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Re: Depression is a created illness and ...... stjames

Posted by Hanks on October 21, 2003, at 1:08:47

In reply to Re: Depression Causes Brain Damage ? Are You Sure?, posted by stjames on October 20, 2003, at 1:02:08

Thanks for the links.

But even after researching with all those documentation, some doubts remain.
Is it really untreated manic depression that caused all these brain abnormalities ? If untreated manic depression causes brain damage, the same magnitude of brain destruction has seen in those patients treated with medications. So isn't something missing here?
When there were no drugs available to treat depression, many awesome brains still survived with this mysterious illness. Newton, Lincoln... Why the disease didn't make their brains a mush?

Why there are a lot still in this support group to find a perfect fit for their causes?

Wouldn't it be better to fight depression without the aid of chemicals as our ancestors did? Like turning those negative symptoms into productivity ? (For example if you wake very early in the morning, you will have a great deal of time left to do something more than what you usually do)

Why Edronax (reboxetine) failed to get FDA approval ? Because neither reboxetine nor fluoxetine appeared superior to placebo in the treatment of depression according to one study. Shouldn't we have to read something between lines here ?
Yes. Depression is a created illness, and antidepressants are a created necessity.
Peter Hanks




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