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Hi,

 

I discovered this site through http://cepuk.org/support/

 

I was forcibly drugged with Zyprexa/Olanzapine off and on between 2003 and 2005. I tapered off slowly through 2006. I am now drug free. However I am still healing serious brain damage. There have been improvements but I still can't work. I've got to the point now after reading Deadly Medicines and Organised Crime  - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Deadly-Medicines-Organised-Crime-Healthcare/dp/1846198844 - where I have the evidence and confidence to seek financial compensation through a clinical negligence solicitor. I already have names of 249 clinical negligence solicitors that accept legal aid. I found this through the Law Society - https://www.lawsociety.org.uk/ - but I need to find the one's who have experience with psychiatric drug claims. So if anyone has experience with good, well run solicitors who can really fight my corner then I'd be very interested to know about it.

 

I had known for many years of serious problems in pharma industry but I was shocked to the core by Peter Gotzsche's book.  Probably the most important thing for me has been other examples of corruption. Transparency International is a very good organisation - https://www.transparency.org

 

So at the moment I need to concentrate on getting financial compensation if I can. I do not have a proper place to live and need to buy my own property so I can move along with healing and helping other people.

 

God bless.

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Welcome, Adam.

 

You may wish to post in our Events, controversies, actions forum, that's where we discuss legal actions.

 

How are you feeling now? How did you go off olanzapine?

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Adam, what kind of symptoms of brain damage do you have? I too feel like I have permanent brain damage. Would be great to chat. 

 

Thanks! 

Dec 2016 Risperidone 1 mg, Seroquel 25mg, Latuda 40mg 

Jan - Mar 2017 Paliperidone (invega) 6 -9mg, Zoloft, Mirtazapine, Proprananol, Ativan

Mar - Apr 2017 Aripiprazole (abilify) 10 mg

Apr 2017 - July 2017 Olanzapine (zyprexa) 5 mg tapered to 0mg

Oct 2017 - Present Effexor 37.5mg and Prozac 10mg 

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On 12/29/2017 at 10:31 PM, Plshelp said:

Adam, what kind of symptoms of brain damage do you have? I too feel like I have permanent brain damage. Would be great to chat. 

 

Thanks! 

 

I had a major breakthrough about 4 months ago. I have spent 12 years researching these drugs. I always noticed the classic "brain fog", yet even though I got off the drug in 2006 I was never really getting to the bottom of fixing the damage. I started using Dr Ann Blake Tracy's recommended natural treatments ( http://drugawareness.org ) and this did improve my general health however something was never right. I was not "feeling more like my old self" (a phrase that will become important below). About 5 months ago it started dawning on me what these drugs really are designed to do ("Weaponised by design"). I realised that the drug had created permanent changes in cellular function through the way it damages or changes cellular surface interactions (Zyprexa/Olanzapine was developed from antihistamine drugs). I reasoned that if you produce a drug like this you also produce an antidote. In fact there are pharmaceuticals that can be used to revert the effect of Olanzapine/Zyprexa but I would not recommend them as they have their own bad effects. But I thought "there must be an antidote!". Think of that scene in one of the Indiana Jones films where he is chasing the vial of antidote around on the floor as it gets kicked around the room.  So I started looking into the biotechnology behind the drug. Deeper and deeper. But it gets way too complex. I'm a polymath and autodidact so can quickly work something out. This was not one of those times and I had to admit defeat.

 

Then I remembered Homeopathy, which for various reasons I had discounted years ago. I realised it was not necessary to work out complex biotechnological solutions when Homeopathy is based on using the bodies own wisdom which allows the body to heal the problem. A key article was this ... "What Homeopathic Medicine Offers to People with Lead Poisoning and Other Environmental Exposures" which got me thinking, hang on, can't we use a Homeopathic treatment based on a sample of the actual original drug poison !? Think snake bites and how a small amount of the original venom is used to create the antidote.

