“Medication Madness” by Peter Breggin, M.D.

Medication Madness

Watch this great Fox interview with Peter Breggin, M.D.

Hear a true life story about someone on Prozac and more.

View video here:

Whether you take or are thinking about taking antidepressants, antipsychotics, sleeping pills or stimulants (psychostimulants) you should watch this video.  You can watch it and then tell a friend who is taking these types of drugs and tell them about it.

Peter Breggin has a new book out – MEDICATION MADNESS – in which he chronicles dozens of case histories showing how psych drugs ruin lives.

Here’s a snip (p. 269-70):

“If you have a biochemical imbalance in your brain, the odds are overwhelming that your doctor put it there with a psychiatric drug.  In fact, these are the only known biochemical imbalances in the brains of psychiatric patients – the biochemical imbalances caused by drug treatments and electroshock.”

Check it out!


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