Pills Search
  • +Anti-Allergic/Asthma (33)
  • Anti-Depressant (39)
  • +Anti-Herpes (2)
  • +Anti-Infectives (31)
  • +Anti-Smoking (2)
  • +Antibiotics (43)
  • +Cancer (11)
  • +Cardio & Blood (95)
  • +Diabetes (23)
  • +Epilepsy (7)
  • +Gastrointestinal (22)
  • +General Health (50)
  • +Hair Loss (1)
  • +Healthy Bones (20)
  • +Herbals (5)
  • +HIV (7)
  • +Hormonal (1)
  • +Men’s Health (17)
  • +Mental Disorders (9)
  • +Pain Relief/Muscle Relaxant (45)
  • +Parkinson And Alzheimer (7)
  • +Sexual Health (2)
  • +Skin Care (16)
  • +Weight Loss (6)
  • +Women’s Health (37)

Prozac (Fluoxetine)

Other names: Fludac, Rapiflux, Sarafem
Perhaps most importantly of all, now’s the time to start treating yourself kindly. We’re often told how important it is to love ourselves; many insomniacs, it seems, suffer from low self-esteem. If you’ve never felt really loved or valued, ‘loving yourself can seem like a tall order — or perhaps like a pat answer without much real meaning. What it involves is simply respecting and valuing yourself as highly as you would any other human being, and behaving accordingly.
Loving yourself is yet another habit that can be cultivated. It may take time, and you may need help, perhaps by joining a therapy or assertiveness group. Meanwhile, simply start by treating yourself as kindly as you would like others to treat you.
If you have negative feelings towards yourself, they may well have been implanted there when you were a child. Imagine that you are now given the care of that child: talk to it lovingly, and appreciate all the good things about it. When you hear the voice of that inner critic in your head, tell it firmly that that is an old programme you no longer need.

Leave a Reply