Quit scare mongering. Seroquel is not dangerous and it's necessary for many people to stay sane. It's not only used in people with schizophrenia. It is used to augment antidepressants in people with treatment-resistant depression, and to treat bipolar disorder.
Movement disorders (tardive dyskinesia) are rare with Seroquel, which is considered an atypical antispscyhotic rather than a neuroleptic, which are more likely to cause TD. Also, TD usually happens at high doses. 50mg/day is really small.
Also, you can't titrate Seroquel because there is no liquid formuation of the drug. You can only break off tiny bits of the fast-acting pills and that is difficult to do. A pharmacist can do this. You can't titrate Serquel XR because it's in a long-release pill. Lowest dose is 50mg.
Please check your facts before responding. Someone might quit a useful drug based on inaccurate info.