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    Studies of rats/monkeys on anti psychotics life expectancy

    Does anyone know of any rats or monkey studies of them being on antipychotics and their life expectancy? I figure if they live shorter lives then you could argue the antipychotics are causing early death more so then just the 1% increased death in dementia patients that are written on the black...
  2. Kerome

    Two studies focussing on long term outcomes from antipsychotics

    Interesting article on Mad in America looking at two published studies which examine long term outcomes from antipsychotics. It takes a detailed look at how the studies are constructed and what we can take away from them... good stuff. A Tale of Two Studies - Mad In America
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    My best friend's depression is taking a serious toll over my mental health and my studies

    My best friend's depression is taking a serious toll over my mental health and my studies I have been helping my best friend through her depression and for getting over her narcissist ex since 1.5 years. At first everything was gong okay and since i also have been through depression, so i could...
  4. supergreysmoke

    Paranoid rage

    Don't get it often, two or three times year for this symptom, sometimes I think it is to do with how my family have been towards me, ostraziation and a general lack of understanding/insight...same with doctors and medical professionals. Think there's been studies done show medical staff go for...
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    Recent Studies Show Chronic Pain Can Increase the Risk of Dementia in the Elderly

    Recent Studies Show Chronic Pain Can Increase the Risk of Dementia in the Elderly I read an article a few weeks back.... it was a study published by JAMA Internal Medicine. It stated that those experiencing chronic pain had an increased risk of developing dementia... it kind of makes sense...
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    Hello everyone

    Hi there, I'm 23 years old i've been struggling with anxiety for as long as I can remember but I had always been able to control it without letting people see through the cracks. Unfortunately, my dad died a few weeks before xmas and I was in my last few months of my degree. I found myself in...
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    Hi; Also a new boy here.

    Retired now, but like to keep active in as many areas as possible, physically and mentally. I now have time to think more deeply. Have a bunch of qualifications within the social science arena. have written and contributed to many books and papers in the past, including the quantum mind...
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    The traumatic experience of first-episode psychosis: A systematic review and meta-analysis

    The traumatic experience of first-episode psychosis: A systematic review and meta-analysis AbstractIntroduction A psychotic episode may be sufficiently traumatic to induce symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), which could impact outcomes in first-episode psychosis (FEP). The...
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    New Guidelines to Define Schizophrenia Response, Resistance

    New Guidelines to Define Schizophrenia Response, Resistance Medscape: Medscape Access "A global expert working group has developed guidelines for defining treatment response and resistance in patients with schizophrenia, something that is desperately needed to guide the next generation of...
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    Lamotrigine and BPD?

    Hey guys, Just wondering if anyone is on/has been on this medication with BPD. I've been on Antipsychotics, SSRI's, Tricyclics, the whole she-bang! but nothing's ever seemed to work. I've been doing my homework and it looks pretty promising, only thing is that there have never been any...
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    The Harms of Antipsychotic Drugs: Evidence from Key Studies.

    Abstract This safety assessment provides a detailed analysis of key studies and focuses on the six most widely used antipsychotic drugs. Lines of evidence include mechanisms of action, short-term treatment of psychosis, relapse prevention, early intervention in schizophrenia, long-term...
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    Some thoughts on Mad Studies

    Some thoughts on ‘Mad Studies’… - Asylum Magazine for Democratic Psychiatry | Asylum Magazine for Democratic Psychiatry "‘Mad Studies’ is an emergent body of knowledge/scholarship in the field of mental health in the UK that has attracted considerable attention and debate. As Brenda...
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    Searching for a Rose Garden: challenging psychiatry, fostering mad studies

    Searching for a Rose Garden: challenging psychiatry, fostering mad studies http://www.pccs-books.co.uk/products/searching-for-a-rose-garden-1#.V5t6DqK2HaJ ‘… an exceptionally insightful collection in which contributors reflect on the successes, setbacks, and ongoing challenges in contesting...
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    Constant misery

    At first I would like to say hello. My name is James and I’m in my early 20s. It is been known for about 4 months I suffer from real depression. Diagnosis claimed by both psychologist and psychiatrist. It all started about 4 years ago along with my multiple failures with education and career...
  15. cpuusage

    A bug in fMRI software could invalidate 15 years of brain research

    Ha ha - Fucking cockwombles wasting enormous amounts of money & time on utter nonsense. But it's a brain disease CPU - Yea OK. A bug in fMRI software could invalidate 15 years of brain research - ScienceAlert There could be a very serious problem with the past 15 years of research into...
  16. supergreysmoke

    TIME Gets It Wrong on Acupuncture

    NeuroLogica Blog » TIME Gets It Wrong on Acupuncture TIME Gets It Wrong on Acupuncture A recent Time Magazine article tries to answer the question: Does Acupunture Work? Their answer: For certain conditions—particularly pain—there’s evidence it works. Exactly how it works is an open question...
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    Mental health is not a function of the individual

    Mental health is not a function of the individual - https://blog.blinkandhum.com/?p=41 Having been a student of psychology formally since I was 13 years old, I’ve long been fascinated with a particular question about mental wellness that might simplistically be seen as a nature vs. nurture...
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    The Absence of Psychiatric C/S/X Perspectives In Academic Discourse: Consequences and Implications

    The Absence of Psychiatric C/S/X Perspectives In Academic Discourse: Consequences and Implications The Absence of Psychiatric C/S/X Perspectives in Academic Discourse: Consequences and Implications | Jones | Disability Studies Quarterly Abstract There is growing recognition that psychiatric...
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    Psychiatric drugs killing more users than heroin, cocaine, say health experts

    Psychiatric drugs killing more users than heroin, cocaine, say health experts Psychiatric drugs killing more users than heroin, cocaine: experts | Vancouver Sun Health professionals are sounding the alarm over the heightened risk of death linked to the use of psychiatric drugs, which was...
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    The Academician Theosophical

    https://theacademiciantheosophical.wordpress.com/ Studies on the Eclectic Theosophical System of the Mysteries