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Everything on this site, and all the information I'm sending you, is written by me, Mark Ivar Myhre. I am not a doctor - I am an independent researcher. And I am not affiliated with any other organization whatsoever.
This means I'm not limited to just conventional medicine (which is so much of the problem). Instead I can draw upon all disciplines to help you succeed. However, I do include the most recent scientific breakthroughs that pertain to your situation. This latest research provides part of the key to tapering safely and effectively with minimum side effects.
Another part involves tapering slowly. There's no substitute for that - and don't let anybody tell you differently.
See, here's the problem:
On the one hand, you've got the conventional, established medical community backed by the pharmaceutical industry who wants to downplay (or even outright deny) the withdrawal pain and suffering that so frequently occurs. And on the other hand, you've got people trying to sell you expensive solutions that may or may not even work. While you're stuck in the middle not sure where to turn or who to trust.
I've extracted the best information from both worlds. And if you choose to take supplements (not a bad idea) I can show you how to get them at the best prices. You don't have to spend a lot of money to feel better.
Well, anybody with half a brain could have come up with this balance approach (which really makes me wonder why no one else has!) but my real expertise is emotional healing. This is the essential - but so often overlooked - part of the equation. This deals with the underlying problem which caused you to go on antidepressants in the first place.
Emotional healing. Because once you clear up your antidepressant withdrawal symptoms, it's time to take a good hard look at what you've been avoiding. That's where I come in. That's what I'm most eager to talk about. But first, let's clear up that withdrawal issue, okay?