Dr. Mark Horowitz, MBBS PhD is a training psychiatrist and Clinical Research Fellow in Psychiatry North East London NHS Foundation Trust (NELFT) and an Honorary… Read More »The Myth of Low-Serotonin & Antidepressants
Where it had been promoted that withdrawal from paroxetene was safe and easy, in fact up to 7% of patients could experience withdrawal symptoms with some of these severe and prolonged.
BBC News. 19 October 2016. People who say their lives have been ruined by commonly prescribed antidepressants, known as SSRIs, are taking their case to… Read More »The ‘extreme’ side-effects of antidepressants
For more than 30 years, psychiatry has been complicit with pharmaceutical company marketing in forwarding the largest fraud in the history of medicine: the lie of the ‘chemical imbalance’ theory of depression.
A new study published by UK researchers suggests that the long-standing and widely-accepted idea that depression is caused by a chemical imbalance and low serotonin… Read More »The Chemical Imbalance Myth of Depression
“It may be less of a question of patients experiencing fluoxetine-induced suicidal ideation than patients feeling that ‘death is a welcome result’ when the acutely discomforting symptoms of akathisia are experienced on top of already distressing…
Depression and the ‘chemical imbalance’ Psychiatry’s largest involvement in the field of mental health, depression, is based on the theory of there being a ‘chemical… Read More »Chemical imbalance – psychiatry as a pharma marketing tool