 

So I got some advice (PLEASE consult a qualified Naturopath and/or Homeopath before trying any of this) and found myself phoning up Ainsworth's Homeopathic Pharmacy in London. Well, waddaya know ? They have it already made up, sitting on the shelf for £6.95 ! Made up from an actual sample of Olanzapine/Zyprexa (don't worry, it's diluted down to miniscule proportions). Of course I immediately ordered this and took the dosage for the prescribed 2 week period. It then got a little scary for 36 to 48 hours. After I finished the course I realised it was starting to work ! However it had blown the lid off my emotional system. An emotional system that had remained damaged for 12 years. Suddenly there was lots of anger, rage, fury. This was understandable after the way I had been so badly treated. I rode that out, with support.

 

Then over the weeks I started noticing that I was socialising better. I was more spontaneous and "feeling more like my old self" (remember ? this is a key phrase in Homeopathy). I was getting back, and am still getting back my personality expression, what I call soul expression. THIS is what had been blocked by the drug for 12 years and hence the "brain fog".


So what's going on ? The Homeopathy provides the body with a small sample of the original poison in a way that presents it to the bodies immune system. This is what had happened with me. The original drugging was so shocking that my system had never caught onto what had actually damaged it. Once the "explanation", so to speak, was there my body could start repairing the damage in earnest this time. Cellular energy levels started going up (neurons are cells as well remember) and brain functions start returning. I have written an initial article about this and plan to write a more extensive article. However the Homeopathy has bought up a lot of material that I did not have access to for 12 years which I need to deal with in therapy with my current therapist.


Please tell people about Homeopathy, especially the specific form of it as described above. It is being kept secret. Victims are being kept away from it and being told that they are left "damaged for life" by these drugs. I believe people should be helped and led towards their full potential as human beings.

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Interesting, thanks, Adam. A little goes a long way in hypersensitive nervous systems.

 

Also see

 

What is withdrawal syndrome?
 
About reinstating and stabilizing to reduce withdrawal symptoms 
 
The Windows and Waves Pattern of Stabilization

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Thanks. I'll have to spend some time reading through those.

 

So I need to write this all up in a full article on my blog. But here's a "teaser".

 

Basically at the core of this whole thing is one thing. HISTAMINE. You might have heard their statement "The exact mechanism of action of psychiatric drugs is unknown". This is rubbish. It's WELL KNOWN how they work. For example ...

 

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That's all from Wikipedia. It's all about the Histamines. Once this key point is grasped one can move on to appreciating this ...

 

"Anti-histamines dry up all of the delicate tissues of the body including most mucous membranes, including the gut lining, the eyes and the myelin sheath of nerve endings. In Chinese Medicine we call this yin deficiency." - http://www.livingartsmedicine.com/single-post/2016/12/05/The-Problem-with-Antihistamines-An-Acupuncturist-View

 

"The drying action of the antihistamines attack the lung and heart nerves causing deficiency heat or minor inflammation of the nerves. When the nerves become inflamed they create pain." .... "I have seen many patients come in my door complaining of fibromyalgia and sharp upper back pain" (same link).

 

"If conventional medicine has already been used (such as an antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, antihistamine, antidepressant, antidiuretic, antihypertensive, antifungal, anti-acid, etc.), which functions by suppressing the symptoms, then the immune system is likely to have been compromised. In this instance, it may take a little longer to excite the immune system to heal those particular symptoms as well as any side effects or toxicity that may have been caused." - http://genierowson.co.za/faq/

 

"IT BLOCKS UP YOUR EARS" - A  friend of mine in psych ward ~2003 who had also been drugged with Zyprexa.

 

"This stimulation explains the potent vasodilatory effects of betahistine in the inner ear, that are well documented. Betahistine seems to dilate the blood vessels within the inner ear which can relieve pressure from excess fluid and act on the smooth muscle." - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Betahistine  (Drug in the Histamine class) ... "adverse effects include constipation, dry mouth," ... (dry mouth is listed as a "side effect" of Zyrexa. That can cause dental caries). This is the dried out membranes from Anti-Histamine effects again  ... "and flu-like symptoms, such as allergies or pruritus, among others." - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mianserin ... "As an H1 receptor inverse agonist with high affinity, mianserin has strong antihistamine effects (e.g., sedation)" ... Yet you (psychiatry) say "the mechanism of action is not understood" - LIES.

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It's  fairly well-known that some psychiatric drugs act on histamine receptors and are more likely to cause sleepiness, particularly at low doses. However, they act on a lot of other receptors, too. Histamine is not the entire story by a long shot.

