Dr. Richard A. Friedman is a professor of psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College in Manhattan.
posted on 09/24/2012 10:12:49 PM PDT
If the ‘zombie apocalypse’ ever starts, the people coming off their meds will be interesting, to say the least. No malicious intent will be necessary for an army of people who are really messed up...
posted on 09/24/2012 10:19:48 PM PDT
by Smokin' Joe
(How often God must weep at humans' folly. Stand fast. God knows what He is doing)
President 0bama has forced many to seek refuge in medications because currently there is no cure for his recklessness.
These drugs often ironically cause psychotic behavior. Particularly if they are stopped to quick.
To: Running On Empty
posted on 09/24/2012 10:32:55 PM PDT
by Running On Empty
(The three sorriest words: "It's too late")
Baby Boomers and their drug culture lifestyle coming home to roost.
Off-label, as a non-addicting PRN soporific, 50mg of Seroquel before bedtime is very effective, and a helluva lot safer than the so-called safe and non-addicting “Ambien” and its cousins.
posted on 09/24/2012 10:59:37 PM PDT
(Overjoyed to be the Pariah.)
I have an acquaintance that was prescribed Abilify. It gave what was left of the family their lives back.
Somebody should warn Hillary Clinton...she looks and sounds like a drugged up mental patient trying out for the part of US Secretary of State in the World Cuckoo’s Nest’s election year play.
posted on 09/25/2012 1:57:28 AM PDT
(There's nothing like the universe to bring you down to earth.)
My drug of choice is beer, and I ain’t giving it up anytime soon.
posted on 09/25/2012 1:58:54 AM PDT
(Barry's not fit to shine the shoes of a REAL President.)
Seems the use of these drugs has increased significantly since President Obama took to the White House. Any link, per chance?
posted on 09/25/2012 3:27:20 AM PDT
(You can live each day only once. You can waste a few, but don't waste too many.)
Lets be clear: The new atypical antipsychotic drugs are effective and safe. [...] ... they have potentially serious adverse effects ...
So, which is it? "Safe," or seriously adverse?
posted on 09/25/2012 4:30:19 AM PDT
("In the kingdom of the blind, sight is a crime and mentioning what you see is a gaffe.")
Little irritates me more than the phrase, “Let’s be clear.”
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