Trailblazing psychiatrist Peter R. Breggin, MD in his first of the series: Simple Truths About Psychiatry: Do You Have A Biochemical Imbalance? Dr. Breggin debunks the myth of biochemical imbalance and examines what is known about "mental illness." Further information may be found on Dr. Breggin's website and in his many books, including his latest: … Continue reading Were You Told That You Have a Biochemical Imbalance? – You MUST WATCH This Episode of Renown Psychiatrist, Dr. Breggin, MD.
This is the first in a series of three videos about children and psychiatry drugs. Psychiatrist Peter R. Breggin MD describes how stimulants really work—by impairing your child’s brain, reducing or even crushing spontaneity, and enforcing obsessive-compulsive compliance with authority. This is straight-talk science. For more information see Dr. Breggin's professional webpage http://www.breggin.com and his … Continue reading Stimulant Drugs Crush Children. Are you Drugging Your Kids for a ‘Psychiatric’ Condition with Ritalin, Adderall, or other Stimulant? Here’s an URGENT Message.
STORY AT-A-GLANCE Dr. Peter Breggin, a psychiatrist, is frequently referred to as “the conscience of psychiatry” because he's been able to successfully reform the psychiatric profession, abolishing lobotomies and other experimental psychosurgeriesBreggin refers to lobotomies as a rape of the soul, the permanent mutilation of an individual’s selfhood, as damage to one area of the … Continue reading The Little-Known Sordid History of Psychiatry
It’s been twenty years since Viagra first hit the U.S. market, and in that time erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs have grown into a nearly $3 billion a year market. Incidentally, in the last fifteen years there has also been a 65% surge in the use of antidepressants, and today over 40 million Americans regularly take them, with some 25 million … Continue reading Antidepressants: The Purple Elephant in the Bedroom that No One is Talking About or Even Wanting to Notice
The Facts: Multiple studies outlined in this article indicate a serious issue with the efficacy of antidepressant drugs, and the lengths that pharmaceutical companies go to hide potential dangers.Reflect On: How much science is there really behind the efficacy of antidepressant drugs? A study published in the British Medical Journal by researchers at the Nordic Cochrane Center in Copenhagen … Continue reading Study “Confirms That The Full Degree Of Harm Of Antidepressants Is Not Reported”
This article is by Dr Peter Breggin, MD PLEASE go to and bookmark Dr Peter Breggin's website immediately. CLICK HERE. This is a psychiatrist who can save your life! There is a single scientific term that most appropriately describes psychiatric drugs. Not long ago, I used it in court on several occasions during my testimony … Continue reading Psychiatric Drugs: Neurotoxins that Do More Harm than Good
Image:Antidepressants are meant to be taken for nine months for a first episode of depression Long-term antidepressant users are risking permanent damage to their bodies, according to leading medical experts. Dr Tony Kendrick, a professor of primary care at the University of Southampton, says more urgent action needs to be taken to encourage and support … Continue reading Long-term use of antidepressants could cause PERMANENT DAMAGE, doctors warn
Adderall is more likely to make new users psychotic compared to other ADHD medications, new research warns. Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder medications are intended to help children with ADHD focus, but stimulants such as Adderall could cause psychological delusions, hallucinations, and psychosis, according to a new study out of Harvard University. Researchers found that people are significantly more likely to … Continue reading Adderall Side Effects Now Include Hallucinations
In a recent study, researchers found long-term use of two antidepressants is linked to a higher risk of dementia. In addition, drugs prescribed for bladder conditions and Parkinson’s are also linked to dementia risk. The research was conducted by researchers from the University of East Anglia. Currently, more than 50 million people in the world … Continue reading Three Common Drugs Linked to High Dementia Risk
I am posting the article below for those of you who insist on benzo tapering on your own - despite the risks of VERY SERIOUS, EVEN FATAL SIDE EFFECTS. You truly need to be tapered in a medically supervised setting (hospital or detox facility) by a board certified addictions medical doctor. That all said, I … Continue reading 3 Tips for Tapering Benzodiazepines or Sleep Meds (hypnotics)