eve all alone at home so a nice wine is called for. I'll probably be asleep after one.
I just want to take this time in wishing all those who read my blog a very happy christmas and holiday period. I started this blog back in March 2018, detailing my bipolar treatment and how life was. Today I have 1315 total followers of which 1000+ are on Twitter and the rest on WordPress. … Continue reading Have A Happy Christmas
Just recently I was prescribed quetiapine 50mg (2 x 25mg doses) for psychosis and it has worked as described on the box. I have also noticed that my moods have increased since taking this medication. I am having bursts of energy and happiness which is a nice surprise. So the question is, does quetiapine effect … Continue reading Quetiapine for Depression?
So I now take Olanzapine 15mg and Quetiapine 50mg daily and everything feels...ok. I expected to be much more sedated than I am, even though I am pretty sedated I just expected to be a pure zombie. My racing thoughts and noisy mind has halted which is cool. When I saw my psychiatrist yesterday we … Continue reading Life on Double Antipsychotics
Photo by Adam Nieścioruk on Unsplash The past few weeks have been, well… a roller-coaster of emotions. From one minute being depressed on the verge of suicide to the next minute bouncing off the walls wanting to party. The cruel fact is that I have now come to terms that this will be how my life may end … Continue reading Being A Medication Guinea Pig