Posted on Apr 15, 2006 | Comments 1
Even though studies have proved that many antidepressant medications are associated with heart attacks, strokes, behavior problems, and so on, why are the therapists are still prescribing these antidepressant medications.
The reason behind this is that they cannot answer the thousands of question about mental health, and they are unable to find a solution in many cases to successfully treat mental illness of each individual.
Therapists are finding that listening to the patients and including therapeutic techniques is often better than prescribing antidepressant medications to patients. Since the beginning of time, mental illness has touched our lives.
Cane And Able Example
Starting with the example of Cain and Able, we can see Cainâ€™s fanatical behaviors and jealous outrages lead him to kill his own brother Able in cold blood. What was he thinking? He wanted attention that Able received, and he wanted something that was not rightfully his for the taking.
Throughout the episode Adam and Eve had nothing but problems, and was often consumed finding a way to survive in a frenzied environment. After that through the centuries, others followed Cainâ€™s example, while others snap off into a more deadly game.
How much deadly can it get when murder is involved. Try murder in numbers, or injury, cut into pieces, beheaded, slaughter, and so forth. In some cases, all for the love of money, and all for the hatred buried in the mind of the deadly predators that walk out earth.
Mental illnesses come in all forms and none of us is excluded from mental illnesses. You have a mental ill element that could lead to a much greater problem, if you have jealousy in your blood.
If you have envy in your blood and if this problem is dealt, you have the beginning of a created delusion that will shoot up. In some cases, the problem could submerge itself brining no harm to others, but will soon result in more bad habits.
The problem grows as mental health experts start giving out the prescription antidepressant medications that raise behaviors, psych the mind, and controls the mind, while submerging the problems beneath.
Antidepressant Medication â€“ Probable Risks
Abrupt stopping of some antidepressant medications is dangerous. Symptoms such as, suicidal tendencies/thinking, violent outbursts, enraged attitudes, impulsive behaviors and so will increase, if the antidepressant medications such as Effexor XR are stopped suddenly.
It is obvious that the person has something that was buried under the antidepressant medication and was triggered by the chemicals combined in the anti depressant medication.
The mental health experts around the world continue to prescribed such chemical laced dangers to mental illnesses of all sorts, even though antidepressant medications are proven to be dangerous in some instances.
It has been proven in some instances that alcohol and/or drug addiction symptoms will be increased with antidepressant medications, and these antidepressant medications will also result in major heart attacks, or damage to bone structures, which leads to many fractures.
As we have to consider that the advocate and the enemy are working together to bring forth destruction, it is difficult to examine antidepressant medications and mental health.
When we think of help, we know that when a person helps another that it is always a good thing. However, some of us that believe that we have a piece of paper think that we have all the answers.
Otherwise, some may feel that the best solution for finding the problems can be done by playing against the odds. The sad part is that more mentally ill persons are aware that the experts are making numerous errors every single day, and they are placing the blame on everyone but the ones making the errors.
How sad when we are all one people, one nation, and under one rule. When it comes to the mind, the last thing anyone should do is play around with problems existing. In my experience, I watched as psychiatrist prescribed a young boy with drugs that created more problem than what was already in existing.
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