Council for Information on Tranquillisers, Antidepressants, and Painkillers
Back to Life
This book contains comprehensive guidelines and up to date information on benzodiazepines, antidepressants and 'Z'
At the back of the book there are unique charts giving day to day guidance for withdrawal from many drugs.
This book has been endorsed by Professor H. Ashton, from Newcastle University who believes this book is invaluable for those attempting
to withdraw from prescribed medication, and by Pharmacist Geraint Saint, who worked with CITAp and Pam Armstrong for over twenty years.
Please note this is a digital download. You will need a PDF reader to view the book. Click on the button to download Adobe Reader.
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NOTICE: Any advice given on this site should not be substituted for the advice of a qualified medical professional who is well-informed
about prescription addiction and withdrawal. The best combination is to work with both your doctor and an organisation like ourselves.
advice is followed at your own risk. You are advised never to stop taking any medication abruptly, and without the consent of a qualified
Stopping mind altering medication suddenly is always the worst option.
Benzodiazepine Protocol -
Brief guide of how to successfully withdraw from benzodiazepines and z-drugs.
Protocol - Brief guide of how to successfully withdraw from SSRIs.
Tables - Recommended reduction rates when withdrawing from SSRIs.
'Alive and Kicking' -
One man's battle against tranquillisers, by Peter Ritson.
You can view our leaflet using the following link. You will need a PDF reader to view the leaflet.