'Schizophrenia' Category

A set of behaviors that has been falsely labeled a biologic “disease”. It is actually a psychiatric theory based on a set of false assumptions stemming from over 100 years ago. Psychiatrists often prescribe powerful mind altering drugs or long stays in mental institutions to “treat” this disease.

Schizophrenia Anti Psychotic Drugs Are A Failure

Friday, September 23rd, 2005

It seems psychiatry and the big drug companies had a problem when it came to anti psychotic drugs. These are the same drugs that they use to dope up people who have been labeled with schizophrenia. These drugs have strong side effects and the patients stop taking the drugs because they cannot stand these side-effects.

So what was their solution?

I imagine the big meeting over at the pharmaceutical / psychiatric think tank went something like this:

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Scientists Say There Is No Such Thing As Schizophrenia

Wednesday, August 31st, 2005

According to Dr. Richard Bentall, Professor in Experimental Clinical Psychology, and his colleagues have made a statement that many of the arbitrary categories for psychiatric diseases are unworkable and perhaps even false. The biologic disease theory is flawed and often doesn’t result in long term results for the patient.

He even goes so far as to say that “diseases” like Schizophrenia may not even exist at all.

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