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The Road Back Program is a well-designed program for medication withdrawal. Whether you are currently dependent on or have developed an addiction to ADHD medications, antidepressants, antipsychotics, benzodiazepines, The Road Back offers a unique treatment for prescription medication withdrawal. As our name implies, it is a "road back" and after assisting people off medications for 22 years, having over 19 million people use our program throughout the world, we feel we are just getting started. Jim Harper, our founder and lead researcher is continually looking for better ways to address the withdrawal phenomenon. Over the past 22 years, Jim has updated our program several times as new DNA data has become available. Over the past 22 years Jim has shared this information openly with the public, physicians, medication rehab facilities and others wanting to start their own withdrawal program. If you are using any other medication withdrawal program in the world it is most likely Jim trained the facility and senior staff. Their programs are ok but the only problem is they are using what The Road Back was doing decades ago. Good programs but the program still left the program just a little short. The problem with an inpatient facility is based upon the individuals insurance most of the time. Insurance generals pay for 9 to 30 days at an inpatient facility. With psychoactive medications, this leaves the patient in a terrible position. Thirty days is not enough time, much less 9 days. We have had countless emails from people who just left an inpatient facility feel fine but by the time they got off their airplane at home they were in complete withdrawal. Individualized, Treatment for Prescription Medication Withdrawal At The Road Back we understand each person is different. However, the vast majority of people will do quite fine with our program found on this website. For those of you that may need additional assistance, Jim Harper can always be emailed and he can tweak your program. 22 Years experience and helping over 19 million people, We Understand Your Journey. Antidepressant Withdrawal Antidepressant medications such as Celexa Cymbalta Effexor Elavil Latuda Lexapro Paxil Prozac Trintelix Trazodone Viibryd Wellbutrin Zoloft are not difficult to withdrawal from using The Road Back Program. Especially, if you start the program before reducing the antidepressant. If you are already in antidepressant withdrawal our program still works well but it does take a little more time to get you stable once again. Then, the process is very easy. If you are already off the antidepressant and you then found The Road Back the path can be a bit longer than normal but you should start feeling better in a short amount of time. Antipsychotic Withdrawal Antipsychotic withdrawal ( Seroquel ) is a little different than other medication but not much. The last reduction you need to drag out a little longer but that is it. Using Harper Drops Supreme, a high strength THC FREE CBD oil is also used and it gives great results. Benzodiazepine Withdrawal Benzodiazepines ( Ativan Depakote Klonopin Neurotin Valium Xanax ) were once the dreaded medication to taper off. With the introduction of Jim's withdrawal steps in 1999, the process became easier. When the first supplements began to be used in 2004, the process got even smoother. A key to benzodiazepine is to take your time. Slow and steady wins this race. ADHD Medication Withdrawal The Road Back treats ADHD medication the same as they would if you were getting off speed. Basically, the same drug. Strattera is different though. It is prescribed to treat ADHD but Strattera is really an antidepressant. Holistic Treatment for Prescription Medication Dependence and Addiction Other than using a slow and gradual taper off your medication, The Road Back uses specific nutritional supplements. These are not your standard supplements you may find at the vitamin store. These have been formulated with withdrawal side effects in mind, to ensure there will be no supplement/drug interactions and to chill out certain genes and proteins the medications have activated.
The Road         Back
The Road Back Program is a well- designed program for medication withdrawal. Whether you are currently dependent on or have developed an addiction to ADHD medications, antidepressants, antipsychotics, benzodiazepines, The Road Back offers a unique treatment for prescription medication withdrawal. As our name implies, it is a "road back" and after assisting people off medications for 22 years, having over 19 million people use our program throughout the world, we feel we are just getting started. Jim Harper, our founder and lead researcher is continually looking for better ways to address the withdrawal phenomenon. Over the past 22 years, Jim has updated our program several times as new DNA data has become available. Over the past 22 years Jim has shared this information openly with the public, physicians, medication rehab facilities and others wanting to start their own withdrawal program. If you are using any other medication withdrawal program in the world it is most likely Jim trained the facility and senior staff. Their programs are ok but the only problem is they are using what The Road Back was doing decades ago. Good programs but the program still left the program just a little short. The problem with an inpatient facility is based upon the individuals insurance most of the time. Insurance generals pay for 9 to 30 days at an inpatient facility. With psychoactive medications, this leaves the patient in a terrible position. Thirty days is not enough time, much less 9 days. We have had countless emails from people who just left an inpatient facility feel fine but by the time they got off their airplane at home they were in complete withdrawal. Individualized, Treatment for Prescription Medication Withdrawal At The Road Back we understand each person is different. However, the vast majority of people will do quite fine with our program found on this website. For those of you that may need additional assistance, Jim Harper can always be emailed and he can tweak your program. 22 Years experience and helping over 19 million people, We Understand Your Journey. Antidepressant Withdrawal Antidepressant medications such as Celexa Cymbalta Effexor Elavil Latuda Lexapro Paxil Prozac Trintelix Trazodone Viibryd Wellbutrin Zoloft are not difficult to withdrawal from using The Road Back Program. Especially, if you start the program before reducing the antidepressant. If you are already in antidepressant withdrawal our program still works well but it does take a little more time to get you stable once again. Then, the process is very easy. If you are already off the antidepressant and you then found The Road Back the path can be a bit longer than normal but you should start feeling better in a short amount of time. Antipsychotic Withdrawal Antipsychotic withdrawal is a little different than other medication but not much. The last reduction you need to drag out a little longer but that is it. Using Harper Drops Supreme, a high strength THC FREE CBD oil is also used and it gives great results. Benzodiazepine Withdrawal Benzodiazepines ( Ativan Depakote Klonopin Neurotin Valium Xanax ) were once the dreaded medication to taper off. With the introduction of Jim's withdrawal steps in 1999, the process became easier. When the first supplements began to be used in 2004, the process got even smoother. A key to benzodiazepine is to take your time. Slow and steady wins this race. ADHD Medication Withdrawal The Road Back treats ADHD medication the same as they would if you were getting off speed. Basically, the same drug. Strattera is different though. It is prescribed to treat ADHD but Strattera is really an antidepressant. Holistic Treatment for Prescription Medication Dependence and Addiction Other than using a slow and gradual taper off your medication, The Road Back uses specific nutritional supplements. These are not your standard supplements you may find at the vitamin store. These have been formulated with withdrawal side effects in mind, to ensure there will be no supplement/drug interactions and to chill out certain genes and proteins the medications have activated.
Ativan     Celexa    Cymbalta     Depakote     Dilantin     Effexor     Elavil     Klonopin   Latuda     Lexapro     Neurotin     Paxil     Prozac     Trintelix     Seroquel     Trazodone     Remeron   Valium     Viibryd     Wellbutrin     Xanax     Zoloft