Mr andy vasvar 2007-05-10 11:51:09
Read the books of Peter Bregging about psychiatrists and of the drugs they
prescribing to unsuspected people.
Type in Peter Bregging in your choice of search interface to find a
I hope I have saved another human of losing emotions, joy of life.
side effects, so my doctor (I didn’t have a therapist at
the 16th of this month (almost 2 weeks). On the 27th, I
to my doctor, but he said since it doesn’t itch, and
poison ivy or anything) or detergents, there wasn’t really
there. Yesterday, the 28th, I noticed more little red
starts to itch like a bug bite.
my doctor, but at band rehearsal last night, my drummer had
Penicillin, and that’s how he found out that he was allergic to it.
doctor immediately if a rash developes amoung other things,
taking a psychoactive drug… or any drug for that matter?
None 2007-05-10 11:59:36
You can’t save depressive people from losing the joy of life, they have
it lost long ago. The only emotions they have yet to lose are the bad
ones. Walking through life as an emotionless zombie beats the c*** out
of being depressive each day all day.
But the medication might save some of them from actually killing
themselves. I say you should be able to make an informed decision and
the contra AD progapanda is orders of magnitude worse and less based on
science than the propaganda by the pharma corps. If you have had
personal bad experience with psychopharmaka, I’m very interested to hear
about it else please go away.
But all in all, I don’t think you’ve ever been depressed so you’re not a
very significant voice.
As for me, benzos help. And the Effexor will hopefully start workin
Byte me 2007-06-20 13:20:37
One of the best-known adverse effects of antidepressants (and many other
psychiatric drugs) is exascerbation of violent or suicidal ideas.
None 2007-06-20 13:20:46
It’s thought to be related to the fact that many of them restore energy.
Energy you previously lacked to kill yourself.
In my case, Benzos do both. One day I’ll get suicidal ideas, next day
none. I think I can live with them.