The Telegraph’s recent article ‘I lost a decade of my life to prescription drugs’ tells about the struggles of people attempting to withdraw from anti-depressant medication.
Some argue the medications are addictive.
From personal experience and working with people to withdraw from anti-depressant medication, it is mostly horrific withdrawal symptoms which people are not prepared for.
If no coping mechanisms are learned whilst on medication, it’s hard to withdraw successfully..
It is advisable to learn coping mechanisms and prepare for withdrawal – contact for more information.
In the above article, Rebekah Hock describes the symptoms she experienced attempting to withdraw which highlights the struggles experienced by many.
Have you had any experience of this? Leave a comment below.