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Through the Gates of Hell: Stories of Caffeine Psychosis

by Ruth Whalen

Through the Gates of Hell: Stories of Caffeine Psychosis Synopsis

A collection of 27 stories, the first fiction book about caffeine psychosis is written by a writer, medical professional and the world expert on caffeine psychosis. The book carries the reader from the Boston Tea Party through the widespread production and use of psychiatric drugs, including SSRI drugs, drugs that should not be used with caffeine. The book focuses on many issues, including caffeine-induced physical illness diagnosed as mental illness, elderly dementia, and ADHD. Showing how caffeine can bring its user to the depths of despair, the book reveals caffeine's horrific effects that many caffeine users, medical doctors and psychiatrists don't know about. Mike Dijital, photographer and urban explorer, designed the book cover, and small photos are in the book. The realistic material may disturb some readers. Due to subject matters and language, the book is suggested for readers over the age of 15.

Book Information

ISBN: 9781430302148
Publication date: 18th January 2007
Author: Ruth Whalen
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 140 pages
Categories: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945),

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