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Better Than Psychiatric Drugs, Part Three: The Right Tree.A person who is "mentally disturbed" will be found to have hidden underlying physical problems that prevent their recovery.
Broken bones, pinched nerves, and suppressed pain — all can affect the person's mental outlook. Modern advances in medicine and nutrition have revelealed just how big an adverse effect on the mind can be exerted by nutritional and vitamin deficiencies, poor diet, allergies, food additives and chemical toxins in the fatty tissues of the body.
Physical discomforts, deficiences and exhaustion have a detrimental effect on mood. The person is medically ill or injured, not "insane." He may have a disease but he does not, short of a tumour, have a diseased or malfunctioning brain, nor is he locked into a mental condition by the fickle pre-programming of his genes.
Fix the medical problem, allergy or nutitional deficiency and the person will experience resurgence.
The correct first action on a seriously mentally disturbed person therefore is a full searching clinical examination by a competent medical doctor.The correct second action is find and fix the cause.
There follows below a by no mens exhaustive list of things that can affect quite seriously a person's mental state and behaviour. Just to give you an idea, let me start with the example of Lyme Disease.
Lyme Disese is the most common tick-borne disease in the Northern Hemisphere. It is transmitted to humans by the bite of infected ticks. Early manifestations of infection may include fever, headache, fatigue, depression, and a characteristic skin rash called erythema migrans. Left untreated, late manifestations involving the joints, heart, and nervous system can occur. In most cases, the infection and its symptoms are eliminated with antibiotics, especially if diagnosis and treatment occur early.
You will notice that two of the symptoms noted here are depression and fatigue. Imagine someone with the early stages if Lyme disease but does not know he has the disease. He feels worn out and depressed. He goes to his doctor or psychiatrist, describes his depression, is not given a thorough physical examination so the presence of the Lymes infection is missed,
The psychiatrist, without checking for any one of a long list of ailments that can cause a person to feel depressed, diagnosed "depression" and wrote out a prescription for anti depressants. The physical cause is neglected so the illness gets worse. The psychotropic medication, supposed to treat a mental disorder that does not exist, causes physical and mental complications and the person gets worse.
In fact, Dr. Paul Fink, past president of the American Psychiatric Association, has admitted that every disorder in Psychiatry's Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM IV) can be caused by Lyme Disease. Yet Psychiatrists when diagnosing, steadfastly ignore the spectrum of possible causes of an emotional condition and will limit practice to pharmaceutical and other treatments that have done nothing but damage the brain and the individual.
Here then is a by no means exhaustive lisy of physical illnesses that can cause problems of the mind and mood:
Adrenal Over– or Under–activity
Alcohol or Alcohol Withdrawal
Caffeine or Caffeine Withdrawal
Monosodium Glutamate (MSG)
Nicotine or Nicotine Withdrawal
Overdose of Over–the–counter drugs
Pellagra (Vitamin B3–Niacin Deficiency)
Synthetic Food Coloring
Thyroid Over– or Under–activity
Urinary Tract Infections
Vitamin B1 Deficiency
Vitamin B12 Deficiency
Vitamin B9–Folic Acid Deficiency
Drugs, whether illicit street drugs such as cocaine or prescribed psychotropic medication, will at best provide a person with temporary relief by disrupting the routine activities of the nervous system. Given a tranquilizer, for example, the nerves and other body systems are forced to do things they normally would not do.
The human body, however, will fight back against the foregn invader, trying to process the chemical, and working hard to counterbalance its effect on the body. But the body was not designed for the continuous manufacture of euphoric, tranquilizing, or antidepressant sensations via the agency of disruptive chemicals and, quickly or slowly, its systems break down. Tissue damage may occur, nerves stop functioning normally, organs and hormonal systems go awry. Bizarre things start to happen: addiction, exhaustion, diminished sexual desire, trembling, nightmares, hallucinations, and psychosis. Side effects are, in fact, the body's natural response to having a chemical disrupt its normal functioning.
In other words, the person deteriorates while, unaddressed or even undetected, the original physical illness remains and often worsens.
As a solution or cure to life's problems, psychotropic drugs do not work. But proper medical treatment, detoxification of the body, antibiotics, setting broken bones, vitamins, nutrition, temperance and sufficient sleep and so forth all do.
The very LAST thing one should do when suffering some unwanted mental condition is take a psychiatric drug!
[Important warning: if you are already on some psychiatric medication do NOT just stop taking them without first seeking and following the guidance of a medical doctor.]For all my free articles, to find Narconon for information about kicking drugs. the Citiziens Commission on Human Rights for information about psychiatry and much more, Go to the HowDo Hub at http://www.howdohub.com
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