Book Review: Medication Madness | Psychiatric Drug Facts

The Role of Psychiatric Drugs in Cases of Violence, Suicide and Crime by Peter Breggin, M.D. Now in paperback! St. Martin’s Press Medication Madness reads like a medical thriller, true crime story, and courtroom drama; but it is firmly based in the latest scientific research and dozens of case studies. The lives of the children and adults in these stories, as well as the lives of their families and their victims, were thrown into turmoil and sometimes destroyed by the unanticipated effects of psychiatric drugs. In some cases our entire society was transformed by the tragic outcomes. Many categories of psychiatric drugs can cause potentially horrendous reactions. Prozac, Paxil, Zoloft, Adderall, Ritalin, Concerta, Xanax, lithium, Zyprexa and other psychiatric medications may spellbind patients into believing they are improved when too often they are becoming worse. Psychiatric drugs drive some people into psychosis, mania, depression, suicide, agitation, compulsive violence and loss

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Foods That Can Trigger Anxiety

If you have anxiety, you will know that it can make you feel like you are on edge constantly. According to Beyond Blue in any one year, over 2 million Australian adults experience anxiety.

Eating the right foods will help to balance your entire body including your nervous system, which plays a large role in feelings of anxiousness. Eating certain foods can act as triggers for stress and anxiety, just like eating others can help to calm you down. Many people don’t realise this and even use the wrong foods as a way to deal with their anxiety.

What to eat, and what foods to avoid…
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4 Ways Sugar Could Be Harming Your Mental Health | Psychology Today

Most people know that eating too much dessert and processed food can contribute to physical health problems like obesity and type 2 diabetes. Far less attention has been given to the impact of a high-sugar diet on mental health, though numerous studies have shown the deleterious effects a sweet tooth can have on mood, learning and quality of life. In addition to inflating waistlines, sugar and other sweeteners, including high fructose corn syrup, honey, molasses and maple syrup, may contribute to a number o

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