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This site is dedicated to providing accurate information about psychiatric medications including their addictive nature and how to get help.
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Dear Visitors to this Site
For almost twenty years this site has provided information on the potential harms of many psychiatric drugs including Benzodiazepines, sleeping pills, anti-depressants and anti-psychotics.
Use of Prescription Psychiatric Drugs Soaring
Early research is indicating that during this time of coronavirus the use of prescription psychiatric drugs is soaring. Many of us are turning to benzodiazepines, sleeping pills and antidepressants to try to deal with the losses, sadness and changes we are all experiencing.
This is a fearful, stressful and exhausting time! Although it will end, we don't know when.
Understand the Risks
Using psychiatric drugs or sleeping pills to try to get through this is understandable but there are real risks in doing so. Some of these risks include experiencing a range of side effects including depression, changes in thinking and sexual problems, difficulties getting off the drug if you use it for more than a few weeks and, eventually, an increase in many of the symptoms you originally took the drug for.
Be Cautions & Full Informed
You can find information about this on this site.
So please be cautious and become fully informed before you decide to use these drugs. Remember this period of our lives will end!
Reach Out, Stay in Touch
Reach out to friends and family and stay in touch with people who care about you. Reach out to others in the same way!
Remember, many of us are going through exactly what you are.
Try to get some exercise every day — it really helps with sleep and anxiety.Good luck. Be safe and well.
April 28/20 — Pandemic science out of control.
A toxic legacy of poor-quality research, media hype, lax regulatory oversight, and vicious partisanship has come home to roost in the search for effective treatments for COVID-19.
January 6/20 — Dr. Heather Ashton, 90, dies; Helped people quit anxiety drugs.
Older stories are archived on the Older Stories page.