If you have ever considered coming off your psychotropic medications you have no doubt come across a lot of daunting information on what it can be like, or if it’s even possible for you.
It can be overwhelming because reducing medications is serious, and you shouldn’t do it alone.
Truehope not only offers effective and well studied supplements to support your mental health, but our non profit also offers a service called MicroNutrient Support Services™. We have helped more people successfully transition from medications to micronutrient therapies than any other organization in the world. We have also facilitated medical research at universities worldwide, and because Doctors are not taught how to work with nutrition, we train them on how nutrition and medications work together.
Dr. Charles Popper, a psychiatrist at Harvard University (who also teaches psychiatry to other psychiatrists) was initially extremely skeptical about the impact of micronutrients on diagnoses such as depression and bipolar. He has since had hundreds of patients successfully transition from their psychotropic medications to Truehope EMP, Truehope Inositol, and Truehope Freeminos.
Our success Coaches at MicroNutrient Support Services are here to help anyone who wants to reduce or stop taking their anti-anxiety, anti-depressant, and antipsychotic medications. They have helped over 100,000 people since 1996 reduce or come off their psychotropic medications while avoiding the unpleasant side effects!
What can you expect?
Most people work with MicroNutrient Support Services for 3-4 months which is the typical length of time it takes to get off medications like SSRI’s. Benzodiazepines (eg. Xanax, Valium, Ativan) can take a little longer.
How do you sign up?
If you’re interested in learning more about how MicroNutrient Support Services can help you, to to go Micronutrientsupport.com or phone 1888-TRU-HOPE (878-3467). There’s a nominal fee of $34.95 per month so access our 24 hour services.
Please remember if you or someone you love is expressing suicidal thoughts it’s considered an emergency situation. Please call 911 or visit your local emergency room.
Not for you?
We respect that not everyone wants to come off their psychiatric medications. If this sounds like you, it’s still possible to get some of the benefits from Truehope EMP.
Take one capsule per day (two can be tolerated by some people) while continuing your prescriptions. If you take too much Truehope EMP however, you are at risk of protracted withdrawal where the side effects of your medication(s) will be intensified. This is a sign your chemistry has starting correcting itself, and you have become over-medicated. If this happens you must either reduce your medication with professional help, or stop taking Truehope EMP.
We want to provide nothing but the highest quality information and advice for our followers to improve their health, which is why at Truehope Canada, we're happy to say our writer is a Certified Life Coach and Registered Holistic Nutritionist.