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What Are CCHR's Views About Psychiatric Drugs?

Psychiatric drugs are usually prescribed as a "solution" to a problem. But they only mask the problem and never allow the person to look at its real cause.

CCHR strongly disagrees with the enforced and harmful methods employed by psychiatrists. Psychiatrists fail to mention the horrendous side effects of their drugs. They often cause irreversible damage to the brain and nervous system. These effects usually require a further drug to contain them.

Bizarre side effects haunt those who take them: addiction, exhaustion, diminished sexual drive, trembling, nightmares, increased anxiety and violent or suicidal behaviour.

 While these mind-altering drugs may deaden the mental and emotional pain connected with living, in so doing they can kill the drive that promotes the search for real solutions and improvement.

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