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Cymbalta Withdrawal Success Stories


Do you want to successfully do a Cymbalta taper to get off Cymbalta? Looking for a Cymbalta withdrawal program that really works?

Here are just a few of the many Cymbalta withdrawal success stories from people who have used Point of Return's Cymbalta withdrawal program to taper off Cymbalta.

Luis - Cymbalta Withdrawal Success StoriesHi - I just want to say hello to all the staff at POINT OF RETURN. I am doing fine. I am now 2 1/2 years without drugs. Without all your support it would be impossible to get off those drugs. I am taking just nutritional supplements for support. There are hard days now, but I can handle it by myself without drugs. Hope all of you are doing great. Congratulations for the job well done.

Sincerely yours,
Luis D. (Honduras) Cymbalta


 

Lois - Cymbalta Withdrawal Success StoriesThank you so much for your quick response & the concern & caring that you have & give to everybody who calls on you for help. This program is truly a miracle & I don't even know how I found it, but it was meant for me to find. I can't give you guys enough praise for starting this program & for putting in all your effort to save people who need help so desperately. Please take care of yourselves!
Lots of love,

Lois P., (North Carolina) Cymbalta, Lorazepam


 

Glenn - Cymbalta Withdrawal Success StoriesPrescription psychiatric medications destroyed my dreams and the staff, program, but the products at Point of Return have helped to get my life back on track. My name is Glenn and at the age of 13, I was started on Ritalin for the treatment of ADHD. Over the course of 13 years, my dependence on the medication increased and I was prescribed Adderall and Vyvanse. To combat the anxiety and nervousness caused by the stimulant I tried a range of SSRI medications including Celexa, Paxil, and Lexapro. About two years before I began the Point of Return program I was prescribed Cymbalta.
When I first began taking the stimulants, I hated the way they made me feel and tried to voice my concerns to my family and doctor, but was dismissed because I was 13 and my objections were perceived as defiance. My heart felt like it was going to beat out of my chest, I was unable to sleep at night, and I was constantly nervous for the first time in my life. As I mentioned above, in an attempt to combat the anxiety the doctor put me on antidepressants, which seemed to dampen all my emotions.

Over the years I became convinced that I needed the medication to function, as I’d been told. As the years went on the doctor had to prescribe higher doses of Adderall (or Vyvanse depending on what I was taking at the time) to get the same results, which also required higher doses of the antidepressant. It became evident to me when I was about 22 that this was not sustainable. The higher the doses, the less I felt like a human being and the emotions associated with being human. I don’t think I shed a single tear in the 13 years I was on psychiatric medications. Over the next three years I thought about tapering off the medication, but didn’t have the will.

Then when I was in school for Vascular Ultrasound in the spring of 2011 two things happened that gave me the impetus to begin searching for something to get off the medication. First, in one of my classes we performed EKG’s (or ECG), which measure the electrical activity of the heart. My heart rhythm came back abnormal which concerned my instructor. This was extremely atypical for an otherwise healthy physically-fit man in the mid-twenties. The most obvious explanation for this was the medication. The second event that occurred in the spring of 2011 was I failed one of my labs, because I was unable to keep my hands from shaking, due to the effects of the Vyvanse. I’d never been so devastated in my life and at that moment I knew I had to get off the medication. I’d originally been put on the medication to help me with school and to launch a successful career, but the medication destroyed this aspect of my life.

In November of 2011 I contacted Point of Return and spoke with Andrea, who assured me that I could do this. I took the products immediately and noticed a huge difference on my brain function. A few weeks later I went off the Vyvanse and began a 5 month taper off the anti-depressant. Concerned that the stimulants left permanent heart damage, I had another EKG and it came back normal after being off Vyvanse for a couple weeks. This could not have been done without the help of Andrea, Terry, and Alesandra. Connecting with Andrea and Terry every couple of weeks made this possible. Andrea gave me tips that increased the effectiveness of the products and Terry offered support and encouraged me not to rush the process.

I’ve been off the medication for a little over a year and I will be forever grateful for the support and knowledge the Point of Return staff gave me. This past year plus has been the first time in my adult life I’ve been off medication and I appreciate being able to experience the whole range of human emotions. I’ve been able to connect with my wife and children like never before, I’m able to sleep at night, and my verbal communication has improved immensely. If I can heal after 13 years of poisoning my brain and body, you can too. Contacting Point of Return was the best decision I made in my adult life.

Sincerely,

Glenn B. (Minnesota) Vyvanse, Cymbalta

 

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