The British National Formulary informs us. A typical uncovered 'hidden diagnosis' that is suggested by trained psychiatrists when affirming the 'previous diagnosis' was wrong. This evolution imperatives that 'antipsychotics' must also be added (outcome: sale).
There is a subtle suggestion that psychiatrists must be.
Withdrawal symptoms include influenza-like symptoms (chills, myalgia, sweating, headache, nausea), insomnia, vivid dreams, and may occasionally include movement disorders and mania. If possible tricyclic and related antidepressants should be withdrawn slowly (see also section 4.3)."
The British National Formulary is seen as the medical authority on medical drugs and interactions. Every doctors practice has one of these huge books.