A Story of Antidepressants Making Me Depressed

by Steffi
(Germany-UK)

I have been on antidepressants for years and they almost led to me killing myself in the end. I barely survived and i am terrified of every new medication. I reacted with sleeplessness to zopiclon (sleeping pill) and react with anxiety and aggression to lorazepam still couldn't manage to get off of it after 14 years on a low dose (1mg daily).


Beta blocker pretty much lead to anxiety and aggression as well. You start feeling helpless because most doctors won't believe you and if you suffer from anxiety and they try to put you on meds that make it worse, its frightening.

I Just wish doctors would look closely at every case to determine the right treatment.

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Antidepressants are rarely a solution
by: Kerri Knox, The Immune Queen

Antidepressants and sleeping pills are rarely the solution to these issues anyway. And in fact, the Side Effects of Antidepressants can include severe withdrawal symptoms, and hence you may never get off of them. Many antidepressants are prescribed inappropriately anyway, so people get on drugs forever without even having needed them in the first place! Who would want that!?

Also, taking drugs like sleeping pills and antidepressants are 'band aids' for the underlying problems they represent, such as Magnesium Deficiency or Vitamin D Deficiency.

Drugs should either be used as a temporary measure to get past a 'bad spot' until the source of the problem can be found, or be used in an emergency. But drugs do not solve chronic problems, and they often make them worse.

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