Ludiomil is a prescription drug that may be recommended to treat depression or MADD (mixed anxiety- depressive disorder) or persistent mild depression called dysthymia. Mental disorders will not magically go away on their own; you need to seek medical and psychological help to learn how to cope with and reduce the symptoms of depression or anxiety.
There are now fewer stigmas attached to those dealing with a mental condition which has encouraged more people to step forward and obtain help. Ludiomil can help you manage symptoms of sadness, insomnia, and helplessness so you can begin living your life and enjoying your family and friends.
When taken as directed, Ludiomil blocks the absorption of natural brain chemicals (neurotransmitters), serotonin and norepinephrine, in order to try and maintain a sufficient available balance that can improve your moods. There are two kinds of neurotransmitters; inhibitory and excitatory. Serotonin is an inhibitory chemical that is important for regulating many processes in your body, including stabilizing your moods. Norepinephrine is an excitatory neurotransmitter that can cause anxiety when excretion levels are elevated and decreased focus, sleep disturbance, and low energy when levels are low.
Mixed anxiety-depressive disorder is characterized by symptoms of depression as well as anxiety. This makes a diagnosis somewhat difficult to come to when their differences must be separated so it can be decided if there are two separate mental conditions.
Symptoms of depression include hopelessness and self-blaming, and the symptoms appear increased in the morning. Anxiety causes you to experience feelings of helplessness; you point the blame elsewhere, and the evenings are worse for your symptoms.
If, for any reason, you are required to stop taking Ludiomil immediately, a tranquilizer drug may be prescribed to suppress any withdrawal symptoms you may experience. It’s important to have a good support system of family and friends that can alert your doctor if your symptoms worsen or you talk about harming yourself.
Ask your doctor whether it is safe to take Ludiomil if you are pregnant, may become pregnant, or are breast feeding. Discuss other medical conditions or allergies you have and provide a list of any OTC or Rx medications you take, including herbal remedies and dietary or vitamin supplements so your doctor can determine if Ludiomil is the right drug for you. When taking Ludiomil, do not start or stop taking other medicine without first consulting your doctor to avoid any adverse reactions.
Do not change your dose of Ludiomil or share it with anyone else. You may notice a positive change after a week or two of taking Ludiomil, but it could take as long as four to six weeks to experience real improvement so be patient. Avoid driving, operating machinery, and other tasks that may be considered unsafe until you know how your body will react to taking Ludiomil. Keep all medications out of children’s reach.