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Even though James Harper gives his book away for free on our site, How to Get Off Psychoactive Drugs Safely is still a bestseller on Amazon.com and is currently the #1 book in the category of Drug Guides, outselling the Physicians' Desk Reference!

You can read all of How to Get Off Psychoactive Drugs Safely on this site by clicking on the How to Start button at the top of the page, or send us an e-mail and we will send you a PDF version of the book for free. If you are in the United States or Canada, some the supplements used with the program are 50% off at the moment. Neuro Genetic Solutions also offers the book, How to Get Off Psychoactive Drugs Safely for $16.00 www.shop.neurogeneticsolutions.com Amazon.com also carries all of the supplements used in the program. If you prefer Amazon Click Here

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How to Get Off Psychoactive Drugs Safely will soon be available in French, Dutch and Greek.

If you smoke cigarettes or know someone who does, you can also receive the book 3 Steps to Quit Smoking Without Withdrawal. If you are taking a psychoactive medication and smoke cigarettes you should request this book, even if you do not plan to quit. If you are taking certain medications and quit smoking improperly, you can overdose on the medication. Send e-mail to books@theroadback.org and in the subject type Smoking.

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3 Steps to Quit Smoking Without Withdrawal  

"Today is day 15 without any Effexor. After 8 years I often found it hard to believe that I would ever reach this point. I'm still having some ups and downs, mostly anxiety-wise, but we've had a lot of family and friend related events (3 deaths in 2 weeks) and a rush to get my mother-in-law into assisted living. All in all, I think I held up pretty well. A good friend of mine pointed out to me today, that EVERYONE has ups and downs. It's amazing to think that I might be reacting like a "normal person!

Sleeping, and especially falling asleep, is now a delight instead of a dread and my brain feels like it has a lot more room in it.

N.G.