Paxill causes the Paxil Flu


Paxill causes the Paxil FluPaxill? Isn’t it supposed to be ‘Paxil’ rather than ‘paxill’?

Yes, the word is spelled Paxil.

I put the extra ‘l’ on the word as a sort of bitter irony - that expresses what so often happens when a person takes Paxil.

Paxill refers to the ‘Paxil flu’ that afflicts so many people who attempt to stop taking this highly-addictive and almost potentially life-threatening drug.

Paxil withdrawal can be quite similar to heroin withdrawal, except that Paxil withdrawal can last much longer.

 

I’m not trying to scare you. I’m just reporting what I’ve read – and heard – from many first-hand accounts of people – good, honest people just like you – who have written me, often times in a state of painful desperation.

Paxill – the Paxil flu

Maybe you’re in the minority of users who are able to end Paxil with little or no Paxil withdrawal symptoms. I certainly hope you are. Most likely, though, you are in the majority of Paxil users.

Odds are, your doctor never warned you about Paxill – the Paxil flu.





This is one of many, many, MANY potential withdrawal symptoms that can occur from either missing a dose, going ‘cold turkey’, or tapering your dosage.

With Paxill – it’s just like you have the flu. Unlike the ‘real thing’, however, this flu can be completely and quickly ended – simply by taking another ‘hit’ of Paxil.

Getting a ‘fix’ – will indeed end the Paxil flu.

Actually, ‘Paxill’ is one of the less-debilitating problems with Paxil. The dizziness, the ‘zaps’, the horrible nightmares… the list of Paxil withdrawal symptoms goes on and on.

Paxil (or Paxill) has as it’s goal to deaden your emotions. To make you ‘flat’ – emotionally. In that regard, it does its job. Paxil is effective in, essentially, making you a drug-zombie.

Some people mistake this lack of emotion for happiness.





It’s also important to understand the underlying causes that would lead someone to such a painful place.

I almost feel guilty because my life has become so enjoyable and so easy. Especially since I remember how miserable I used to be.

Basically it comes down to making one slight shift in what you do everyday, and you can watch in amazement as your life slowly begins to start working out in almost every way.

It’s such an important change that I’ve written a complete e-book about it. And I’d like to give you a copy for free. All you have to do is write your first name and primary email address into the space below, and you’ll be receiving a link to download the e-book right away.

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