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Recommended books on antidepressant withdrawal

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#37 Cipramillion


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Posted 29 January 2017 - 12:08 PM

I want to recommend this book:


Deadly psychiatry and organised denial, by Peter C. Gotzsche


The author is a danish physician, medical researcher, and leader of the Nordic Cochrane Center at Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen, Denmark.


If you liked the book anatomy of an epidemic by Robert Whitaker, this is a nice follow up. The author documents how psychiatric drugs make more harm than good and uses research to build his hypothesis.

<p>Sept 2015: 5 mg Cipralex for 3 weeks. Lots of side effects. Reduced to 2.5 mg for 2 weeks. Experiencing withdrawal and side effects still after dose reduction. Quit after almost 4 weeks on 2.5 mg because of adverse effects. Experiencing withdrawal symptoms still. Reinstating 1mg after 3 weeks. Reduced to 0.50 after 2 days due to sensitive reaction (dysautonomia) and trip to ER. January 2016: After 14 months of tapering from 0.5 mg im now down to 0.08mg. Planing on one more drop before 4-8 weeks healing, then jump to zero. 14.03.17: Lexapro free!