Tag: SSRI

SEROQUEL KILLS ANOTHER

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 […]

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EVEN FAMOUS DOCTORS GET SNUBBED

This article concludes our discussion on the new classes of psychiatric drugs namely the SSRI and AAP categories. Jimmy’s story ended last week-a sad ending I think. This article will show you that arrogance has no bounds and even famous doctors get snubbed. I’ll conclude with a quote from the author who exposed to the […]

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The chronic use of antidepressants and antipsychotics

Picking up where we left off from last week we find Jimmy is in quite a state of disrepair as he heads into the surgical suite to meet his destiny. He was rushed into surgery as the brain surgeon informed us that he probably would not make it. Against all odds he did in fact […]

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Food as Medicine

Some of the biggest mistakes made with commercial medicine is the inability to recognize food as medicine, to correct hormonal deficiencies, understand the body’s innate healing mechanism and practice prevention. Let’s continue with Jimmy’s case. Jimmy’s saga is nearly over but the most shocking things have yet to be told. So what do I know […]

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PHARMACEUTICAL PUSH ME PULL YOU

PHARMACEUTICAL PUSH ME PULL YOU-A STAPLE WITHIN THE CSCS Next we cover another glaring mistake that the professors of polypharmacy often make when they get carried away with their prescribing habits. I’ve seen it so often that I had to give it a name. Let’s call it pharmaceutical push me pull you. Like those mythical […]

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We need a new paradigm that recognizes the body’s innate ability to heal itself

What we need a new paradigm that recognizes the body’s innate ability to heal itself when given the opportunity. Because all drugs, not just the centrally acting ones, are synthetic, unnatural materials they usually have a shopping list of side effects and some can be disastrous for a patient. They range from an increase in […]

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Atypical antipsychotics

ATYPICAL ANTIPSYCHOTICS ATYPICAL HARM Atypical antipsychotics (AAP’s) are notorious for making patients extremely fat and sick promoting the traits of metabolic syndrome. Metabolic syndrome, which affects over 60 million Americans, is given by the constellation of central obesity (beer belly), high triglycerides, low HDL, hypertension, and insulin resistance (prediabetes) and some suggest rightly so that […]

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The brain destroying effects of the SSRI’s and the AAP’s

THE CASE OF POOR JIMMY  Below I am giving you a case which I will pick apart to show you how utterly inappropriate this patient’s management was, and how appalling his physician’s behavior became when he was confronted with new and innovative therapy. It demonstrates the powerful life-altering and brain destroying effects of the SSRI’s […]

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CHARNEL HOUSES FOR KIDS

CHARNEL HOUSES FOR KIDS Antipsychotics bring in some $14 billion a year. So-called “atypical” (AAP) or “second-generation” antipsychotics like Geodon, Zyprexa, Seroquel, Abilify and Risperdal rake in more money than any other class of medication on the market and, dollar for dollar, they are the biggest selling drugs in America next to the statins. Although […]

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EXERCISE IS BETTER THAN PILLS FOR DEPRESSION

EXERCISE IS BETTER THAN PILLS FOR DEPRESSION Like a broken record I’ll say it again you need to exercise…daily. There have been a host of studies that show conclusively that exercise is as good as an antidepressant. Especially for chronic treatment (over 6 months) SSRI’s were no better than daily exercise.[1] Besides if you are […]

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