Depression? Anxiety? Nervousness? Are antidepressants and antipsychotics the answer?

Do you experience depression? Anxiety? Nervousness? Are antidepressants and antipsychotics the answer?

“Doctors are now medicating unhappiness,” said Dr. Dworkin, a Maryland anesthesiologist and senior fellow at Washington’s Hudson Institute. “Too many people take drugs when they really need to be making changes in their lives.”

What changes do you need to make? Do you need to communicate with your spouse more? Have a real talk with your child? Find out what your teenager is really doing? Change jobs? Start exercising to relieve daily stress? Find some time for yourself? Have someone come in to help you out caring for that elderly parent? Watch less violent television? Stop watching the depressing news on a daily basis? Be around happier people? Loose those druggie friends of yours? Have a nice talk with your meddling in-law? Feeling guilty and need to find something you can do to make up for the damage you have caused to someone? Finances in a shambles and need some help from one of those agencies that negotiate your credit down? Or are you already taking an antidepressant or other psychiatric medication and need to get off of them because you are experiencing horrible side effects?

There is an answer and it is not in a pill. Psychiatric medications only make you less able to concentrate on the matters at hand. You need to be able to think clearly to be able to address life’s problems.

Communication often is the answer! Talk to anyone who will listen and will help you solve your real problems. Get a check up from a doctor who will not push psychiatric medications. Start exercising to relieve stress. Take B Complex. Do whatever you have to do to avoid the worse decision of your life, taking psychiatric drugs.

Psychiatric drugs are toxic to your body and your mind. Your mind cannot possibly go without being effected negatively when toxins are building up in your body. These drugs, and I do mean drugs, alter your way of thinking. They make you like a zombie. Sure you might feel relaxed more, at first, because these drugs make you not be able to think. Perhaps you’re so depressed that not thinking sounds good to you. Well, the gift that doesn’t stop giving, psych drugs, doesn’t stop there. Take them if you want such side effects as:

Akathisia (severe restlessness)

Anxiety

Bizarre dreams

Confusion

Delusions

Emotional numbing

Hallucinations

Headache

Heart attacks

Hostility

Hypomania (abnormal excitement)

Impotence

Insomnia

Loss of appetite

Mania

Memory lapses

Nausea

Panic attacks

Paranoia

Psychotic episodes

Restlessness

Seizures

Sexual dysfunction

Suicidal thoughts or behavior

Violent behavior

Weight loss

Withdrawal symptoms include deeper depression

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2 Responses to “Depression? Anxiety? Nervousness? Are antidepressants and antipsychotics the answer?”

  1. Kaitlyn Says:

    This is an offensive and inaccurate article.
    No, not all people who are on antidepressants should be. But anxiety disorders and some depressive disorders are purely chemical imbalances in the brain. A chemical imbalance can’t be fixed by exercising or eating vitamins. They are a sickness. Can you cure strep throat by telling the infected to run a few laps? Absolutely not. True brain illnesses deserve treatment too.

  2. Your Friend Says:

    Kaitlyn,

    I understand you being offended, but no one is stating that the symptoms of any mental illness does not exist. They are just stating it is not necessarily due to a chemical imbalance. Perhaps you are not aware, but the American Psychiatric Association announced that there is no test that proves that anyone has a chemical imbalance. So, how could anyone be diagnosed with this is the question.

    See my recent post:
    “APA Admits there is no test for “chemical imbalance”

    https://psychdrugs.wordpress.com/2009/03/13/apa-admits-there-is-no-test-for-chemical-imbalance/

    PEOPLE magazine (July 2008)


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