Yesterday i went to my doctors,to discuss,coming of antidepresiants,it has been reduced very slowly.

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someone said taking some thiamine to help withdrawels,can you tell me if this will help me please.....

 

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    that's great of you feel you are ready I am on a reduction programme my only advice is you need to stay strong and keep focused because ever time I get reduced I feel like I'm back at square one again even though I'm not good luck
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    Dear lotty,

    If you come down off your antidepressants slow as your GP would suggest you should not need to take anything. Just make sure you have a good balanced diet with plenty of fruit and vedetables drink water and leave coffee and alcohol alone.

    It is very important that you get lots of rest, sleep heals the mind better than almost anything.

    Please try not to worry, not to worry, you are young and your natural healing power will be very strong.

    I hope you find my comments helpful

    Please get better soon

    bob

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    I agree plenty of fresh food  sugar is good to give up as well as caffeine plenty of water as it's important to stay hydrated

    good luck

     

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    I withdrew slowly over 10 months.  I always took supplements whilst on anti depressants, and still take them, and have added more since I stopped.  May be the placebo effect, but I honestly think they have helped me have no withdrawals at all.  Anything is worth trying.  If you believe something will help, then it will as that is the placebo effect.

    Yes try it, why not

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