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Even with the presence of newer anti-depressant drugs, Prozac remains popular, with an estimated 22.2 million prescriptions filled out during 2007. With antidepressants being the most prescribed drugs in the U.S., the number of prescriptions must have certainly increased during the last 3 years. Considering the diverse but major areas in which it is used, it's easy to see why Prozac is so popular. Prozac is used to treat clinical depression and anxiety or panic disorders. It helps control personality disorders like OCD and bipolar syndrome, as well as bulimia and PMS (Pre Menstrual Syndrome). Even addiction problems like alcoholism can be helped with a Prozac dosage. What Prozac cannot do is change personalities or behavior, like getting rid of shyness or dealing with attitude problems. Is Prozac Safe?Black Diamond Force The problem with medicines in general, is a tendency to overdo things. Instead of letting the medicine run its course and being patient, people tend to overuse or over indulge, looking for a quick fix to the problem. For example, taking an aspirin whenever a little pain or ache is felt. The same applies to antidepressants. They are effective and can work but having too many at a time and ignoring the prescribed dosage is not a good idea. The recommended dosage for Prozac is 20 mg/day but this can differ based on the age, problem or disorder faced and other medications prescribed to the individual. The possibility of an overdose is with increasing the dosage to 80 mg/day. Common side effects caused by overuse are: Nausea Vomiting Pain in the stomach Confused or dazed manner and thinking Feeling over excited or restless Shaking involuntarily Increase in heart rate Fainting In extreme cases, Prozac can cause blood pressure levels to increase or decrease dangerously and a high fever.

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