Many people encounter troubling Seroquel withdrawal symptoms when taking missing a dose or attempting to get off this medication. At Alternative to Meds Center, specific methods of Seroquel withdrawal help have been created to relieve symptoms of withdrawal and make this process less troubling. We know for a fact that better answers exist besides a lifetime being medicated on antipsychotics, and continuously going to the hospital. Are you ready to see yourself or someone that you love start living life in ways you have always known were possible?
Seroquel discontinuation can lead to Seroquel withdrawal effects including nausea, severe insomnia, and signs of schizophrenia or manic depression. Seroquel is a second generation, atypical antipsychotic, prescribed for insomnia, bi-polar disorder, manic depression, mania, depression, and schizophrenia.
All mental hang-ups can be treated without prescription medications such as this one. Enduring antipsychotic withdrawal can be a very good choice to make if the withdrawal process is handled in a healthy, professional and positive manner with Seroquel withdrawal treatment. People who are prescribed this medication for schizophrenia might experience a relapse of their symptoms during withdrawal; having withdrawal help can address this.
Re-appearing symptoms can sometimes be much worse than they were prior to taking this medication. For patients who have been taking this medication for depression or manic depression, antipsychotic withdrawal may worsen depression to an intense level. People can become suicidal, experience extreme worry or paranoia, have panic attacks, show aggressive behavior, act without thinking, among many other things. This is why it is crucially important to undergo Seroquel medication withdrawal in a monitored setting with medical supervision. There are a vast number of possible symptoms that may emerge during antipsychotic withdrawal. Each person will experience their own set of symptoms depending on many variables including their Seroquel dosage, length of time they have been taking the medication, and why they are taking it.
Seroquel withdrawal insomnia is trademark when it comes to symptoms of discontinuing this medication, some people have even reported that months after discontinuing this drug, they still have insomnia and sleep disturbances. Seroquel withdrawal help greatly lessens these withdrawal problems.
Some of the other symptoms include: agitation, severe restlessness, irritability, manic depression, manic excitement, restless leg syndrome, nausea, vomiting, vision problems, dizziness, rapid heart rate, hearing voices, shakes, weakness, constipation, gas, indigestion, hallucinations, delusions, stomach pain or swelling, increased appetite, excessive weight gain, headaches, pain in the joints, dry mouth, stuffy nose, decreased sexual desire, strange or unusual dreams, loss of coordination, tingling or numbness in the arms or in the legs, difficulty concentrating, difficulty speaking, difficulty thinking, breast enlargement in men, irregular menstrual cycles, and discharge from breasts.
Because insomnia is usually one of the more bothersome Seroquel side effects of withdrawal, it is important to have Seroquel withdrawal treatment that focuses on overcoming insomnia. There are many exercises for the brain and body that can get an individual’s mind off the fear of sleep problems, and all the other changes that their body is experiencing from withdrawal.
Having a detailed Seroquel drug withdrawal help plan decided upon before you begin withdrawal from this medication will greatly decrease the painful symptoms. Consulting a reputable prescription drug rehab such as Alternative to Meds Center makes the process of withdrawal more like a journey to a “mental illness” free and drug free lifestyle. Inpatient and outpatient withdrawal treatment programs are available and both are well equipped to meet each individual’s needs in order to be comfortable.
Some of the things that significantly benefit the mind, heart, body and soul, and decrease pain through building strength, energy, stamina, and balance include drinking enough water every day, exercise, stretching, meditation, yoga, body detoxification, sauna program, eliminating caffeine, chocolate or other stimulants, eating a healthy whole diet, and reducing stimulating activities (televisions, bright lights, computers) especially before bedtime.
Finding out why the individual was on this drug initially can be achieved through finding the underlying reasons that caused the original symptoms. It is the most important that the antipsychotic withdrawal process be done properly. Here at Alternative to Meds Center, our first step in successful withdrawal from antipsychotic medications is lab testing. This allows us to see what could have caused the initial symptoms, and we usually find that toxicity is the cause.
Toxicity can result from the person’s genetics or their environment, but then we focus on clearing the person’s body out. So we restrict food containing sugar, and processed foods, and use supplements that will support and stabilize the neurochemistry. Our Seroquel tapering and withdrawal program is aimed at the use of body detoxification to dislodge neurotoxins accumulated from environmental sources, targeted nutrition support, peer support, massage therapy, IV amino acid therapy, yoga, exercise, and holistic therapies that can address Seroquel side effects withdrawal. When the person is a state of stability and sedation from these treatments, their medication can be slowly decreased.
Success is found daily at Alternative to Meds Center. Graduations are held weekly for our participants to celebrate this success. Around 50 people, including friends and family attend. Amazing stories are spoken of at these gatherings, which sometimes narrate several decades spent suffering, with unbelievable clarity. It’s encouraging to us to see this knowing they have the skills to maintain their life and become an inspiration to others. We invite your call so you can talk to us and understand more about the kind of Seroquel withdrawal help available.
Types Of Medications We Treat
We are licensed for medication withdrawal as a Level 2 Residential Behavioral Health Treatment Center, which is just below that of a Level 1 hospital. According to our licensing agency, we are the most committed in the State of Arizona, possibly the country, at helping people reduce and eliminate the need for medications. Most treatment centers actually put people on drugs and provide minimal counseling and a poor diet. We specialize in withdrawing people from psychiatric medication in a relaxed, luxurious, retreat-like setting.