I cannot tell you to stop the medication, but as a nutritional psychotherapist I do not believe that the prescription of drugs is the first port of call. Alternatives should be tried first. Most mood disorders are due to the body not being able to produce feel good neurotransmitters that makes you feel good about yourself. These neurotransmitters are manufactured from ingredients in our food. For instance serotonin - a feel good neurotransmitters - is produced from Tryptophan with the help of other coenzymes also found in food.
Please familiarise yourself with the connection between mood disorders and nutrition, by reading the following articles;
In the latter OCD article mention is made of the Olfactory Reference Syndrome.
The most common silent disease resulting in depression is hypoglycemia. Most people feel better if they adopt the Hypoglycemic Diet. However if problems persist I suggest you ask your doctor to be referred to a Nutritional Doctor, Clinical Nutritionist or a Nutritional Psychotherapist, for further tests and diagnosis and treatment.
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