*for me a good part of protracted withdrawal issues from psych drugs has been extreme exacerbation of auto-immune issues which seems to be very common among those of us impacted. Often the auto-immune issues go unrecognized as they do with the mainstream population as well.
A lot of people with protracted withdrawal issues are likely to have some sort of auto-immunity issue. It's worth learning about auto-immune disease if you have chronic illness of any kind since mainstream doctors don't even look for it quite often. This is a free online conference of sorts...it looks like a great way to get to know about this stuff if you don't already. My healing protocols take into account auto-immune issues and much of what will be taught in this course informs my own healing process. IT'S FREE There are some good doctors involved in this. Including one's from whom I've learned a lot in my process. Beyond that I don't really know more about this program than what I'm sharing. (just as a small disclaimer) I receive nothing for this post and share it only because I think it would be great for everyone to understand more about chronic illness and autoimmune disease. Both are far more common than most people realize and there are a lot of people who are sub-chronic in that with one more trigger they could get sick. We all need to tend to our health, always. … [click on title for the rest of the post]
Autoimmune issues manifest in many ways affecting both mind and body. Celiac disease and gluten intolerance are autoimmune issues...there are many others. My own experience with autoimmune disease suggests that psych drugs exacerbate these problems...(hence the phenomena of some of the very serious protracted psychiatric drug withdrawal issues which deeply affect the whole body and mind rendering many completely disabled) … [click on title for the rest of the post]