Posted by huxley on April 21, 2012, at 19:24:38
In reply to Re: Psychiatric drug induced CBI Intro, posted by zazenducke on April 21, 2012, at 13:06:30
> Does anyone dispute this? Perhaps we can see where our disagreement (if any) begins.
> 1. Introduction
> Every type of psychiatric medication initially produces effects that are specific to the particular drugs
> unique impact on neurotransmitters and other aspects of brain function. For example, the SSRI antidepressants
> block the removal of the neurotransmitter serotonin from the synapses; the antipsychotic drugs
> suppress and block dopamine neurotransmission; and the benzodiazepines amplify GABA neurotransmission
> which in turns suppresses overall brain function.
> Although all psychiatric drugs have specific initial biochemical effects, over time other neurotransmitter
> systems react to the initial effects and broader changes begin to take place in the brain and in mental
Zazsnducke, you are preaching to the wrong forum.
You won't get far here with the locals. I have tried before, they argue at first but soon ignore you if they don't like the home truths you are saying.
They will shoot back at you with propaganda such as anti psychotics are Neuro-Protective etc.
I am suffering from the exact symptoms that breggin describes and agree with everything you write.
Sometimes you have to live something to believe it.