Exactally !!! Lets not consult our pastors, or pray about anything, or go talk it out with our psych's, friends or family ....we'll just take a
yea.. there's REALLY needs to be a balance and all I've seen within the last 10 years, is ..
A pill for EVERTHING !!! seriously .. accrd to the AMA, FDA etc.. there is NO cure for virtually ANYTHING medically wrong with your body. It's either
a pill or surgery .. don't believe me, look it up.
pills aren't the answer to EVERYTHING!! and yes, I've beat depression without taking meds for it.
How depressed was I? well... I don't want to bore you with what I went through in the last 10 years or even my childhood but.. let's just say...
A pill is NOT always the answer!!! I think it would be good if you inserted a bit more balance in your research .. or even suggest a second opinion.
Most doctors work for big pharma anyways, everyone knows that; from some of the doctors I've seen yeeeeah.. I'll definately get a 2nd and 3rd
My question to OzWeatherman is a what if sernerino is .. "what If there isn't any way to get the meds you need.. then what do you do.. especially
when you have NO insurance or TSHTF!"
~How would you beat depression then ??
~If you borrow some, how would you know it was good for you to take it;
what are the side effect, or even worse .. After effects?
~will you risk your health even MORE just to get rid of this depression by taking more meds, some which maybe even more harmfull to some than good..
yes, you see you really need to bring a fully balanced post to the table. and with more than just one web link and screaming at the members; which is
also intresting since you never posted how you came to this knowledge that members are telling other members to stop taking their meds. It sounds as
if all the members are telling you this specifically or is there just one or two people telling you this ??
Here's my one web link.. took me all of 12 secs to find.. and WAY more balanced..
Here's some real questions should someone have if they think they're depressed.
Questions to ask yourself and a mental health professional
~Is my depression severe enough to justify drug treatment?
~Is medication the best option for treating my depression?
~Am I willing to tolerate unwanted side effects?
~What non-drug treatments might help my depression?
~Do I have the time and motivation to pursue other treatments such as therapy and exercise?
~What self-help strategies might reduce my depression?
~If I decide to take medication, should I pursue therapy as well?
Questions to ask your doctor
~Are there any medical conditions that could be causing my depression?
~What are the side effects and risks of the antidepressant you are recommending?
~Are there any foods or other substances I will need to avoid?
~How will this drug interact with other prescriptions I’m taking?
~How long will I have to take this medication?
~Will withdrawing from the drug be difficult?
~Will my depression return when I stop taking medication?
....and depression is cureable TO SOME people without taking meds for it. SOME ........not all ..