Dr Peter Breggin, explains in this two part video how psychiatric drugs suppress the fontal lobes of the brain to trigger dysfunction. Any psychoactive drug impairs the brain’s capacity to connect and empathise with self and other.
Benzodiazepenes, ritalin, anti-depressants appear to be helping because they take the edge of caring and feeling. What they are actually doing are anaesthetising the brain, spirt and the soul.
Dr Breggin also explains that there’s nothing anti-psychotic about anti-psychotics. They simply block dopamine the main pathway to the frontal lobe. Thus reducing apathy, increasing indifference not caring. Hallucinations don’t go away the person just doesn’t care so much about them. Surgical labotomy cuts the same pathway.
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