May 14th 2015

Psychiatric drugs --
more dangers than benefits


This is a report about some psychiatric drug misconceptions. Of particular importance for us, although not specifically covered, is the potential link to psychotically induced armed attacks as well as suicides.

Much suggests that psychotropic drugs can affect an individual's sense of responsibility, both while being taken but then, perhaps even more important, the possible effects from withdrawal of same. It is these factors that should make observers aware when assessing the behavior of those on these drugs, the young in particular, who have or can access firearms.

Published: May 13th, 2015. Edited: May 14th.

Psychiatric drugs lead to the deaths of over 500,000 people aged 65 and over annually in the West, a Danish scientist says. He warns the benefits of these drugs are "minimal," and have been vastly overstated.

Research director at Denmark's Nordic Cochrane Centre, Professor Peter Gøtzsche, says the use of most antidepressants and dementia drugs could be halted without inflicting harm on patients. The Danish scientist's views were published in the British Medical Journal on Tuesday.

His scathing analysis will likely prove controversial among traditional medics. However, concern is mounting among doctors and scientists worldwide that psychiatric medication is doing more harm than good. In particular, they say anti-psychotic drugs have been over prescribed to many dementia patients in a bid to calm agitated behavior. ..... -->

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