Guanfacine is used off label for ADHD and ADD but most people don’t know that it has also been shown in several studies that it can provide benefit to those with anxiety disorders. Hear about my personal experience using it for Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Ask your doctor if you think this medication could be of benefit to you!
Articles referenced in this video:
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