This forum will concern psychopharmacological medications ONLY, is that correct? Discussions of nuts, berries, herbs, twigs, teas, mystical potions, diet, exercise, nutrition, light therapy, etc., should be directed to the Alternative Therapies Forum? If someone has questions or concerns about pharmceutical medications, such as Klonopin, Ativan, Xanax, Zoloft.........any and all of the anti-depressants or anti-anxiety meds, THIS is where we can direct them? I just want to make sure I understand the ground rules.
This group/site is a long overdue adjunct to many of our forums and I am so glad you have created this, Ryan. All of us at the Anxiety, Depression, OCD and Complimentary Medicine Forums will be sending posters here with questions we are unable to answer for them.
For all of us I say "Thank you" for giving your time, your energy and your knowledge to help others.
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