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Why Antidepressants Hurt You, Not Help You
Let’s get right to it. Antidepressants (SSRIs) have side effects, some of which may be permanent. No science proves antidepressants work. The placebo effect can play a significant role in why they work for some. Putting these chemicals in the body also plays a vital role in the increase of suicides among those taking antidepressants. SSRIs are used as antidepressants in the treatment of depression, personality disorders, and anxiety disorders.
There is a black box warning on all antidepressants. It describes this risk and emphasizes the need for appropriate monitoring along with close observation, especially in younger people. They want you to look for signs of suicidal thinking and suicidal behavior.
To give an antidepressant which has a very well known side effect of suicide to a person who is depressed is beyond ludicrious.
The drugs are dangerous; otherwise, daily monitoring wouldn’t be needed.
The doctor will not tell you that some of the adverse side effects may be permanant.
Anxiety – Agitation – Panic attacks – Insomnia – Irritability – Hostility – Aggressiveness – Impulsivity – Akathisia – Hypomania, and Mania.