Is it ok to take.
Yes, but you may see an increase in dizziness and drowsiness, so avoid driving, or participating in potentially dangerous activities until you see how it affects you. So no skydiving or bungey jumping.
And no booze.
Is the kick in a full ledger bang I have no irrational anxiety or is it a subtle "Hey, I think this is helping now"... I'm thinking it's usually the latter. I did have high anxiety in one meeting at work today, but I worked through it and survived.
It can be either. For some it's an instant on, they go the bed anxious and wake to being at ease with the world. For others it's a gradual, barely noticeable from day to day, lessening in anxiety, which may include the odd setback.
Will the muscle relaxer help relieve my muscle tension in my neck and therefore the tension headaches I'm getting in the back of my head?
If your headaches are caused by anxiety triggered muscle tension then yes, it may help.
He simply said, I wouldn't blame the lexapro near as much as the extreme anxiety disorder you're working through.
If it methocarbomal stops the headaches then they are likely anxiety based, however, this doesn't necessarily mean it is the Lexapro if it doesn't. Methocarbomal might just not be effective enough on those muscles.