The Physician’s Psychoactive Medication Resource Guide
Do you have a patient suffering from medication side effects? Do you have patients that are ready to get off their medications? A step-by-step method is now available. Insomnia, anxiety, head symptoms are the common withdrawal side effects from psychoactive drugs which stops most people form being able to completely get off their medication. Those symptoms no longer need to get in the way of a successful taper.
Deciding how fast to titrate off a medication can be a confusing decision. Which medication to taper first needs to be based on drug/drug inerations associated with the CYP enzymes. Did you know, if you taper a patient off the antidepressant first, while they concurrently take a benzodiazepine, the patient will go into withdrawal on the benzodiazepine as well?
Click here for the methods used by physicians worldwide to taper patients off psychoactive medications.
How to Get Off Psychoactive Drugs Safely covers:
- Things to be aware of
- What to do before you reduce benzodiazepines, anti-anxiety drugs, anticonvulsants and sleep medications
- What to do before you reduce an antidepressant
- What to do before you reduce an antipsychotic medication
- What to do before you reduce ADHD medications or stimulants
- How to reduce benzodiazepines, anti-anxiety medications, anticonvulsants and sleep medications
- How to reduce antidepressants
- How to reduce antipsychotic medication
- How to reduce ADHD medication and stimulants
- What you can do to eliminate side effects if you are alrealdy tapering a drug or quit a drug and are still suffering
The latest edition of How to Get Off Psychotropic Drugs Safely, is now available as an e-book and at Amazon.com. This bestselling book details what to do to avoid Prozac withdrawal side effects, what you can do to eliminate existing Prozac withdrawal side effects and how to reduce the Prozac safely. Click here for the E-book which allows you to receive the book instantly
Review by Dr. Hyla Cass M.D. Psychiatrist “Here is an essential handbook on how to safely and more easily wean yourself (under medical supervision) off the heavily over-prescribed psychotropic medications. I have used the program with my patients and it works!” Hyla Cass M.D. Author of Supplement Your Prescription