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Re: Brand new to group SLS

Posted by bulldog2 on August 22, 2009, at 18:19:12

In reply to Re: Brand new to group, posted by SLS on August 22, 2009, at 5:53:15

> > God if I had the energy to do it, I would seriously kill the people who keep outlawing the drugs that work. Nomifensine and then Aminepine(srry speeling), I swear that these people outlaw any drugs that actually work and brighten mood without all the crappy side effects. SSRI's are the greatest marketing scam in history. People in power won't allow NA OR DA drugs cause they actually work. We can't have people feeling too good. Let's turn them into zombies instead.
> I think the manufacturer of amineptine (Survector), Servier, was under pressure from several sources to withdraw it, including the Olympic Committee. Athletes were using amineptine as a performance enhancer until it was banned. That was probably an important factor that led to the drugs's demise. For years prior, it had been the subject of substance abuse allegations. It's too bad that the behavior of so few can be to the detriment of so many.
> - Scott

The reality of ssris is that actually function like the older anti psychotics. The means of action is different but the end result is similar. The ap's block dopamine and the ssris ultimately reduce dopamine which brings on a host of bad side effects.

The only plus for the ssris appears to be they are safer in overdose so doctors can hand them out like candy.

on the other hand they are only successful in mild to moderate depression. Not really useful in major depression.

They neuter both men and women and creat apathy. Dopamine is an important player in happiness.

Psychotropic drugs are produced by people who follow the puritanical rules of life. Make people functional enough to work but we don't want people experiencing joy or able to think for themselves.

ssris are a joke. Useful for minor depression. I read that men often don't follow through on ssri treatment because of the neutering effect.
Family physicians are generally so ignorant of how psychotropic drugs work they just hand out drugs the pharm salesman has told them about.




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