NO BLOG THIS WEEK FOLKS BECAUSE SEROQUEL KILLS ANOTHER
Remember the case of poor Jimmy way back when I did a series of blogs on him? If not look for the series under antidepressants and antipsychotics in InflaNATION.com. I used it as a case study to demonstrate how the SSRI antidepressants and the atypical antipsychotics like Seroquel destroy lives one at a time.
It had been a priority of mine to try to wean poor Jimmy off these drugs over the last five years but to no avail. Due to their spellbinding and addicting nature chronic users are at a huge disadvantage. Spellbinding is a term Dr Breggin coined to describe the utterly unbelievable effect these drugs have on their users. It seduces the patient into thinking he or she is doing OK or even that they are doing well when in fact they are degrading into darkness, being lobotomized and slowly demented over the years while their health is ravaged.
These terrible chemicals make you fat and hypertensive. They cause diabetes and heart disease and promote sudden death. The makers of Seroquel have already been sued for this.
The SSRI’s work no better than a sugar pill and they give you anxiety not the other way around. The original studies involving Prozac the patients were given valium with it so as not to precipitate overwhelming anxiety. Of course the criminals in the FDA knew this but looked the other way when approving it.
Just a few years ago a classmate of mine died of a massive heart attack. He had been diagnosed schizophrenic back in the mid-eighties. After decades of atypical antipsychotic use the drug killed him.
Well, it finally happened to poor Jimmy who died suddenly two days ago. Another victim of the Commercial Sick Care System. Poor Jimmy’s real name is John and he was my older brother. The smartest, most talented person I’ll ever know and now he’s dead at 58.
The worst of it all is that this was completely preventable. NEVER EVER LET YOUR DOCTOR START YOU OUT ON AN ATYPICAL ANTIPSYCHOTIC OR ANTIDEPRESSANT. These fools have no idea what this will do to you in a few short years. You most likely will never be able to wean yourself off these drugs either. For many it is the beginning of the end.