neuroleptics

I blame modern medicine

The story of an employee of one of the Moscow clinics: “She’s 11 years old, my granddaughter. And it almost all his life complained that her head hurt. Then she had the voice she had heard. But we long not speak about it and only then began to complain. Told me that hears my mother’s voice, if we yell at them. Two months treated. Here, and now all glory to God.

In the treatment of this girl I used psychiatric drugs, and harmless songs, as if pieces of protein molecules that have no relationship to psychotropic drugs. As you can see, it was enough to get her back to normal life. Now let’s try to dream, what would happen to this child if her parents went the usual route and took the daughter to a child psychiatrist.

So, early infantile schizophrenia. This is the diagnosis that immediately arise in the mind of doctors. Is hospitalization in a psychiatric hospital. It is the neuroleptics. Antipsychotics in a child of ten years will cause depression of the main functions. It would be difficult to think, difficult to say. Disturbed coordination of movements. But the voices that she heard, too, will disappear. Come grandmother, herself a nurse, to the doctor and say, “but what is it? Granddaughter-I have some other”. She will say: “what do you want? Such a serious illness”. Will deoccupied from a mental hospital, leaving on the same antipsychotics. Continue reading

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I blame modern medicine
The story of an employee of one of the Moscow clinics: "She's 11 years old, my granddaughter. And it almost all his life complained that her head hurt. Then she…

Continue reading →