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Sunday, October 8, 2017


Most of what you need to know about psychiatric drugs or "medica­tions" is found in a 457 page book published in 2008 by psychia­trist Peter R. Breggin, M.D., Brain-Disabling Treatments in Psy­chiatry, Second Edition (Springer Publishing Company):

...except for the brain dysfunction and biochemical imbalances caused by psychiatric drugs, there are no known abnormalities in the brains of people who routinely seek help from psychia­trists ... For this edition of this book, the concept of brain-disabling treat­ment has been updated and expanded information on the neurotoxicity and cytotoxicity of all antipsychotic drugs. ...

  • All biopsychiatric treatments share a common mode of action: the disruption of normal brain function.  ...  
  • all the major categories of psychiatric drugs—antidepressants, stimulants, tranquilizers (antianxiety drugs), mood stabilizers, and anti­psychotics​—​are neuro­toxic.  
  • They poison neurons, and sometimes destroy them.  ...  
  • The currently available biopsychiatric treatments are not specific for any known disorder of the brain.  
  • One and all, they disrupt normal brain function, without correcting any brain abnormality.  ...  
  • even if one or another psychiatric disorder someday turns out to have a biological basis, that in no way would justify inflicting psychiatric drugs on these patients, thereby compounding their under­lying brain disorder with drug toxicity.  ...  
  • Ironically, psychiatric drugs do not cure or ameliorate central nervous system disorders; they cause them. [pp. xxiii, xxvii, 2, 7, 8, 43]
Dr. Peter C. Gotzsche, a physician specializing in internal medicine at Denmark's Nordic Cochrane Centre, alleged in the May 12, 2015 British Medical Journal:
Psychiatric drugs are responsible for the deaths of more than half a million people aged 65 and older each year in the Western world... Their benefits would need to be colossal to justify this, but they are minimal. ... Given their lack of benefit, I estimate we could stop almost all psychotropic drugs without causing harm ... This would lead to healthier and longer-lived populations.


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