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On 1/5/2019 at 10:19 PM, Altostrata said:

It's  fairly well-known that some psychiatric drugs act on histamine receptors and are more likely to cause sleepiness, particularly at low doses. However, they act on a lot of other receptors, too. Histamine is not the entire story by a long shot.

 

It took me a long time to get back to this as I must admit I found your reply to be quite dismissive. There are undoubtedly other interactions going on. That is the problem. To intellectually claim to understand what is going on in the body is misguided. It's a MASSIVE system. There's almost an entire Universe in there ... hence my point about Homeopathy which lets THE BODY work out what's going on. However the biomedical research I did do, confirmed, absolutely confirmed, what I have written above. It just matches up with too much. It took me 12 years to work this out ! So please don't discount it. I'm sure I'm not right about everything but I know there are some very important and crucial understandings here that can help people. These drugs are designed to damage people for life EVEN AFTER YOU GET OFF THEM.

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Yes, the effect on the body is an effect on an extremely complex interconnected web of transmission lines and self-regulating feedback loops.

 

Any alteration of a particular system, such as histamine, also affects other systems. Symptoms may be generated by these other systems and may not entirely resolved if somehow the histamine system is corrected.

 

As this is a site for going off psychiatric drugs and recovery from withdrawal syndrome, we are looking for concrete ways to help our members. Philosophical discussions about the causes of symptoms are of limited value.

 

Some of our members might find homeopathy helpful, but we do not permit promotion of businesses here. If you have concrete suggestions other than referring people to a professional homeopath, please post them.

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On 1/20/2019 at 9:54 PM, AdamJensen said:

 

It took me a long time to get back to this as I must admit I found your reply to be quite dismissive. There are undoubtedly other interactions going on. That is the problem. To intellectually claim to understand what is going on in the body is misguided. It's a MASSIVE system. There's almost an entire Universe in there ... hence my point about Homeopathy which lets THE BODY work out what's going on. However the biomedical research I did do, confirmed, absolutely confirmed, what I have written above. It just matches up with too much. It took me 12 years to work this out ! So please don't discount it. I'm sure I'm not right about everything but I know there are some very important and crucial understandings here that can help people. These drugs are designed to damage people for life EVEN AFTER YOU GET OFF THEM.

How much have you recovered today and how much of that is due to that homoeopathy medicine you think?

 

Do you have time to lookup the name of the medicine you took from that homoeopathy place?

2015june psyc ward due to psychosis

10 days 10mg zyprexa. stopped cold turkey. side effects were blinking eyes, eyes shut down by themself when going to sleep, restless,hunger. I had natural sleep (6hrs) before zyprexa. Slept exact 8hours with zyprexa.

 

2015july one month after cold turkey(had own sleep during this time exact 8hours every night, felt like zyprexa sleep even though i didnt take it) I lost my sleep over a night and it never came back. 0hours for 7-10days before I had to reinstate zyprexa on 5mg first 2days 10mg 1week 5mg 1week and then stopped CT. maybe also had 7.5 and 2.5 some days dont remember.

 

2015sept/october 3weeks Nitrazepam 1w Theralen build of sleep

 

2016may psyc ward psychoziz. Trilafon injection Immovan 3weekz

 

2016june 1week theralen had some extra sleep but realised its just pushing problem forward i guess

 

2019 Ive now been medicine free for almost 2.5 years (I think last Trilafon injection was 2016 October) and still not fully recovered. I believe my overdose on Zyprexa (20mg + injection) did most damage. 

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On 1/20/2019 at 9:03 PM, Altostrata said:

Yes, the effect on the body is an effect on an extremely complex interconnected web of transmission lines and self-regulating feedback loops.

 

Any alteration of a particular system, such as histamine, also affects other systems. Symptoms may be generated by these other systems and may not entirely resolved if somehow the histamine system is corrected.

 

As this is a site for going off psychiatric drugs and recovery from withdrawal syndrome, we are looking for concrete ways to help our members. Philosophical discussions about the causes of symptoms are of limited value.

 

Some of our members might find homeopathy helpful, but we do not permit promotion of businesses here. If you have concrete suggestions other than referring people to a professional homeopath, please post them.

