Help-I-Cant-Get-Off-My-Antidepressant 2022 – By Ann Blake-Tracy
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Ann Blake Tracy, is the director of the International Coalition for Drug Awareness. She has specialized for 20 years in adverse reactions to serotonergic medications (such as Prozac, Zoloft, Paxil, Luvox, Effexor, Serzone, Anafranil, Fen-Phen, and Redux) and has testified before the FDA and congressional subcommittee members on Prozac. She has testified since 1992 as an expert witness in Prozac and other SSRI related court cases around the world.
Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors do exactly that: Inhibit the reuptake of serotonin, thus leaving excess serotonin which allows this stimulation to continue. It has long been known that inhibiting the reuptake of serotonin will produce depression, suicide, violence, psychosis, mania, cravings for alcohol and other drugs, reckless driving, etc.
The most popular drugs that produce this reuptake of serotonin are: SSRI Antidepressants: Prozac, Serafem, Zoloft, Paxil, Luvox, Celexa, Lexapro SNRI Antidepressants: Effexor, Remeron, Serzone, Cymbalta
Atypical Antipsychotics: Zyprexa, Geodon, Abilify, Seroquel, Risperdal
Weight Loss Medications: Fen-Phen, Redux, Meridia
Pain Killers: (Any opium or heroin derivative) Morphine, OxyContin, Ultram, Tramadol, Percocet, Percodan, Lortab, Demerol, Darvon or Darvocet, Codeine, Buprenex, Dilaudid, Talwin, Stadol, Vicodin, Duragesic Patches, Fentanyl Transdermal, Methadone, Dextromethorphan (commonly used in cough syrups), etc.
Taper off very, very slowly.
Dropping “cold turkey” off any medication, most especially mind altering medications, can often be MORE DANGEROUS than staying on the drugs.
The most dangerous and most common mistake someone coming off the SSRI antidepressants makes is coming off these drugs too rapidly. Tapering off very, very, VERY SLOWLY–OVER MONTHS (and for long-term usersâa year or more), NOT JUST WEEKS! has proven the safest and most effective method of withdrawal from this type of medication. Thus the body is given the time it needs to readjust its own chemical levels. Patients must be warned to come very slowly off these drugs by shaving minuscule amounts off their pills each day, as opposed to cutting them in half or taking a pill every other day.
This cannot be stressed strongly enough! This information on EXTREMELY gradual withdrawal is the most critical piece of information that someone facing withdrawal from these drugs needs to have.
A REMINDER: IT IS EASIER TO GET DOWN OFF A MOUNTAINTOP ONE GUARDED STEP AT A TIME THAN TO JUMP FROM THE TOP TO THE BOTTOM.
No matter how few or how many side effects you have had on these antidepressants, withdrawal is a whole new world. The worst part of rapid withdrawal does not hit for several months AFTER you quit. So even if you think you are doing okay you quickly find that it becomes much worse.
If you do not come off correctly and rebuild your body as you do, you risk:
– Creating bouts of overwhelming depression
– Producing a MUCH longer withdrawal and recovery period than if you had come off slowly
– Overwhelming fatigue causing you to be unable to continue daily tasks or costing your job
– Having a psychotic break brought on by the terrible insomnia from the rapid withdrawal, and then being locked in a psychiatric ward
– Ending up going back on the drugs (each period on the drugs tends to be more dangerous and problematic than the previous time you were on the drugs) and having more drugs added to calm the withdrawal effects
– Seizures and other life threatening physical reactions
– Violent outbursts or rages
Although the book contains massive amounts of information you can find nowhere else on these drugs, it does not have the extensive amount of information contained in the tape on withdrawal. The tape contains newer and updated information on safe withdrawal from these drugs. The tape details over an hour and a half the safest ways found over the last ten years to withdraw from antidepressants. It also lists many alternative treatments that can assist you in getting though the withdrawal. And it contains information on how to rebuild your health after you have had it destroyed by the drugs so that you never end up on these drugs again. The tape is very inexpensive and will save you thousands in medical bills which you will spend trying to do it on your own. Many have lamented that they wished they would have had the information on this tape before attempting withdrawal.
This is a tape doctors can also benefit from when attempting to withdraw their patients from these drugs that the World Health Organization has now told us are addictive and produce withdrawal.
MP3 transcript (C) 2000-2022:
INTRO: Help I can’t get off my antidepressants Ann Blake Tracy addresses in this tape(MP3) this seriousness and very dangerous potential of withdrawal from America’s most popular anti-depressants. The serotonin presence have been her main area of research and expertise for the last 10(30) years and Blake Tracy is testified as an expert, witness and
cases involving lead drugs for seven years(27) is the author of the book Prozac Panacea or Pandora and heads the International Coalition for Drug Awareness. Additional information can be found in her book and on
the coalition website at awareness.org
Ann: Let me warn you in the beginning that I will be giving you lots of information on this tape and you will not be able to comprehend all of it listening to it. Just once it will be important to listen to it often. One woman always takes the (MP3)tape with her in a car so that she can listen as she goes about her errands for the day. The drugs were talking about today or Prozac Zoloft Paxil luvox effects or sarezone Celexa Remeron and the new seraphim which is given for PMS as well. also the diet drugs Fin Fan, Redux and Meridia. We will also be discussing several other drugs which have very strong effects on serotonin anaphronale or chlamydia also called trazodone and all of the antidepressants do affect serotonin levels. So the tricyclic antidepressants the MAOIs many of the new antipsychotics act on serotonin as well like cypresses Seroquel Risperidol they are not the only ones there are other medications given for various ailments that do affect……