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Other Support Organizations
Disclaimer: these are not recommendations. They are just to save you having to search for them.
- Akathisia Alliance for Education
- All sorts of drugs - "Legal Death"
- All sorts of psychiatric stuff - "Mad in America"
- Amitriptyline Withdrawal
- Antidepressants and alcohol cravings | RxISK (Also deals with other problems)
- Benzo Withdrawal Support Group
- Benzodiazepine Withdrawal Information, Help & Support
- Celexa (Citalopram, Cipramil) Should Be Illegal
- Chronic Pain Support International
- Citalopram, Celexa, Anxiety Support Group
- Cured to Death: Pharmaceutical Injury Stories
- Depression Cures
- Effexor (ven) Tapering, Discontinuance Syndrome & Protracted W/D
- Fibromyalgia relief without chemicals
- Lamictal (Lamotrigine) Withdrawal Support Group
- Lithium Withdrawal: Peer to Peer Support
- Lyrica/Pregbalin Support Group
- Marriages destroyed by Antidepressants, SSRIs/SNRIs
- Migraine Sufferers who Want to be Cured by the Stanton Migraine Protocol
- Olanzapine (Zyprexa) Withdrawal and Insomnia
- Paxil Paroxetine Seroxat The truth in getting off safely
- Pristiq, Ellefore and Desfax (desvenlafaxine) SNRI Withdrawal Info
- Pristiq Side Effects Support Forum
- Prozac and Fluoxetine Should Be Illegal
- Seroquel (Quetiapine) Should Be Illegal
- Seroquel/Quetiapine Support Group
- Sertraline SE and Withdrawal Symptoms Group
- Sertraline (Zooloft) Should Be Illegal
- SSRIs/Antidepressants Withdrawal (Paraoxetine, Paxil, Seroxat)
- Tramadol / Tips for tapering
- Zyprexa (Olanzapine) Should Be Illegal
There is only a 2 (possibly 3) week reinstatement window where it is (somewhat) safe to go back onto the drug to try to reverse the withdrawal, but only if other drugs have not been added and the person did not alternate days more than 2 (possibly 3) weeks. After that window passes, the person is left to deal with whatever comes their way. There is no known “cure” for protracted withdrawal once it settles in. It just takes time to resolve on its own.Read More
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