Get a Brain "Adjustment" and Get Brain Damage?:
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1) SSRI's induced agitation or akathisia or extrapyramidal effects or
2) Genetic animal models: focus on schizophrenia, Gainetdinov, RR., et
al. TRENDS in Neuroscience, Vol 24., No. 9, September, 2001 (They
have no clue what the drugs targets are, because the drugs' mechanisms
are all wrong. And that's the state of the "art".-- KMD)
3) Brain cell loss, well described in this seminal research article
from 1993 about how of all these drugs are brain damaging. What these
articles show, is that not only do "depressants" cause brain damage,
brain cell death, and total brain volume loss, they make a person more
demented and more unconfortable in all ways.
What Psychiatry does in response to the brain damage they cause, is say
the drugs' brain damage "unmasked" an underlying psychiatric disorder.
(Blame the Victim)
"Loss of striatal cholinergic neurons as a basis for tardive and
L-dopa-induced dyskinesias, neuroleptic-induced supersensitivity
psychosis and refractory schizophrenia."
Miller R, Chouinard G., Biol Psychiatry. 1993 Nov 15;34(10):713-38.
4) Psychiatric research in the 21st Century; Opportunities and
Limitations, GR, Heninger, Millenium Article, Molecular Psychiatry
(1999) 4, 429-436 (Psychiatry is beginning to consider thinking like
5) "The Pathophysiology of Agitation", Jearn-Pierre Lindenmayer, J
Clin Psychaitry 2002;61 (suppl 14)
6) "Akathisia and Exacerbation of Psychopathology; A Preliminary
Report", Dunca, et al. Clinical Neuropharmacology, Vol 23, No. 3, pp.
7) "Subjective Emotional Experience and Cognitive Impairment in
Drug-Induced Akathisia", Jong-Hoon Kim, et al, Comprehensive
Psychiatry, Vol.43, No. 6 (November/DEcember), 2002: pp 456-462
8) "Correlations Between Akathisia and Residual Psychopathology: A
By-product of Neuroleptic-Induced Dysphoria", Newcomer, et al. Br J
Psychiatry. 1994 Jun;164(6):834-8.
9) "Cardiovascular Effects of Antipsychotics Used in Bipolar Illness",
Piepho, Robert W., J Clin Psychiatry 2002;63 [suppl 4]:20-23
10) Movement Disorders Associated With Atypical Antipsychotic Drugs,
Caroff, SN, et al, J Clin Psychiatry 2002;63[suppl 4] 12-19
The following abstract is about a treatment for the brain damage. This
means "tranquilizers" cause agitation (which is clearly the opposite
effect of what is intended), and that this is so well known, that so,
too, is it well known, that it must be treated. They therefore have
created brain damage, this is standard operative procedure and common
knowledge. Among Psychiatrists and BigPharma.
ABSTRACT: "Gamma-aminoburytic acid agonists for neuroleptic-induced
dyskensia", Soares, et al, Cochrane Database Syst Rev 2001;
Van Der Kolk Assessment and Treatment of Complex PTSD, Rachel Yehuda,
2001 "Traumatic Stress"
Highest Correlate in development of severe Complex PTSD is "Separation
from Parents," for ages 7-12.
http://www.traumacenter.org/van_der_Kolk_Complex_PTSD.pdf Read it
for yourself. Don't take my word for it.
Speed Makes you Stupider, via a known mechanism of dopamine
Stay away from this guy:
"The Anatomy of a Delusion"--
"James Phillips gave a wonderful paper on the problems of defining the
psychiatric concept of delusion. It is often mistakenly thought that a
delusion can be simply defined as a belief system strongly divorced
from reality, but Phillips showed some of the problems inherent in such
an approach, and made his own suggestions about a more promising
approach -- among his ideas was that the definition of delusion does
need to bring in a concept of affect."
on numerous occasions. Why? He never listens. Is sex-obsessed.
There's no talking to him. He is as arrogant as it gets. Is insane.
Never reads your medical data. Is a Freudian. Does not report in his
records what you said, but what he thinks you said, which is very
dangerous. Coming soon to ActionLyme Home PC Science Theatre: "The
warning signs that your psychiatrist is insane."