Read Your Drug May Be Your Problem: How And Why To Stop Taking Psychiatric Medications ebook book – Peter Breggin


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    Read Your Drug May Be Your Problem: How And Why To Stop Taking Psychiatric Medications ebook book – Peter Breggin I have read some of the books written by Dr Breggin including the previous editions of this one and I am now reading his latest book Brain Disabling Treatments in Psychiatry In Your drug may be your problem both Breggin and Cohen explain what exactly these drugs do to the body and mind and give comprehensive information invaluable to start a meaningful collaboration with your psychiatrist if you are under treatment and

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characters Your Drug May Be Your Problem: How And Why To Stop Taking Psychiatric Medications ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Nate and non toxic therapies and offer readers a roadmap for sensible safe withdrawal from psychiatric drugsWhether the drug is a sleeping pill tranuilizer stimulant antidepressant mood stabilizer or antipsychotic Your Drug May Be Your Problem reveals its documented withdrawal symptoms demonstrating what many doctors dont know understand or consider withdrawal symptoms often mimic the symptoms for which a person has been medicated in the first place a fact that freuently prompts doctors to. I bought this book due to experiencing first hand resistance from Doctors in regards to looking at psychiatric medication as a cause for worsening symptoms in patients It s absolutely true that most Doctors will view symptoms such as agitation and aggression as a factor of the illness instead of due to a side effect of the medication I thoroughly agree with the Authors that if a patient deteriorates after receiving treatment then the treatment should be assessed first however I encounter barriers from both the Doctors and often my colleagues too Doctors will perform a whole series of blood tests and scans to ascertain a cause before even considering side effects this is a costly approach Most Doctors will use the argument that these side effects are rare in the belief that for some reason that excludes their patients I specialise in Elderly care and it s well documented that side effects are common in the Elderly and ChildrenThe reason I only gave the book 4 stars is because I felt that the focus on Psychiatric drugs exclusively could give the impression that other drugs do not have similar side effects 30% of side effects relating to general medicines are neuro psychiatric Proton pump inhibitors for example can cause both depression and psychotic symptoms I believe it would be useful in a future edition of the book to add a chapter on the psychiatric risks associated with non psychiatric medicationsAlso the Authors suggested that Physical restraint may be preferable to medication restraint I disagree with this because with physical restraint a patient continues to be agitated and suffering the symptoms the physical restraint approach doesn t alleviate the mental suffering and can place tremendous stress on the patient In the UK we do not use any mechanical restraints with patientsFinally one area of advice that the book suggested was very misleading and potentially hazardous The Authors stated skilled individuals using sound therapeutic approaches are almost always able to calm down upset and menacing patients without the use of drugs Are the Authors including Violent and Aggressive patients in this sentence I read it that they were and from experience I can think of numerous cases where de escalation skills are not effective and where patients do reuire medication especially if the patient is confused or delirious I would advise any therapist to be very cautious in following the Author s advice hereOn the whole the book is an excellent source of information for Health Professionals with experience in challenging Doctor s opinion I felt very supported by most of the Author s views

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characters Your Drug May Be Your Problem: How And Why To Stop Taking Psychiatric Medications ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Mistakenly re medicate their patients at even higher doses Armed with this essential background information readers will then be able to choose for themselves when and how to withdraw from psychiatric drugs Groundbreaking and empowering Your Drug May Be Your Problem offers readers what they have long soughta medically and psychologically sound program for freeing themselves from psychiatric drugs emphasizing throughout the importance for patients to keep control over the withdrawal proces. Awesome book on Big PharmaPeter Breggin is right on the moneyyes pun intended

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characters Your Drug May Be Your Problem: How And Why To Stop Taking Psychiatric Medications ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Well over ten million Americans are prescribed a psychiatric medication annually for symptoms as varied as headache and insomnia to depression and various psychiatric disorders Unbelievably many of these drugs have not been formally tested to treat the problems for which they have been prescribed Scientifically documenting the need for an end to this vicious cycle of inadeuate approval mis medication and irresponsible inattention to adverse side effects Breggin and Cohen advocate compassio. My only regret is that I did not read this book before accepting psychiatric treatment which have now completely disabled me Of course psychiatrists never uestionned the drug regarding my issues which were actually adverse reactions and side effects they only added and drugs My professional and social life and health are now distroyed and those doctors are into denialA lot of things in this book is exactly what happened to me This book shows how psychiatry is a medecine that will make you ill than you are and left you completely disabled without any other explications than you need to take drugs

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  • Your Drug May Be Your Problem: How And Why To Stop Taking Psychiatric Medications
  • Peter Breggin
  • fr
  • 10 July 2020
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