Dr. Heather Ashton on Benzodiazepines - Overview
Dr. Heather Ashton - Benzodiazepine Withdrawal
Dr. Heather Ashton - How to Taper Off Benzodiazepines
How Do Psychiatric Drugs Really Work? Simple Truths About Psychiatry Part II – Peter Breggin, MD
Peter Breggin M.D. talks about adverse drug effects and effective therapy for depression.
Psychological Side Effects to Antidepressants - Dr. Timothy Scott looks at some of the psychological side effects to taking antidepressants including movement disorders, violence, brain shrinkage, and suicide.
The Psychotropic Drug Scam - The problems with psychiatric diagnosis and drugs.
Muscles Spasms - Experienced by Terry
Shaking Attack One - Experienced by Terry
Shaking Attack Two - Experienced by Terry
Xanax (anxiolytic addiction and withdrawal) - by Gwen Olson author of "Confessions of an RX Drug Pusher"
Ex-Pharmaceutical Rep. Speaks Out - by Gwen Olson author of "Confessions of an RX Drug Pusher"
"Manipulating Doctors" by Gwen Olson author of "Confessions of an RX Drug Pusher"
Brass Tacks Benzo Drug Addiction Video This is an excellent video highlighting some of the problems with taking and trying to withdraw from benzos. It does suggest that Ativan is one of the 'worst' benzos to withdraw from. It is not currently believed that withdrawing from Ativan is any worse than withdrawing from other benzos with a short half-life. As long as the video is viewed from the aspect that this applies to all benzos then it has some very good information in it that could be used to educate people on the problems of taking and withdrawing from benzos.
Interviews with Dr Peter Breggin author of "Medication Madness"
Benzo Withdrawal Welcome to Hell by Brain Underwood
Drugging Children for Profit, Psychiatry, Foster Care, Big Pharma 1 Dr. Breeding and his guest Josh discus the common use of child drugging using psychotropic mind altering drugs. These include classes of drugs such as antipsychotic, antidepressants, amphetamines and ADHD drugs, and anticonvulsants. Many of these drugs are dangerous with an number of harmful side effects including both physical and mental effects. Are these powerful drugs being given to our children honestly as medicine or is profit making machine for psychiatry and big pharma?
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Last updated 29 September 2012