posted on Nov, 19 2013 @ 01:18 PM
This is actually in the wrong forum and is not a conspiracy. It's also not being done on purpose. Not sure which forum it should go in but this is
considered a fact.
Yale School of Medicine Professor of Psychiatry Malcolm B. Bowers, Jr, MD wrote:
Illicit drugs aren't the only ones that precipitate psychosis or mania—prescribed drugs can too, and in particular, some psychiatric drugs. We
investigated this and found that about 1 in 12 psychotic or manic patients in an inpatient psychiatric facility are there due to
antidepressant-induced psychosis or mania. That's unfortunate for the field [of psychiatry] and disastrous for some of our patients.
To get into one of these facilities you need to be a life threatening danger to yourself or others. Usually others. So this is actually confirmed and
no conspiracy. Hopefully no one shows up and shoots me for this. If I disappear you guys know what happened to me.
It is important to be understood here. I want to call attention to the fact that some persons with a family history of even the subtler forms of
bipolar disorder or psychosis are more vulnerable than others to the mania- or psychosis-inducing potential of antidepressants, stimulants and
sleeping medications. While I'm not making a blanket statement against these medications, I am urging caution in their use.
Psychosis is a blanket symptom. People who suffer from it are often delusional. When you think of delusions you need to realize this can encompass
things such as a strong belief that people are sending radio waves into your brain to control you. You don't need to be seeing things or even hearing
things. People who suffer from this type of medication induced psychosis are highly dangerous.
So you can take a patient with a mild mental disorder and turn them into a full blown psychotic. IMHO the recent influx of foreign graduates who do
not take the same curriculum as american doctors could be partially to blame. Also for those that do not know any MD can call themselves a
Psychiatrist. At least in my state. So IMO this could be due to poor medical care and people caring more about the dollar then the patient.
This is usually the case. I have had to diagnose myself in the past because doctors have almost killed me. I have ended up in emergency rooms because
of bad drugs when the doctor could have prevented it. I should have sued them. In my case it was foreign graduates. I now only see doctors with
degrees from american universities.