We have observed most medical professionals lack familiarity, resources, or expertise to provide effective Paliperidone alternatives, or Paliperidone tapering, weaning or titration methods. Alternative to Meds Center may be the answer you have been seeking, to resolve lingering side effects or other characteristics of long-term medication.
Being prescribed antipsychotics like Paliperidone, even if properly indicated during a time of very real crisis, does not always mean that a lifetime of being medicated is necessarily warranted.
Are you really your Diagnosis?
Alternative to Meds has given expert help with Paliperidone alternatives for better than 15 years. The center has published evidence regarding our client successes and positive results from using our treatment protocols. We aim toward improved natural mental health rather than relying only on prescribed medication for the relief of undesirable symptoms. Using alternative treatments, we can address underlying issues in non-toxic ways. Testing our clients has frequently found that medical conditions or other contributing factors present at the time of a crisis have changed, so in some cases, a person was prematurely labeled, or often misdiagnosed.
15 Year Experience by Professionals Who Understand Your Journey.
It is not necessary to continue to suffer unwanted symptoms when one can learn about the use of non-drug-based Paliperidone alternatives. It is possible to reduce or eliminate symptoms that were troubling in the past using drug-free ways that are designed for relief.1,2 Our clinically tested and proven methods aim to provide real results without the liability of side effects from antipsychotic medications that may not be necessary in all cases. It is possible, using Paliperidone alternatives, to feel better and much more engaged in life without the need to suffer from the adverse effects of antipsychotic medications.
Environmental Toxicity and Unwanted Symptoms
Often a person can become accustomed to taking antipsychotic medication to mask or dampen symptoms, and for a time this might be the medically recommended action. However, there are possible non-drug-based protocols that can also be employed. One that has become renowned is testing for and removal of accumulated environmental toxicity.
Exposure to toxic chemicals such as those found in cleaning or industrial products, air or water pollutants, past drug residues, heavy metals, etc., can accumulate over one’s lifetime. Testing will show if this is the case, which can be followed up with a gentle but effective cleansing of these neurotoxic substances. Children suffering from ADHD type of behavioral issues have been tested for the presence of lead, for example, after the Flint Michigan water contamination event a few years back. Adult-onset schizophrenia patients have also been found to have been exposed to heavy metals in other studies.3 More research is being done daily but it is an important piece of the overall picture when it comes to restoring natural mental health and physical wellness.
Clients typically report improvements in mood, sleep, appetite, mental clarity, and so on, after the various types of cleansing processes that are employed. These benefits can play a significant role in supporting and promoting bettered natural mental health as the burden on the neurochemistry, which may have been present for a while, is relieved. The study of toxic exposure connected to psychiatric disorders goes back as far as 1850, with many new research projects continuing to show more specifically how these toxic effects occur, how they manifest, and the benefits of clearing toxic burden from the body.3
Paliperidone Alternatives Include Restoring A Healthy Microbiome
It has been well established that a healthy gut (sometimes called the second brain) supports both physical and mental well-being. The bulk of neurotransmitters are formed and delivered via the gut to the rest of the body, including the central nervous system and brain. Without a healthy microbiome, neurochemistry can suffer from various dysfunctional characteristics, linked to neurochemical or other deficiencies.
Gut bacteria can negatively impact mental health quite dramatically, as studies show.4,5 This is a relatively new branch of research but researchers are finding that certain gut microbes/bacteria do show an observable link to schizophrenia, psychosis, depression and other mental disorders. Other health effects are being studied as well. This knowledge is gaining much interest to diagnosticians and thankfully, this trend is moving forward.
Cleansing is vitally important to restore a healthy gut, and also the introduction to a corrected diet consisting of clean, chemical-free ingredients as well as food-grade targeted supplements. All of these elements are highly beneficial to supporting a healthy microbiome and natural mental health.
Paliperidone Alternatives: Gentle But Effective
Clients who are seeking Paliperidone alternative treatment may have several different goals or milestones. One of these might be restoring gut health and more vibrant physical health. Another might be the reduction or elimination of symptoms that preceded being prescribed antipsychotic medication in the first place. This is achieved most effectively when searching for root causes, instead of looking for a “better drug” to mask unwanted symptoms. Clients also frequently want to achieve a calmer sense of self and a restored feeling of engagement with life.
Equine Therapy at Alternative to Meds Center
Equine therapy, counseling in many formats, and life coaching can be quite beneficial for these goals. Equine therapy has been found to be a gentle, relaxing, and empowering therapy that benefits a person recovering from a fragile or weakened condition. This safe and gentle supervised therapy is very popular at the center.
Another frequently mentioned goal our clients give is the reduction or even elimination of antipsychotic medication. This is only possible when symptoms are also reduced, and other strategies are learned for protecting and supporting natural mental health.
Gentle but effective alternative treatment and many other supporting genres of therapy can provide the means for our clients to successfully reach their health goals. Every client is unique and every client’s treatment is programmed individually rather than a one-size-fits-all approach.
More Information on Paliperidone Alternatives
Alternative to Meds Center has been helping those in recovery from neuroleptic medications that may not have been able to provide the level of relief and wellness that was hoped for over the long term.
There are many protocols used in our program and you are invited to call and request more information on the various treatments we have available, as well as costs, length of program, insurance coverage and any other questions you may have. Find out more about our paliperidone alternatives program and how it may have positive results on natural mental health and wellness for you or a loved one.
Hoenders, Velthuis, Vollbehr, Bruggeman, Knegtering, de Jong “Natural Medicines for Psychotic Disorders” US National Library of Medicine and the Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease [INTERNET] February 2018 [cited June 28, 2020]
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Dr. Samuel Lee
Dr. Samuel Lee is a board-certified psychiatrist, specializing in a spiritually-based mental health discipline and integrative approaches. He graduated with an MD at Loma Linda University School of Medicine and did a residency in psychiatry at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle. He has also been an inpatient adult psychiatrist at Kaweah Delta Mental Health Hospital and the primary attending geriatric psychiatrist at the Auerbach Inpatient Psychiatric Jewish Home Hospital. In addition, he served as the general adult outpatient psychiatrist at Kaiser Permanente. He is board-certified in psychiatry and neurology and has a B.A. Magna Cum Laude in Religion from Pacific Union College. His specialty is in natural healing techniques that promote the body’s innate ability to heal itself.