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ಱ Hardcover Download @Your Drug May Be Your Problem: How and Why to Stop Taking Psychiatric Medications For Free ಾ Ebook Author Peter Breggin ೯ ಱ Hardcover Download @Your Drug May Be Your Problem: How and Why to Stop Taking Psychiatric Medications For Free ಾ Ebook Author Peter Breggin ೯ Psychiatric drugs are prescribed to than 20 million Americans This book aims to convince us to stop taking these drugs, and to show us how to do it safely The authors contend that after 15 minutes with a physician or psychiatrist, Americans are prescribed medications that we may take for years or a lifetime, which can do harm than good We re irritable, anxious, emotionally numbed, physically fatigued, and mentally dulled Yet when we stop taking the drugs, we encounter a whole new set of problems and setbacks. The book lists the adverse medical reactions you may encounter, plus additional personal, psychological, and philosophical reasons for limiting or rejecting psychiatric drugs About half the book covers withdrawing from your drug how to do it carefully and slowly, what to expect, and how to get help with specifics for certain drugs and a chapter on easing your child off them as well. If you suffer from depression or another condition that warrants taking prescription drugs, you might refute the authors contention that the degree to which we suffer indicates the degree to which we are alive When we take drugs to ease our suffering, we stifle our psychological and spiritual life Certainly it would be lovely if we could find a way to untangle that twisted energy and to redirect it creatively, but is this really possible in all cases The authors blame our dependence on drugs and psychiatry on big pharmaceutical company bucks, psychiatric organizations, and even government agencies Certainly we are an overmedicated society but is the answer to take everyone off drugs This provocative book says yes, and it s bound to be controversial. Of course, do not go off any prescribed medication without working closely with the medical professional who prescribed it, and do not use this book as a substitute for professional help Joan PriceIn his previous books Toxic Psychiatry, Talking Back to Prozac , psychiatrist Breggin laid the groundwork for his battle against what he sees as American psychiatry s harmful overdependence on prescribing medication This time out, he reiterates his primary tenets and, having teamed up with David Cohen, a professor of social work at the University of Montreal, provides practical advice for those who are considering stopping medication According to the authors, psychiatric drugs have replaced religion, spirituality, human relationships and introspection as the solution of first resort for the suffering endemic to a full human life Because scientists know very little about the brain, Breggin and Cohen argue, the much touted theory that depression and mental illness arise from chemical imbalances is sheer speculation and the propagandistic cornerstone of a massive public relations campaign by drug companies In a well researched argument that suffers from a somewhat dogmatic tone, they contend that, rather than improve the brain s functioning, these drugs actually create such imbalances, causing immediate and sometimes irreversible damage In place of medication, Breggin and Cohen recommend therapy, as well as a commitment to religious, spiritual or philosophic ideas, and offer a step by step approach to ending dependence on medication, to be undertaken only with medical guidance Although the authors warn readers against feeling pressured to forgo medication, they never explore the alternatives Sept Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc. 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    • Your Drug May Be Your Problem: How and Why to Stop Taking Psychiatric Medications
    • 3.1
    • 254
    • Hardcover
    • 337 pages
    • Peter Breggin
    • English
    • 27 April 2016

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