Taper off antidepressants, antipsychotics, benzodiazepines and ADHD Medication without withdrawal side. The new fourth edition book "How to Get Off Psychiatric Drugs Safely" by James Harper, researcher and founder of The Road Back Program, details a proven successful method for tapering off these medications with separate chapters covering each of several classes of drugs.
(PRWEB) February 25, 2009 -- Millions suffering the myriad side effects caused by antidepressants, benzodiazepines, antipsychotics and ADHD medications - from extreme weight gain to a dulled life - want to stop taking the drugs, their doctors would like to have their patients off the drugs, but cannot endure the emotional and physical pain involved with withdrawal or by what is known as discontinuance syndrome. Drug companies now state in the drug descriptions the medications must be tapered off of slowly to help avoid this debilitating withdrawal syndrome. The common withdrawal side effects include; electric brain zaps, nausea, anxiety, strange behavior, insomnia even relapsing into conditions these drugs are supposed to address.
The new fourth edition book "How to Get Off Psychiatric Drugs Safely" by James Harper, researcher and founder of The Road Back Program, details a proven successful method for tapering off these medications with separate chapters covering each of several classes of drugs, from antidepressants, antipsychotics, anti-anxiety medications to ADHD drugs and benzodiazepines. Employing specific vitamins and nutritional supplements, this exact tapering method has been successfully used by more than 30,000 people and is endorsed by doctors across the US, as well as the UK and Europe.
Anyone can use the information in this book, in conjunction with their physician, to come off psychiatric drugs virtually pain-free while often regaining a zest for life and without returning to the condition the drugs were intended to handle. Doctors, who have previously too often been forced to watch patients suffer through withdrawal side effects, can now successfully walk them through this tapering process.
Before the dust could settle on the fourth edition of How to Get Off Psychiatric Drugs Safely, James has taken tapering off psychotropic drugs to a new level. February 23, 2009, James released six additional books titled, How to Get Off Cymbalta Safely, How to Get Off Effexor Safely, How to Get Off Lexapro Safely, How to Get Off Paxil Safely, How to Get Off Prozac Safely, and How to Get Off Zoloft Safely.
Each of these new books directly addresses the side effect nuances found with these specific medications. James plans to publish a new book for each psychoactive medication during 2009.
Available now on amazon.com. "How to Get Off Psychiatric Drugs Safely" can help anyone successfully break the choke hold of psychiatric medications; providing a road back.
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