psychiatric drugs

Like It Is With Most Things...Fix the Right Thing and It All Changes

If the power company has a power outage in your area you will not return to full power by changing a light bulb.  If your brakes are out on your car changing the oil will not help.  If your house is a mess it will not improve if you take a walk.  If you have headaches constantly it may be “all in your head” but taking a psyche drug does not handle it.  If you have a medical condition taking a drug for it will not solve the reason you have it, but it may mask the symptoms.  Taking a drug for depression will not handle the fact that your family member has died.
Health care needs to change but not in the ways proposed by the government.  If you have high blood pressure taking a drug to control it does not solve the problem;  the reason it is high is undiscovered.  Having your blood pressure checked is not preventive medicine but taking action to avoid developing high blood pressure in the first place is prevention.

The thing you could concentrate on is demanding doctors and other health care workers discover WHY something is what it is and fix that!  Find the cause of your health problems.  Do not accept any masking treatment protocols but rather insist on getting help to find the cause.

Here are some startling facts provided by Grace E Jackson, MD in a 2010 presentation entitled “Psychiatric Drugs“  based on her experiences while employed as a clinician and Medical Director within several agencies that deliver publicly funded services to the mentally ill.   She cites  The Department of Veteran Affairs comparison of death rates of demented veterans who avoided psychiatric drugs to those who took newer antipsychotic medication or old “conventional” antipsychotic medication.  Of 12,821 patients who avoided these medications  18% died within one year.  Of the 10,615  veterans who experienced treatment with antipsychotic drugs the outcome was  quite different;  23%  of veterans died within 1 year who took newer antipsychotic meds, 25% of veterans who took older antipsychotic meds died within 1 year and 29% of those who took both (sequentially or concurrently) died within one year.

The United States comprises 4.5% of the world’s population but consumes 90% of the stimulant sales, 63% of the antipsychotics, 51% of the antidepressants.  Our enemies will have an easy time of it because drugs cause apathy, inaction and disinterest in life by the user.

What about the deaths caused by properly prescribed medications? Dr. Barbara Starfield, in an article in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) 2000, pointed out that her research estimated the adverse effects of medication taken exactly as prescribed resulted in 106,000 inpatient deaths due to the pharmaceuticals and 199,000 outpatient deaths due to pharmaceuticals EACH YEAR.  In 2006 there were 629,191 deaths in the US attributed to cardiac disease, 560,102 due to cancer and 305,000 due to adverse drug reactions.  There is not a physician in existence that could possibly predict which of his patients are going to die due to a properly prescribed pharmaceutical drug.  Some doctors are not willing to live with that.  Some doctors have decided to look for other ways to help patients.  When you minimize prescription use you have to find out what CAUSES a patient to have a problem and then,  addressing that cause, you can figure out what the body is missing resulting in poor health or you can figure out what toxin is causing the difficulty.  It is not glamorous to talk to patients about their diet and exercise habits, it is not glamorous to prescribe nutrients to handle deficiencies but guess what… it avoids unnecessary complications and patients like it when they get better.  It is simple when someone breaks a leg to make the right recommendations to heal the leg, it is obvious what needs to be done when someone is pregnant, it is obvious to decide what to do when someone is in a car wreck and requires surgery but those solutions do not work for the common everyday chronic health problems like digestive disorders, fatigue, headaches, diabetes, heart disease, arthritis…. and on and on.  Those problems are chronic, complex and deserve a comprehensive evaluation that is unique for that patient and results in clear paths to solutions and the alleviation of the problem.  Yep, restoring circulation and wiping out aches and pain and increasing energy are things any conscientious doctor can help you with.

 We need real health care and real health care reform and we are not going to see effective medical care until we demand it.  It will take the public outcry to change any of this so start talking if you care.  You know, organic food did not magically appear in the grocery stores, it was demanded by enough of us for someone to finally listen and then competition took over.  Competition for your interest and your health care dollars will change America for the better so start talking about what you want.

Self Care in Health the Answer to Obamacare

People are turning to alternative and complementary medicine in droves and it is a very good thing.  Taking care to find out about organic foods, alternative medicine and changes in lifestyle to remain healthy is critical in light of the recent news in health.  Are you following the psyche advice lately?  If you are pregnant or a new mom OR A NEW DAD you are likely to be mentally ill.  Ill enough to be drugged for depression!!  Yep.  Instead of embracing the new arrangements needing to be made in your life and getting your hormonal levels checked you should be drugged for depression or for being psychotic because you have trouble coping.  By answering a few subjective questions by your doctors you too can add the serious happiness threatening drugs to your life and enjoy all the side effects.  It will take your mind  off your new baby arrangements and sleepless nights.
Seriously.  As a society, my fellow citizens, we are all affected by these outrageous ideas.  Your kids go to school with my kids, moms on drugs for depression have babies with birth defects.  Dads on drugs lose their enthusiasm.  That is the goal you know, if you are drugged you will not be as active and your personality will change.  We have too many people who care about the world around them, who are sincerely worried and who will not stop talking about it!! Drugging them in mass is a great idea and besides we can make gobs of money at it and help all our stockholders.

Did you know one of the drug companies got out of the depression drug business?  In my mind this can only mean the lawsuits over side effects started to mount up and they can see the train coming for them.  But no worries, a few weeks after that news we have the glorious news that our beloved service men and women are being hospitalized for mental illness at a greater rate than for physical illness so the industry is making money on our misery.

When you wear pesticide infused clothing and are given amphetamines to keep you “alert” you can start to become extremely miserable.  Add the responsibilities of service to your country to that and you have a recipe for disaster.  But that is the game.  You have to create mental illness if you are the drug and psyche industry because few seek your help.  So the psyches have the government hacks by the throat and their advice is to drug our service men and women;  then when they can’t take it anymore the psyches jump in like heros to “treat” them.  They now pretend to help the condition they themselves created.  In mental hospitals our servicemen and women will not recover.  There will be a greater incidence of suicide and homicide.  You see we have unsuspecting people trained as sharpshooters on mind altering drugs and flying fast war machines who are unaware of the side effects of their medications.  Go to this index of papers and scare yourself to death.

If you are a service man or woman or their family please check this out and make sure they seek proper medical care for problems.  There are tons of physical problems and mental problems that are easily handled when you find the underlying health problems; hormonal imbalances, improper nutrient intake, toxin overloads and on and on.  A simple mineral deficiency can cause insomnia and muscle pain.