Tuesday, September 2, 2014

What if everying we know about treating depression is wrong


What If Everything We Know About Treating Depression Is Wrong?

Scientific studies indicate that current medications target the wrong parts of the brain.
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A new study is challenging the relationship between depression and an imbalance of serotonin levels in the brain, and brings into doubt how depression has been treated in the U.S. over the past 20 years.
Researchers at the John D. Dingell VA Medical Center and Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit have bred mice who cannot produce serotonin in their brains, which should theoretically make them chronically depressed. But researchers instead found that the mice showed no signs of depression, but instead acted aggressively and exhibited compulsive personality traits.  
This study backs recent research indicating that selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, or SSRIs, may not be effective in lifting people out of depression. These commonly used antidepressants such as Prozac, Paxil, Celexa, Zoloft, and Lexapro, are taken by some 10% of the U.S. population and nearly 25% of women between 40 and 60 years of age. More than 350 million people suffer from depression, according to the World Health Organization, and it is the leading cause of disability across the globe.
The study was published in the journal ACS Chemical Neuroscience. Donald Kuhn, the lead author of the study, set out to find what role, if any, serotonin played in depression. To do this, Kuhn and his associates bred mice who lacked the ability to produce serotonin in their brains, and ran a battery of behavioral tests on them. In addition to being compulsive and extremely aggressive, the mice who could not produce serotonin showed no signs of depression-like symptoms. The researchers also found, to their surprise, that under stressful conditions, the serotonin-deficient mice behaved normally.
A subset of the mice who couldn’t produce serotonin were given antidepressant medications and they responded in a similar manner to the drugs as did normal mice. Altogether, the study found that serotonin is not a major player in depression, and science should look elsewhere to identify other factors that might be involved. These results could greatly reshape depression research, the authors say, and shift the focus of the search for depression treatments.
The study joins others in directly challenging the notion that depression is related to lower levels of serotonin in the brain. One study has shown that some two-thirds of those who take SSRIs remain depressed, while another study has even found them clinically insignificant.
Critics of common antidepressants claim they’re not much better than a placebo, yet may still have unwanted side effects.
SSRIs started to become widely used in the 1980s. Their introduction was heralded by the psychiatric community as a new era where safer drugs that directly targeted the causes of depression would become the standard. While SSRIs aren’t more effective than the older antidepressants, such as tricyclics and monoamine oxidase inhibitors, they are less toxic.
An earlier study by the National Institute of Mental Health found that two out of three patients with depression don’t fully recover using modern antidepressants.
These results “are important because previously it was unclear just how effective (or ineffective) antidepressant medications are in patients seeking treatment in real-world settings,” said James Murrough, a research fellow at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine Mood and Anxiety Disorders Program.

Saturday, May 24, 2014

laughter is the best medicine

you all know the saying, "Laughter is the best medicine". This is so true, and spiritually true too. Its eternally true!

why take an anti-depressant when God can make you laugh
                           ( GENESIS 21:6 *NKJV )

 It is said that laughter is the best medicine.  So today
  we shall share a laugh or two, for after all, our Heavenly Father
  has a sense of humor and; 

So, it looks like a Deception, if an anti-depressant is meant to really make you happy, it's to mislead you from the fact that God can make you happy. The devil wants to deceive you about where you happiness comes from: God. The devil doesn't want you to think that happiness comes from God. The devil wants you to think happiness comes from Alchemy. (sorceries)
"By Babylons Sorceries, the Nations are Deceived". Revelations 18:23

Faith comes from hearing the word of God. One must have faith to believe that happiness will come from God, and that God will make us happy, God will make us laugh. To take an anti-depressant not only deceives us about happiness, deceives us about God, but it also diminishes our Faith as well. 

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

the plastic surgery smile and the anti-depressant

Lets say you have Plastic Surgery, in order to give you a permanent, forceful smile.. wouldn't that ruin your looks? ?

Its the same thing with anti-depressants: A forced happiness will ruin the personality. 

Monday, May 19, 2014

One of the many millions of side-effects of Prozac

One of the millions of Side-Effects of Prozac and other Psych-Shit-Tiarist pills are:

1. Personality: There is a saying that "Our Personalities go well with each other" or our "Personalities Clash".
The side-effects is "Personality Clashing and Switch".
What it does, it makes your Personality Clash with the people (esp girls) that you are supposed to in life, to be with, it clashes your personality with the personalities that you go well with, and instead, it switches your personality to go well with creepy, fucked-up people, the wrong crowd.

Psychiatrist Pills are PERSONALITY CLASHERS. TRASHERs. You won't be the same person. You'll do things that you didn't grow up doing- you'll do bad things, think bad things, that you didn't as a child when growing up. They won't be the fun, tempting sins.. They'll be just boring fuck-ups.

that beautiful hot blonde that you were destined in life to be with, the right looks, the right personality that goes well with yours..
well, by taking the psychiatric medicine, the side-effect is that it makes your personality clash with that beautiful blonde girls. Prozac predestines you for a shitty reality in which instead of being with the beautiful blonde girl of your life, you masturbate instead and hang out with disgusting sleazy men and turn gay instead.

Psychiatric pills make you gay against your will.

Psychiatric pills Are DEMONIC and uses DEMONOLOGY to change your life.