 

Is that because I named a particular Homeopath business ? I'm sorry if I did this I did not realise this was not allowed in this case as I am not connected to this business. Neither do I stand to make any financial gain from any form of Homeopathy. I won't mention an business by name again.

 

Also you mention my words being a "philosophical discussion". I don't know how you came to this conclusion as you cite Robert Whitaker's book , "Anatomy of an Epidemic: Magic Bullets, Psychiatric Drugs, and the Astonishing Rise of Mental Illness in America" in a profile on another site that I can only assume is actually you (same handle). Robert Whitaker's book has two chapters going into great detail about Histamines. These drugs are all about Histamines as Robert Whitaker shows. In fact the drugs that were eventually developed into Zyprexa were (and still are) used in surgery to prevent Anaphylactic Shock as the body reacts to foreign bodies and damage to the body with release of enormous amount of Histamine. In fact most of the citations and research that Whitaker uses match up with my own research. I discovered many of the same figures and histories as he did before I'd even read the book ! My research may not be as ordered as his due to me still having some serious health problems caused by drug damage. But please go a little easy on your responses to me as I have been through absolute hell to dig up what I did. It is important and I've been quite upset by your dismissive responses considering the number of victims that are out there who need to understand this.

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2 hours ago, frasier23 said:

How much have you recovered today and how much of that is due to that homoeopathy medicine you think?

 

Do you have time to lookup the name of the medicine you took from that homoeopathy place?

 

Hi.

 

Homeopathy was about 5 months ago for 2 weeks. Healing is still on going. However there is a definite return of my emotional system. Now this can be both positive and negative. Improved socialising and feeling more like my old self but also increased levels of anger and rage that I got initially but this is improving all the time. This makes sense because the Zyprexa blocked the emotional system so all those feelings were just waiting to get addressed. So, as always, the process is not without risk. You have been warned ! I'm also working with a Jungian therapist to heal basic psychological trauma. But this is effective now because of the now functioning emotional system.

 

I'm not sure if it has a specific name but it's simply based on an actual sample of the original damaging drug.

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You will need to explain in actionable detail what to do about the histamine problem you have found. If you can suggest something that will predictably help people, that would be of great value to this community.

 

As I said before, from what we've seen, the downstream dysregulating effects of psychiatric drugs go well beyond histamines. I am dubious it is an explanation of everything.

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4 hours ago, AdamJensen said:

 

Hi.

 

Homeopathy was about 5 months ago for 2 weeks. Healing is still on going. However there is a definite return of my emotional system. Now this can be both positive and negative. Improved socialising and feeling more like my old self but also increased levels of anger and rage that I got initially but this is improving all the time. This makes sense because the Zyprexa blocked the emotional system so all those feelings were just waiting to get addressed. So, as always, the process is not without risk. You have been warned ! I'm also working with a Jungian therapist to heal basic psychological trauma. But this is effective now because of the now functioning emotional system.

 

I'm not sure if it has a specific name but it's simply based on an actual sample of the original damaging drug.

So its more or less micrograms of Zyprexa you mean?  Ive recovered a lot already but I May give it a try if Im not fully satisfied after this year of recovering. Whats your main symptoms left to recover besides emotions? Libido? 

2015june psyc ward due to psychosis

10 days 10mg zyprexa. stopped cold turkey. side effects were blinking eyes, eyes shut down by themself when going to sleep, restless,hunger. I had natural sleep (6hrs) before zyprexa. Slept exact 8hours with zyprexa.

 

2015july one month after cold turkey(had own sleep during this time exact 8hours every night, felt like zyprexa sleep even though i didnt take it) I lost my sleep over a night and it never came back. 0hours for 7-10days before I had to reinstate zyprexa on 5mg first 2days 10mg 1week 5mg 1week and then stopped CT. maybe also had 7.5 and 2.5 some days dont remember.

 

2015sept/october 3weeks Nitrazepam 1w Theralen build of sleep

 

2016may psyc ward psychoziz. Trilafon injection Immovan 3weekz

 

2016june 1week theralen had some extra sleep but realised its just pushing problem forward i guess

 

2019 Ive now been medicine free for almost 2.5 years (I think last Trilafon injection was 2016 October) and still not fully recovered. I believe my overdose on Zyprexa (20mg + injection) did most damage. 

