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Antidepressants negate paranormal / psychic abilities

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posted on Mar, 14 2010 @ 03:51 PM
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If the indigo child thing is correct, why are they being so lazy?
Why haven't they done anything besides proclaim themselves to be better than everyone else?




posted on Mar, 14 2010 @ 04:39 PM
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There is a street light in front of my parent house where i grew up, i flick this light off 300 days a year i mean i just have to walk near the lightpole and the light goes off, the municipality came SEVERAL times to replace the bulb, check the wires etc...without finding anything wrong (i know because i asked the guys few times).



Ahhhhh... I'm not alone with this experience. There's another individual at ATS who also has this happen to them. Maybe someone should start a thread on this subject.



posted on Mar, 14 2010 @ 06:20 PM
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I was taking zoloft for 2 years. Then I discovered via medical tests that I had a thyroidal issue and I wasn't depressed because of my gbrain not working well... I quited that s*** by my own, slowly btw because I knew that leaving those meds from one day to another was bad, and started to take the correct pills: hormones.
And my life is way greater now. I hated being depressed due to nothing, and those pills just helped me to being dumbed down...
Sure, that make me work, but mostly like a dead corpe walking than a person. I still have the last and almost full box of zoloft on my desk's drawer, as a memento.



posted on Mar, 14 2010 @ 08:42 PM
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Originally posted by stealthyaroura
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sorry ZERRA not (zarra my bad) you clearly know enough about how these drugs and hoe they work on the receptors of the brain, i too have studied this field a little and your advice is sound and solid. respect my friend.


but do you agree the USA is way over the top when it comes to handing out meds to kids especially?
stealth~



Yeah , they are. I think because a lot of the times doctors do not know what is wrong with some children- b.c children are more difficult to diagnose until they are older- especially when it concerns disorders (Anti social personality disorder- this is the term used on childrn instead of saying psychopath). So treatments are given to see if there is a change in behaviour b4 knowing if they are just not being brought up proper. Hard to say b.c I dunno for sure what other options are available if your child's really disturbed, sick, or acting in a way that disrupts their own life and goals (like OCD). It's a very difficult subject where there are a lot of people who have their own personal horror stories concerning meds..and I don't personally take any unless it is extremely needed (like meds for an infection lol)....a I probably wouldn't personally be the first to medicate my child..especially since I have an ability to see spirits..For example, i couldnt control the 'voices' in my childhood- you know, of the spirits..my mom decided not to tell anyone so i was never medicated..now i am able to help ppl with my gift
So I wouldnt medicate my own kids for the same behaviourial traits



posted on Mar, 15 2010 @ 12:47 PM
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I was put on anti-depressants after befriending a bipolar/manic-depressive/schizophrenic. Of course i got away from them as soon as i could, they were not a positive influence whatsoever. I was never officially diagnosed with depression, it was just described as me being sad because stuff changed and i didn't know how to deal with it. Since the first appointment with the psychologist they tried to push higher doses on me when i didn't need them. Yes, i was generally blank in emotion but that was because i am a very down-to-earth person and did not obsess or get all up-in-arms about every little misfire or mistake. I discovered that i could no longer "detach" from myself mentally while deep in thought, heck i couldn't summon a deep thought when i wanted to. I wanted to get off the medication but i was told i had to be on it for an entire year before they could consider taking me of or "weaning me off" as they stated. At first i had to take them twice a day, eventually i skipped the second pill until someone grew suspicious then i would take it to satisfy them or pretend to if possible. I stopped taking it entirely for a good few months and was happy to discover my thought process had been restored. After all that time i had a "surge" of subconscious thought coming out into my conscious thought. I was speaking to a friend via internet at the time and have no recollection of what was said though they at were quick to inform me that they could not even being to comprehend what i had told them. Also my minor "6th sense" had returned to me. I had a spirit hanging around before-hand and once i had returned to my previous state it appeared again. Though it may have moved on entirely. Last i saw it, he was a silhouette that i could've reached out and touched. It accompanied the thought/realization that "it" was a young male. Haven't seen them since.

Forgive me for the long paragraph, all my thoughts came pouring out at once. But in short: Been there.



posted on Aug, 8 2011 @ 03:31 AM
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My partner made I good point last night. we've both been on antidepressants in the past and he said since he started taking them, he can rarely dream or remember his dreams and the same for me. It seems they deactivate some part of your brain (maybe have an effect on the pineal gland?)
This definitely needs looking more into!
I miss my dreams and my intuition ain't that good now either



posted on Sep, 22 2011 @ 06:56 AM
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I know I'm reviving a really old post here. I just happened to search for Lexapro to see what came up.

You know, I've been on Lexapro (SSRI) for quite some time and I haven't found it to be stifling at all. In fact I think it's made me more in tune with my surroundings/spirituality than before. I feel more connected what with all the white noise of anxiety being gone. I feel better than I have ever.

I think perhaps I really do have a physical chemical imbalance in my brain and this has legitimately restored that natural balance. When I suffer from anxiety I know it's chemical, I get literally sick and disoriented from the adrenaline rushing through me. Maybe a lot of people who go on them who feel stifled are strictly bogged down with emotional turmoil that needs to be worked through mentally, not with pills. I obviously can't say this for sure as we'll never truly know for sure. I just know that I feel normal, my spirituality is still present and strong and I feel free. They've really helped me. Just my $0.02.



posted on Sep, 30 2011 @ 11:56 AM
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I too take anti depressants..... glad to see other who have felt the "brain zaps" thing.



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