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Default SSRI Antidepressants Linked To Violent Crime By Some Patients

SSRI Antidepressants Linked To Violent Crime By Some Patients

Excerpt: Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are some of the most widely prescribed antidepressant drugs in the world. Now, an unsettling new study out of Sweden finds that some people given these medications develop a “tendency” to commit violent crimes. According to the research, this violent effect can even last for up to 12 weeks after halting SSRI treatment.

Lagerberg says earlier studies have made the connection between the drugs and violent behavior in youths, but this latest and larger work is the first to draw a link to adults.

- studyfinds.org

Many mass shooting perps were found to be on SSRI's... not all. There is a link though. People are basically guinea pigs for the big pharm companies through many doctor prescriptions.

America is the most over-medicated nation on earth. Just look at what is happening to the nation and its people. People are literally falling apart mentally and SSRI's are a dangerous mix.

From boys being given Ritalin for ADHD to people who think that they are the opposite sex and then get prescribed hormone blockers... society in America is hanging on by a thread and over-medicating, taking people further away from reality, is not helping.

We have a psychiatry and medical system that appears to have little oversight when it comes to a balanced approach. It seems quite one-sided and extreme... just like politics today depending on what party you are looking at.
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