Antidepressants & Psychiatric Drug Side Effects Search Engine

Want to know the side effects of these drugs: antidpressants, anti-psychotics, psychostimulants (ADHD drugs and the like), and more?  Why shoud I tell you about the side effects of psychiatric drugs when experts can tell you this in the brand new, first ever, searchable database.  Check it out!  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gDdA7WPgeDM or visit
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A Documentary – Making A Killing – The Untold Story of Psychotropic Drugging

Making a Killing DVD

“Psychotropic drugs. It’s the story of big money–drugs that fuel a $330
billion psychiatric industry, without a single cure.  The cost in human
terms is even greater–these drugs now kill an estimated 42,000 people
every year.  And the death count keeps rising.  Containing more than
175 interviews with lawyers, mental health experts, the families of victims
and the survivors themselves, this riveting documentary rips the mask
off psychotropic drugging and exposes a brutal but well-entrenched
money-making machine.”

The facts are hard to believe, but fatal to ignore.

Big Pharma is making a killing by pushing their psychotropic drugs down millions of individual’s throats from antidepressants to antipsychotics to psychostimulants for ADHD.   Let’s not forget those hypnotic sleeping pills, too.

What mental illness do you have this week?  Not doing your homework?  Agitated because you quit smoking?  Or perhaps you just are a teenager and you feel that everyone else is better looking than you.  You name it they have a diagnosis waiting for you and a matching pill in just the right color.

Spread this article to everyone you know so that everyone gets the raw truth in the DVD, “A Documentary – Making A Killing – The Untold Story of Psychotropic Drugging” which is presented by the Citizens Commission on Human Rights. 

Watch it at http://www.cchr.org/#/videos/making-a-killing-introduction.

Report all psychiatric abuses to www.cchr.org.

UPDATE: The DVD can be purchased here

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Prozac and PMS, Peri-menopause or Menopause

Should I take Prozac for PMS, Peri-menopause, Menopause or Post Menopause?

Prozac is supposed to be prescribed to treat endogenous (within an organism, tissue or cell) depression, which is a contradiction to the truth. I say this because no test exist to determine a chemical imbalance in the brain while they are alive. Though Prozac is made to treat depression you will find just by doing a search on the internet that it is prescribed for just about every ailment under the sun, including female hormonal problems.

Does Prozac relieve depression and negative feelings?

Prozac does not work as well as it is marketed. A study in the March 30th, 1996 issue of Lancet found that Prozac did not improve fatigue, problems with thinking or reasoning, sleep disturbances or depression. Dr. Peter Breggin, MD, points out that 75% of the Prozac patients did not finish the drug studies due to adverse reactions to the Prozac. Dr. Breggin also says that the drug company studies found no difference between Prozac and a sugar pill. Read the rest of this entry »

Antidepressants and Menopause

Question: “Hello, I am 49 years old and am having problems with menopause, hot flashes, night sweats, irritability, not sleeping well, emotional, fatigue, weight gain. When I went to the doctor she seemed to think that Citalopram 20 mg will help me feel better, feel less fatigued, have more energy etc. I’m really not happy with taking an antidepressant; is the doctor correct in giving me this drug? Also I am having liver problems, which I’m seeing a specialist about, and am going through tests right now.”

Answer:

First, let me state that Citalopram and other antidepressant medications are toxic.  This is the last thing your liver needs.

Secondly, Menopause is the complete shutting down of the female reproductive system. The menopause transition, and post-menopause itself, is a natural life change, not a disease state or a disorder.  Has your estrogen levels been tested or treated?  Has your thyroid been tested?  This is the age where women often run into difficulties with their thyroid which can present similiar symptoms to menopause.   Have you had a physical lately?  Sometimes doctors take your word for a self-diagnosis because it sounds to fit, but in reality your symptoms could be caused from other things other than menopause, though at your age it is the first thing suspected.  This is how other problems get overlooked.  It happened to me, but luckily because of insistence for blood testing my problem was detected.  Have you had a recent pelvic exam?  You are also at the age when some women develop Fibroids.

Thirdly, this medication has 81 possible side effects (see below).  Your body is not doing well because it is lacking something.  It already has inflammation.  Adding toxic medications will only exasperbate this inlammation, adding additional symptoms.   Read the rest of this entry »