Article Category: Psychiatric Medication

Treatment for Benzodiazepine Withdrawal

by Charles Gant, N.M.D., Ph.D. The appearance of this article does not indicate an endorsement by Safe Harbor. We seek to provide information for both the lay and professional community and include articles with well-researched approaches and/or treatments that the writer feels have shown clinically to be of help. (This protocol should not be used … Continued

Quitting Psychiatric Drugs

Reprinted by permission of the Second Opinion Society Whitehorse, Yukon Territory, Canada http://www.walnet.org/llf/drugs/psychdrugs1.html Note: The information in this article is for information only and is not intended to replace the advice of a healthcare practitioner. Anyone seeking to withdraw from psychiatric drugs should seek such advice. For more information on psychiatric drugs, see www.drugawareness.org ntroduction … Continued

Psychiatric Drugs Impact Veterinary Medicine

by Richard Palmquist, DVM Chief of Medicine Centinela Animal Hospital Inglewood, CA Veterinary medicine is adopting psychiatric drugs at an alarming rate. The field of behavioral medicine is being medicalized in a manner paralleling the human psychiatric profession. This is not a surprise as most veterinary behavioral graduate programs use psychiatric literature to educate their … Continued

Products and Programs for Weaning off of Psychiatric Meds

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Optimal Dosing for Schizophrenia

Raymond J. Pataracchia, B.Sc., N.D. Naturopathic Medical Research Clinic 20 Eglinton Avenue East, Suite #441 Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M4P 1A9 www.nmrc.ca [Published in the Journal of Orthomolecular Medicine, 2005; 20(2), 93-99.] Introduction Neuroleptics are tranquilizers (major sedatives) that block brain neuron transmission at the receptor level.1 Neuroleptics can be useful during acute episodes of schizophrenia … Continued

Nutritional Protection from the Damaging Effects of Psychiatric Drugs

by Charles Gant, M.D., Ph.D., East Syracuse, NY Regarding the complementary use of nutritional supplements and psychotropic medications, many psychiatric patients seem to be unable to discontinue medications without incurring withdrawal side effects and many want to stay on medication believing, sometimes rightly, that recurrence of psychiatric symptoms are prevented. In my practice when I … Continued