We had asked people about their experience of psychiatric drugs and attitudes towards them, why they decided to try to come off them, and how they did or didn’t involve their doctors in their decisions. Our next questions were about what happened when they tried to come off. We started by asking how long they took, and the results are shown in Table 5.1.
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