so i'm going to school for pharmacy ... you would think the antifungal tablets are a one time thing, i guess it depends on how fast your body heals. i know some people take it as a maintenance drug, so you may be on it for awhile :/
that's exactly what i was talking about. some people that take it swear on it working, it's all in your head though. chemically, it has nothing ingredient wise. one of the pharmacists i work with went on this long rant about one of the presidents and a law that was made for otc products like that, which is why it isn't effective and fda approved. because of this, any otc products targeted toward anxiety are like this and don't work at all. even thought people think otherwise. so the only think you can really take specifically for that is xanax or another prescription drug in that drug category.
the other thing is that, in regards to anxiety attacks, that the drug xanax is basically the only thing that will help. there's "otc" anxiety meds, but they are basically placebo pills and are not required to be fda approved. just an fyi.
i'm going to school for pharmacy and a pharmacy tech now. well atidepressants are never good for you, as your body gets addicted to them, there's side effects and your body can get withdraws when not taking them. xanax is also a controlled substance which means there's have an addiction level. however, both of these medications are top 200 drugs and popular. there is a specific vitamin that can be used for depression (idk off the top of my head) as well as melatonin, if you were looking for more of a holistic approach. hope that helped.