Our expert says:
The problem is that you should not have used norpseudoephedrine long term in the first place but stopping it cold turkey is not going to help either. Long term nor pseudoephedrine use can cause mental disorders like psychosis but sudden stopping can cause severe depression
A review of ephedra-related adverse reactions, published in the New England Journal of Medicine in 2000, found a number of cases of sudden cardiac death or severe disability resulting from ephedra use, many of which occurred in young adults using ephedra in the labeled dosages. Ephedrine can have possible fatal side effects including stroke, heart attack, seizures, or severe mental disorders so I would not advise you to use it. I think you should try to see a Gp or psychiatrist that will be willing to prescribe Norpseudoephedrine under controlled conditions to you to help you withdraw gradually.
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