Surviving antidepressants (and psychiatric drugs in general)

Those of us who’ve spent hundreds of hours with thousands of people coming off drugs still have the most reliable information available for the time being. This is an instance in which “peers” simply have more information than anyone else. Not only have we lived it but we’ve watched many others do the same. Alto Strata has been doing this for many years and has amassed a knowledge base that is truly impressive. … [click on the title to read and view more]

Psychiatric Drugs Send 90,000 to the ER Yearly

Can you say iatrogenic injury? Never mind the many thousands of us who suffer protracted withdrawal issues causing disability that are completely denied by the medical establishment…most of us have to start hiding from doctors who want to give us more drugs rather than give our poor bodies the chance to heal. … [click on title for the rest of the post]

I’ve lost 65 lbs now. Cutting out neuro-toxic drugs and concentrating on well-being will do that

I’ve lost 65 lbs now. Cutting out neuro-toxic drugs will do that. I’ve not done anything to lose weight intentionally…my focus has been on healing. So that means I eat whole real food but I do not count calories or control portions…I have simply learned to feed my body what it needs when it needs it. There has been no deprivation dieting involved whatsoever. It’s been a process. The pounds just come off as part of the healing process. It’s taken years but different aspects of healing become apparent even while in others ways I’m still sick. It’s been a fascinating process really…I continue to learn so much about my body/mind/spirit. … [click on title to read the rest]

A Sane Approach to Psychiatric Drugs

Millions of people believe that psychiatric medications have saved their lives, while millions of others report that their psychiatric medications were unhelpful or made things worse. All this can result in mutual disrespect for different choices.