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Lethal Psychiatric Drugs

Believe it or not, psychiatric medications can kill you in more ways than one. Besides impairing your judgment and affecting your concentration and coordination, these may also trigger illnesses due to the numerous side-effects they have upon our organism's well-being. Additionally, psychiatric drugs can cause death due to overdose or any other means of wrong usage. Also, one might lose control over his or her actions while on these drugs, giving way to suicidal tendencies, aggressive behavior etc. All in all, there are plenty of life-threatening situations these drugs can put us into. It is important to know which these are in order to cope with them better, or, simply to be aware of what you are about to face, each time you get these drugs prescribed by your psychiatrist.

How Can These Drugs Kill Me?

As mentioned above, when on these strong drugs, you are likely not to be your own self. Rather, you will not be aware of many of your doing, thus putting your life at risk in many different situations. What is more, there are no laws forbidding people on psychiatric drugs to drive cars, motorcycles and other means of transportation, even though they clearly are not capable of performing these actions in a maximum success. In fact, many psychiatric drugs are used by addicts. Thus, there is clearly a connection between the effect these drugs have and the effect other, street drugs may trigger in your organism.

All in all, there are many traffic accidents which happen due to the fact that one of the drivers involved was “high” on his psychiatric drugs. Therefore, there should be a restriction of driving while on these drugs, the same as there exists for people on illegal drugs, or intoxicated people. Unfortunately, there is a high likelihood that our pharmaceutical companies, being one of the strongest empires on the planet, contribute to this tolerance of people on psychiatric drugs. Thereby, we have more and more accident in traffic, at work and in many other situations.

Finally, all these drugs work in mysterious ways. Sure, their creators know their effects, as well as numerous side-effects. However, what exactly they do with the brain of the person taking them is still not completely known. Thus, you are to take something you know nothing about, insert it into your organism, and let it affect your brain and bombard it with different chemicals, hoping that your already present problems will not get worse.

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