Did you know that medication for depression kills more people than terrorism does?
According to the British Medical Journal, at least 1800 patients die each year due to prescribed medication for depression. The FDA approves these drugs, and that is concerning to say the least. There would be a mighty uproar if the terrorism approved…
A study was conducted at Harvard Medical School on more than 75 000 patients with dementia. All of these patients were placed on anti psychotic medication and were living in nursing homes. It is not normal to prescribe this medication to these patients. The findings were that there was an increase in deaths in the patients due to both internal and external negative side effects. More than 1800 patients died each year and the deaths were attributed to the prescribed medication.
It is okay for a small amount of these patients to take anti-psychotic treatment; however, this needs to be carefully regulated and only for a maximum of three months. In most cases, the treatment does more harm than good.
It has been reported that close to 800 000 people die each year in America due to conventional medication
This is almost 3 times more than the number of people who died on the 9/11 saga, which was one of the greatest tragedies in modern history.
In truth, the western diet has much to do with many ailments including mental disorders
Malnutrition affects how the brain stores energy and causes the brain to shut down certain processes that are necessary for basic survival. In children it can cause stunted growth and mental development (read more…)
In the meantime, there is a risk of permanent damage to the brain. Thankfully, this can be addressed by eating the right foods that supply enough nutrition to the brain.
Brain abnormalities, metabolic disorders and malabsorption can cause amino acid deficiencies. People with amino acid deficiency are often prone to mood disorders such as anxiety, depression or bipolar disorder.
The brain needs omega-3 fatty acids, and the body is unable to store and manufacture these.
Your brain processes and stores information thanks to these fatty acids. People who are omega-3 fatty acid deficient end up with heart disease, poor blood circulation, memory disorders, chronic fatigue and a variety of behavioral disorders.
It has been noted that people who are deficient are almost always likely to be extremely depressed. Studies have shown that by supplementing with omega-3 fatty acids, these symptoms of depression can be reversed.