Friday, February 6, 2009

Eternal Sunshine

I continue to feel better mentally. It has to be attributed to the Prozac that was newly prescribed. I have always had a low-level depression biting my heels even on "good days", but I don't even have that now. Not only that, I am actually sleeping well with no assistance from Ambien. I am getting tired around 10:00pm, go to sleep, sleep through the night and wake up at a good time. It is amazing to me that this is occurring when remembering how not long ago I would go night after night with no sleep.
Could all of this be the Prozac? Does it really give "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind"? (love that movie, by the way)

7 comments:

Anonymous Drifter said...

I think it's a combination of the prozac and positive things happening in your life.

Queenneenee said...

I am so, so ,so, so happy that you are feeling better! Sounds like the Prozac agrees with you, that is great news......

Karen ^..^ said...

I agree that it is probably a combination of prozac and everything good that is happening right now. Change is scary, but you are smart enough and self aware enough to know that it is needed, and you pushed forward and changed a few things, and it is working out great. Blogging helps too, doesn't it?

Barbara, The Spirited Strider said...

I think that movie is excellent, too! Glad to read you're feeling better! Warmly, Barbara

Cheri said...

That is one of my favorite movies, and by far my favorite Kate Winslet movie.

Cheri said...

That is one of my favorite movies, and by far my favorite Kate Winslet movie.

kim said...

I adore Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and think most anyone with some form of mental illness could relate to it. I worked with Kate a few years ago and she told me it was one of her favorite films to make and was very proud of it.

I am happy the Prozac is working for you. I also noticed your "yawning" bit and it reminded me that recently I've been getting the hiccups fairly frequently since starting a new medication. It's odd and quite frightening how these meds affect our minds, brain, bodies, etc.

 
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