I think if anything suffers the slightest bit its long term use of anti-psychotics on the liver. Although studies show we live longer on anti-psychotics then off of them, so even if anti-psychotics take 3-5 years off your life, if we didn’t take them we’d die much younger from other causes.
I’m not sure, but some anti-psychotics can effect the heart maybe, you should ask a doctor about it because its possible as a side-effect, but it doesn’t happen to everyone from anti-psychotics…and probably only from certain anti-psychotics. Kidneys should be fine I think.
All I know for sure is that the brain suffers when off the anti-psychotics. Especially if you’ve been on them for a long time, I can’t come off them now that I’ve been on them so long. I used to be able to stop anti-psychotics. Sure I’d get an episode when I stopped them. Now I can’t stop them at all or else terrible withdrawal symptoms and worse symptoms than before. it is what it is. So I take my ability 15 mg every morning.