My psychosis experience. Basically i tried to quit meds after becoming over confident on semen retention.

My psychosis experience.
Basically i tried to quit meds after becoming over confident on semen retention.
Not a good idea. I recall in the video what happende in the psychosis. It was the worst psychosis ive ever experienced.

My message: Think twice before you quit meds.

They dont damage the brain, its online bullshit.
Just like some people need insulin for diabetes some people need medication for psychosis.

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  1. 3 weeks ago

    Effects of anticholinergic drugs include:
    Delirium (often with hallucinations and delusions indistinguishable from reality)
    Ocular symptoms (from eye drops): mydriasis, pupil dilation, and acute angle-closure glaucoma in those with shallow anterior chamber[11][12][13]
    Anhidrosis, dry mouth, dry skin
    Urinary retention
    Cutaneous vasodilation[3]

    Examples of common anticholinergics
    :Antipsychotics (clozapine, quetiapine)[23]
    Certain SSRIs (Paroxetine)[23]
    Dicyclomine (Dicycloverine)

    • 3 weeks ago

      OP here
      I have no side effects.

  2. 3 weeks ago


    • 3 weeks ago
      Concerning discharge

      No but it is hilarious.

  3. 3 weeks ago

    While it is possible to stop taking meds and be fine, it takes a lot of will power and detachment from the larger material world. Living as a monk somewhere far and isolated, spending your days meditating and subsisting on simple foods like rice and fruits. We live in an environment full of chemical pollution that disrupt the mind and body, and there are people and organizations all over the world desperately trying to infiltrate your mind with advertising and suggestion. The majority of people can develop defenses against these things and build tolerances, some unlucky few just can't and experience a level of psychosis. Sometimes people really just need their meds to tolerate living in these conditions.

  4. 3 weeks ago

    I've been on and off medication for some months. I'm back on them again now. What usually happens is I start getting sicker and I think it's the medication making me sicker so I quit taking it. Then things are ok for a while or even better and then they get bad and I panic and I take the meds again. It's been going like this for almost a year now. My meds really help and I need to keep taking them but man that psychosis just sometimes kicks in

  5. 3 weeks ago

    I've successfully been off antipsychotics since February last year. Some people do need them, but some of us really don't.

  6. 3 weeks ago

    EerieWeb unironically helped me get off my meds

  7. 3 weeks ago

    Ok moron just look into jerry marzinski before you do this shit again. Also SR enhances one's connection to the spiritual so how you thought it could ever do the opposite is hilarious to me.
    Just read Jerry's stuff and look into the "thats a lie" method to start out.

    • 3 weeks ago

      No thanks. Jerry Marzinski is a convicted pedophile, and so are you. Stay away from kids.

  8. 3 weeks ago

    Haven’t taken any psychotropic medication for almost 3 years after an episode and haven’t had one since. I stopped taking them cold turkey and didn’t develop any withdrawals.

  9. 3 weeks ago

    Fix your diet.

  10. 3 weeks ago

    I had my first full blown manic-psychotic episode taking wellbutrin 3 years ago. I haven't been the same since.

  11. 3 weeks ago

    >i tried to quit meds after becoming over confident on semen
    Go tell


    they'll be impressed

  12. 3 weeks ago

    >They dont damage the brain, its online bullshit.
    There have been hundreds of long-term studies on normal people taking antipsychotics and schizophrenics taking them and they all conclude brain mass deterioriates.

    Doctors universally agree.

    You are clearly wrong.

    • 3 weeks ago

      >Doctors universally agree.
      This has never happened.

      • 3 weeks ago

        Every professional i have spoken to on my wards and in the community and online agrees.

        I do not worry about the odd crackpot who ignores data.

      • 3 weeks ago

        >This has never happened.
        It is part of their training in this instance.

      • 3 weeks ago

        Their training they agree on because the data supports it.

        One thing that doctors universally agree on is the importance of the Hippocratic Oath. This oath, historically taken by physicians, requires them to swear by a number of healing gods that they will uphold specific ethical standards. It’s seen as a rite of passage and a serious initiation into medicine.

        The common modern version of the Hippocratic Oath highlights several key principles that doctors agree upon:

        Respect for scientific gains: Doctors agree on the importance of scientific literacy and evidence-based practice.
        Avoiding overtreatment: There’s a consensus on the need to avoid overtreatment and overdiagnosis.
        Prevention is preferable to cure: Doctors universally agree that preventive measures and public health initiatives are often more effective than treating diseases after they occur.
        These principles guide doctors in their practice and are universally accepted in the medical community. However, it’s important to note that the interpretation and application of these principles can vary among individual doctors and across different cultures and healthcare systems.

  13. 3 weeks ago

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