Evidence for Neurotoxicity of Antipsychotic Drugs

Dr. Weeks’ Comment:  The popular literature is replete now with arguments again the cavalier drugging of American with anti-psychotic and anti-depressant and anti-anxiety medications.  The lack fo genuine benefit is only one argument against this tsunami of psychiatric recklessness; iatrogenicity, the causing of harm while trying to help, is also a factor.  Here is a legal document introduced under the rules of evidence wherein “expert opinion”  (all too frequently purchased) yields to science. 

Open the link to the entire document here 

 

Proof of neuroleptic toxicity was drawn from five lines of evidence

1) postmortem studies of human brain tissue

2) neuroimaging studies of living humans

3) postmortem studies of lab animal brain tissue

4) biological markers of cell damage in living humans

5) lab studies of cell cultures/living systems following drug exposure

 

Two books are worth reading NOW if you have a loved one being treated by a conventional psychiatrist:

Mad in America  

The Anatomy of An Illness

 

If you are taking anti-depressant drugs, especially SSRI drugs,  these webs are must reading

Drug Awareness

SSRI Stories

 

For solutions, read the archives of the Jourmal of Orthomolecular Medicine   and call for a patient advocacy session with Alternative Healthy Advocates  360-341-2303.

Be informed.

Be free.

 

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Dr. Weeks’ Comment:  The popular literature is replete now with arguments again the cavalier drugging of American with anti-psychotic and anti-depressant and anti-anxiety medications.  The lack fo genuine benefit is only one argument against this tsunami of psychiatric recklessness; iatrogenicity, the causing of harm while trying to help, is also a factor.  Here is a…
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