Anti-Psychotic Drugs Don’t Work on Disabled People

Anti-psychotic drugs appear not be effective at improving the behavior of people with learning disabilities than a placebo. Anti-psychotics are regularly used on people with learning disabilities who exhibit aggression, but no studies had previously been conducted to see if such treatment was effective.

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Tags: Disorders & Diagnoses, Mental Health Screening

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One Response to “Anti-Psychotic Drugs Don’t Work on Disabled People”

  1. flower Says:

    TRUTH: anti-phycotics cause violence, you will end up in jail from them, or doing something ull regret.

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