However, I am assuming that your daughter is hospitalized for her illness.
Anyway, I want to urge you to speak with her doctors about her treatment.
Post hospital life can be stressful for all involved.Skunk can be ten times stronger than other types of the drug and has become the most common variety in recent years.Researchers from the Institute of Psychiatry in London compared data on almost 200 cannabis users.They have her on 6 meds and when I visit her she seems so sedated and her eyelids are partially closed, but they tell me she’s not over medicated.The meds they are giving her are: Prozac 80 mg, Paxil 40 mg, Celexa 10 mg, Geodon 60 mg, Trazidone 400 mg, and Vistaril 200 mg. She stays so drowsy and is not functioning on all these meds.Substance abuse was present in five of eight cases.My daughter is in detention, and to my surprise they diagnosed her with major depressive disorder severe with psychotic features, audio and visual hallucinations, and anxiety disorder.'It can also rob developing young minds of their potential and wreck their families' and their own futures.' Home Secretary Jacqui Smith announced in April that cannabis will be restored to class B status from early next year.Cannabis was downgraded to class C in 2004, but the widespread use of skunk has prompted a backlash.Her appetite ahs increased and she is gaining weight, as well as sleeping a lot. Prior to this detention she was on mental health meds, Clonazepam 1 mg, Seroquel 400 mg, and Effexor 150 mg.Usually the word "detention" refers to some type of jail.