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On 2/6/2019 at 12:59 AM, frasier23 said:

So its more or less micrograms of Zyprexa you mean?  Ive recovered a lot already but I May give it a try if Im not fully satisfied after this year of recovering. Whats your main symptoms left to recover besides emotions? Libido? 

A homeopathic treatment made up from Zyprexa technically contains none of the actual drug in it. Although there is evidence that there are some nano particles left (ie, next to nothing). The homeopathic method "potentises" the water from the original sample of the Zyprexa. This puts it into an energetic form that is supplied to the immune system to tell it what caused the damage (very similar to creating an anti-venom from snake venom). Homeopathy is a form of energy medicine and therefore it is "controversial" because it is in direct opposition to Allopathic medicine and all their chemicals and nonsense. Many people are told it is "pseudoscience" yet one only read Whitaker's book to see where the real pseudoscience lies. You only need look yourself to find the wealth of evidence out there that Homeopathy is proven. But, please, I am not giving medical advice and you would need to consult a professional, if that's what you decide you need to do, before you proceed.

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On 2/9/2019 at 6:02 PM, AdamJensen said:

A homeopathic treatment made up from Zyprexa technically contains none of the actual drug in it. Although there is evidence that there are some nano particles left (ie, next to nothing). The homeopathic method "potentises" the water from the original sample of the Zyprexa. This puts it into an energetic form that is supplied to the immune system to tell it what caused the damage (very similar to creating an anti-venom from snake venom). Homeopathy is a form of energy medicine and therefore it is "controversial" because it is in direct opposition to Allopathic medicine and all their chemicals and nonsense. Many people are told it is "pseudoscience" yet one only read Whitaker's book to see where the real pseudoscience lies. You only need look yourself to find the wealth of evidence out there that Homeopathy is proven. But, please, I am not giving medical advice and you would need to consult a professional, if that's what you decide you need to do, before you proceed.

Thanks for The info. Sure but do you mean that this homeopathic medicine has risks? 

2015june psyc ward due to psychosis

10 days 10mg zyprexa. stopped cold turkey. side effects were blinking eyes, eyes shut down by themself when going to sleep, restless,hunger. I had natural sleep (6hrs) before zyprexa. Slept exact 8hours with zyprexa.

 

2015july one month after cold turkey(had own sleep during this time exact 8hours every night, felt like zyprexa sleep even though i didnt take it) I lost my sleep over a night and it never came back. 0hours for 7-10days before I had to reinstate zyprexa on 5mg first 2days 10mg 1week 5mg 1week and then stopped CT. maybe also had 7.5 and 2.5 some days dont remember.

 

2015sept/october 3weeks Nitrazepam 1w Theralen build of sleep

 

2016may psyc ward psychoziz. Trilafon injection Immovan 3weekz

 

2016june 1week theralen had some extra sleep but realised its just pushing problem forward i guess

 

2019 Ive now been medicine free for almost 2.5 years (I think last Trilafon injection was 2016 October) and still not fully recovered. I believe my overdose on Zyprexa (20mg + injection) did most damage. 

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5 hours ago, frasier23 said:

Thanks for The info. Sure but do you mean that this homeopathic medicine has risks? 

Yes it has risks. Certainly in this case it can do. If a psychiatric drug masked some original problem then reversing that can bring back whatever traumatised state that the drug was used to mask in the first place. In my case it was trauma created back in childhood which is why I used and am using a therapist in conjunction with the healing effects (and psychiatric drug  reversing) effects of the Homeopathy.

 

 

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Ok. With this case you mean your case? Do you have any book/material you would recommend around homepathic medicines. Im trying to be a less impulsive individual :)

2015june psyc ward due to psychosis

10 days 10mg zyprexa. stopped cold turkey. side effects were blinking eyes, eyes shut down by themself when going to sleep, restless,hunger. I had natural sleep (6hrs) before zyprexa. Slept exact 8hours with zyprexa.

 

2015july one month after cold turkey(had own sleep during this time exact 8hours every night, felt like zyprexa sleep even though i didnt take it) I lost my sleep over a night and it never came back. 0hours for 7-10days before I had to reinstate zyprexa on 5mg first 2days 10mg 1week 5mg 1week and then stopped CT. maybe also had 7.5 and 2.5 some days dont remember.

