The Truth About "Schizophrenia" & Fixing Chemical Imbalances

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"This video is excerpted from a full length documentary entitled ""The Truth about 'Schizophrenia'"" For more information about this video, visit this link: http://www.yoism.org/zp/?q=node/70

Schizophrenia is said to be caused by chemical imbalances that are ""fixed"" by neuroleptic drugs. This is untrue and there is no evidence for such imbalances.

(Note about the speakers: Loren Mosher was the first Chief of Schizophrenia Studies at NIMH and Bob Whitaker is the author of the acclaimed book, ""Mad in America."")

For more information about this topic, see http://www.yoism.org/?q=node/120 To view another video in which these folks do an intial calculation of the toll of death and destruction caused by standard neuroleptic treatment, see http://www.yoism.org/?q=node/119

And here you can find some of the front page New York Times articles reporting on just one of the rapidly increasing number of news reports and legal caaes documenting Big Pharma's incredible corruption: http://www.yoism.org/?q=node/274

And while the so-called ""antidepressants"" are probably not as dangerous, there is plenty of evidence that they cause a great deal of harm. See: http://www.yoism.org/?q=node/234

For a careful diagnostic analysis of modern society, see http://www.yoism.org/?q=node/36 Then consider the possibility that some (many?) of those disgnosed with psychosis may simply be people who cannot engage in the mental gymnastics, delusions, and other psychic operations that would enable them to become one of the ""normal insane."""

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"It is as hard for the individual to accept the disorder as it is for other family members."

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