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Will my doctor support me using the Point of Return Prescription Drug Withdrawal Program?

Some patients worry that their doctor may not support their use of the Point of Return Prescription Drug Withdrawal Program.

It is important to work with your doctor when you taper off benzodiazepines, sleeping pills, or antidepressants because your doctor understands your overall health, health conditions, and other medications you may be taking.

If you are worried you won’t have your doctor’s support, don’t.

Our medical team will provide your doctor with our Physician’s Guide. We will walk him or her through the whole process of your taper program.

Our success stories and testimonials will tell you that the vast majority of doctors are supportive of their patients using our withdrawal program to get off benzodiazepines, sleeping pills, and antidepressants.

Why Should Your Doctor Support You

Here are the reasons why your doctor will support you in your Point of Return prescription drug withdrawal program.

  1. The program is backed by medical experts.

Our medical advisors are experts in their specialization and have decades of experience helping people get off dangerous prescription drugs. Our medical advisors include an anesthesiologist, cardiothoracic surgeon, an osteopathic physician, and an integrative specialist.

  1. The goal of the program is backed by research and studies.

A study published in the Journal of the Americal Medical Association concludes that prescription antidepressant medications have minimal or nonexistent effects on patients with moderate symptoms. The National Academy of Science Committee also recommends that anxiety medications, hypnotics, and sedatives should be used sparingly and with limitations. Sleeping medications should only be used for a few nights at a time.

  1. The FDA acknowledges the problems that insomnia drugs may cause.

The US Food and Drug Administration requires that drug companies put a warning on the boxes of prescription sleeping pills. The warning includes reports of rare and serious injuries and deaths that are caused by strange behaviors following the use of these prescription drugs.

These strange behaviors include sleep-driving, sleepwalking, and doing activities that are dangerous while being half-asleep.

  1. The program is practical and on-point.

The program will make sense to most doctors. Not only is it backed by medical research and science, but it is carefully tailored for each patient. We do not give a one-size-fits-all taper program. Each is designed to fit your individual needs and medical condition.

If you are ready to get off prescription drugs and get your life back using our antidepressant withdrawal program, sleeping pill withdrawal program or benzodiazepine withdrawal program, send us a message or give us a call at 866-605-2333 for a free consultation.


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