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Psychiatric Drugs and Violence

Psychiatric Drugs and Violence

Is there a link between psychiatric medicine and violent behavior? This connection was reported in our post Psychiatric Drugs Do Cause Harm:   “Of the 1937 total case reports of violence toward others, there were 387 cases of homicide, 404 physical assaults, 27...

The Truth About Antidepressants

There is plenty of marketing today to make you think that if you are depressed you should consult your doctor and see if an antidepressant such as Prozac, Pristiq, Paxil and the like is right for you.  But are these antidepressants effective?  In the article These...

Prozac's Dangerous Side Effects

Our Worst Dreams Coming True The commonly prescribed anti-depressant Prozac has been linked to violence in its users. A recent trend of bizarre school massacres, child murders/suicides by mothers, and other senseless acts of violence motivated investigation into the...

Triazolam Side Effects can Prove Dangerous

Triazolam, also known as Halcion, is a sleep aide proven addictive.   It belongs to a class of drugs known as benzodiazepines, which also includes Valium and Ativan. In this article from Associated Content by Yahoo, many of the unique and unpleasant side effects...

Chantix and Violent Behavior

Varenicline (Chantix) is an anti-smoking drug linked to violent behavior. One site describes some of the dangerous side effects of this drug:   “Serious neuropsychiatric events including, but not limited to, depression, suicidal ideation, suicide attempt and...

Thorazine: Chemical Lobotomy?

What are some of the major Thorazine side effects?   Dubbed by some, a chemical lobotomy, from its inception-the main purpose of the psychiatric drug Thorazine has been to keep mental patients quiet and manageable.   In 1952, French psychiatrists, Dr. Delay...