 

2015sept/october 3weeks Nitrazepam 1w Theralen build of sleep

 

2016may psyc ward psychoziz. Trilafon injection Immovan 3weekz

 

2016june 1week theralen had some extra sleep but realised its just pushing problem forward i guess

 

2019 Ive now been medicine free for almost 2.5 years (I think last Trilafon injection was 2016 October) and still not fully recovered. I believe my overdose on Zyprexa (20mg + injection) did most damage. 

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@AdamJensenRegarding your flashback of your own trauma. Did it just appear overnight? Did you start get images in your head constantly or how severe is/was it? 

2015june psyc ward due to psychosis

10 days 10mg zyprexa. stopped cold turkey. side effects were blinking eyes, eyes shut down by themself when going to sleep, restless,hunger. I had natural sleep (6hrs) before zyprexa. Slept exact 8hours with zyprexa.

 

2015july one month after cold turkey(had own sleep during this time exact 8hours every night, felt like zyprexa sleep even though i didnt take it) I lost my sleep over a night and it never came back. 0hours for 7-10days before I had to reinstate zyprexa on 5mg first 2days 10mg 1week 5mg 1week and then stopped CT. maybe also had 7.5 and 2.5 some days dont remember.

 

2015sept/october 3weeks Nitrazepam 1w Theralen build of sleep

 

2016may psyc ward psychoziz. Trilafon injection Immovan 3weekz

 

2016june 1week theralen had some extra sleep but realised its just pushing problem forward i guess

 

2019 Ive now been medicine free for almost 2.5 years (I think last Trilafon injection was 2016 October) and still not fully recovered. I believe my overdose on Zyprexa (20mg + injection) did most damage. 

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Hi ,hope yous dont mind ne butting in.

I agree about "trauma" or memories coming back once the meds go and our addictions if any picked along the way.

 

Although I am not off meds.  the dose im taking is low enough that im Being flooded with old memmories and flashbacks.not all trauma .

The mind is a facinating thing.

I was pouring the kettle thismorning and a rush of steam hit my face

.I instintly was brought back to that 8 year old on the couch hooked up to a nebuliser before school (chronic asmtha as a child).

A lot of my PTSD/flasbacks are self inflicted in adult life from addictions.

As you say adam Jensen ,if we can find the correct path and soothing therapy we can be unraveled in a productive and safe manner.

Take care.

 

nebuliser=a machine that you put little  viles of steroid medicine into , it mixes with oxygen and inhaled with a mask . 

Alcohol free since February 2015 

1MG diazepam

4.5MG PROZAC.

 

 

 

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@powerback. Glad to see you off that alcohol. Same liquid put me on venlafaxine back in the days. Keep that drug far away! 

2015june psyc ward due to psychosis

10 days 10mg zyprexa. stopped cold turkey. side effects were blinking eyes, eyes shut down by themself when going to sleep, restless,hunger. I had natural sleep (6hrs) before zyprexa. Slept exact 8hours with zyprexa.

 

2015july one month after cold turkey(had own sleep during this time exact 8hours every night, felt like zyprexa sleep even though i didnt take it) I lost my sleep over a night and it never came back. 0hours for 7-10days before I had to reinstate zyprexa on 5mg first 2days 10mg 1week 5mg 1week and then stopped CT. maybe also had 7.5 and 2.5 some days dont remember.

 

2015sept/october 3weeks Nitrazepam 1w Theralen build of sleep

 

2016may psyc ward psychoziz. Trilafon injection Immovan 3weekz

 

2016june 1week theralen had some extra sleep but realised its just pushing problem forward i guess

 

2019 Ive now been medicine free for almost 2.5 years (I think last Trilafon injection was 2016 October) and still not fully recovered. I believe my overdose on Zyprexa (20mg + injection) did most damage. 

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Hi AdamJensen,  I appreciate your enthusiasm for homeopathy. But I want to encourage people not to try to self-treat for something as serious as withdrawal from psychotropic drugs. Its very important to work with an experienced homeopathic practitioner, preferably one with experience with withdrawal  issues, while at the same time having a doctor to consult for how to manage the drugs.  Its not necessarily the case that one should take a homeopathically potentized form of the same drug that one is withdrawing.

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