"Break Your Prescribed Addiction"
A Guide to Coming Off Tranquilizers, Antidepressants (SSRIs, MAOs), Pain Pills, and More using Amino Acids and Nutrients!
Are You Battling a Dependence
on Prescription Drugs?
Prescription drug addiction is no longer a hidden epidemic. But many people still don't realize they are victims of prescription addiction, the side effects of which make them sicker than before they started taking the prescriptions.
If you are sick of taking prescription drugs, this step-by-step guide provides a safe, gradual withdrawal from tranquilizers, antidepressants (SSRIs, MAOs, Tricyclics), pain pills, and other addictive medications and substances.
Withdrawing from an addictive substance can be a very stressful and frightening experience. Sometimes withdrawal is as traumatic as what caused you to begin taking the prescription in the first place. This book will guide you through the experience as painlessly as possible.
As more and more psychotropic drugs flood this country, millions of people are looking for alternatives. Exciting breakthroughs in scientific research have lead to a new understanding of how amino acids and nutrients affect mind, mood, memory, and behavior. This practical guide outlines a safe method of withdrawal, helpful information for the withdrawal experience, and an aftercare program to help you stay drug-free.
If you or someone you love has a problem with antidepressants, tranquilizers, pain pills, or other addictive substances, this book gives you the natural alternatives you for a better quality of life naturally—
256 pages ISBN 1-889391-27-1
Break Your Prescribed Addiction $14.95
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