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It’s not a crazy thought to consider antidepressants as a tool for enslavement and control. In fact, if you dig deep enough, you almost certainly cannot deny it. All psychoactive drugs, including antidepressants, are known to blunt our emotional responses to some extent.
When you walk into a doctor’s office these days, you’re more likely to be prescribed an antidepressant medication than any other drug. This uptick of prescribing habits is driven by the “chemical imbalance” theory, which antidepressants aim to fix. This is that classical broken logic the medical industry uses to brainwash people into taking more medications.
The industry of randomized trials of antidepressants has generated over the years a long chain of practices and design "standards" that aims to maximize the chances of showing larger benefits from given drugs. There is very selective reporting in studies.
According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), antidepressants can cause suicidal thoughts and behavior, worsening depression, anxiety, panic attacks, insomnia, irritability, hostility, impulsivity, aggression, psychotic episodes and violence. Physical side effects occur too and include abnormal bleeding, birth defects, heart attack, seizures and sudden death. Over one hundred and seventy drug regulatory warnings and studies have been issued on antidepressants.
So are there better ways to treat depression, of course there are. There are natural remedies that have been used for centuries. Lithium orotate, St. John's Wort, 5-HTP, and SAMe just to name a few.
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Quick disclaimer here, many of these natural supplements should not be mixed with prescription drugs, especially with the anti-depressants. And if you are currently on an antidepressant, you should not quit cold turkey. Please get professional help to come off of your medications before trying any of these natural treatments.
Sources from this video include
Breggin, Peter. Your Drug May Be Your Problem. 1999
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