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Re: Do Antidepressants extend lifespan? bleauberry

Posted by SLS on August 23, 2009, at 18:20:39

In reply to Re: Do Antidepressants extend lifespan?, posted by bleauberry on August 23, 2009, at 17:02:40

> Do Antidepressants extend lifespan?
> No.
> Longterm followup studies show it.
> Stress is not reduced.
> Suicides are not reduced.
> Underlying diseases progress while misdiagnosed as depression.
> New diseases/syndromes are created.
> Remissions are a minority and commonly relapse within 3 years.
> Actually unmedicated depression patients who just try to live as healthy as they can the remainder of their miserable lives live longer than the medicated ones.

I can't believe you wrote all of these things.

I disagree with everything.

However, I have a mind that is ready to take a look at any citations you would like to provide us with.

Those are some very weighty conclusions you have come to. I would recommend that anyone who is inclined to be influenced by your post do their own research.

What turned you? Disappointment?

- Scott




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