Time to end abuse of anti-psychotic drugs
From the cradle to the grave, we are bombarded with dangerous psychiatric drugs. It's unrelenting.
The latest news covers the use of anti-psychotic drugs prescribed to elderly patients in care homes.
The psychiatric profession has perpetuated the tragic but lucrative hoax that ageing is a mental "disorder", a for-profit "disease" for which they have no cure, and which requires extensive and expensive psychiatric drugs.
The end result is that, rather than being cherished and respected, too often senior citizens suffer the indignity of having their power of mind nullified by psychiatric drugs or their lives simply brought to a tragic and premature end.
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It's time for change. Common sense and decency should dictate that the last thing a fragile, anxious or vulnerable elderly person needs is the additional physical and mental stress associated with psychiatric drugs.
National spokesman, Citizens Commission on Human Rights (UK)