Saturday, November 22, 2008

Teenager commits suicide online with an overdose of antidepressants

News organizations are reporting that Abraham Biggs committed suicide with an overdose of Benzodiazepine an antidepressant along with other drugs used to treat depression. According to sources Benzodiazepine can cause aggression and violent outbursts, particularly when they are combined with alcohol. Paradoxical reactions may occur in any individual on commencement of therapy and initial monitoring should take into account the risk of increases in anxiety or suicidal thoughts. Unfortunately, this drug did what it is prescribed to do “suicide thoughts”.

This global broadcast is an example of the effects of these mind altering drugs. It is an outrage that these drugs continually get prescribed and the results continually are the same, mass murder and suicide. You will probably get excuses from the three headed monster the FDA, Psychiatrists, and BigPharma that antidepressants should be accompanied by counseling. You will not get any of these three taking responsibility for the lethal nature of these drugs. These SSRI’s and antidepressants are over prescribed to children and young adults, and they are the cause many mass murders (Virginia Tech and Columbine), and numerous suicides.

This young man's life was abruptly ended by a lethal dose of drugs he should have never taken and never needed. There are endless natural options to depression. A simply organic diet and exercise will improve your health and outlook at the least. Once these drugs are approved by the FDA then physicians and psychiatrist's can prescribed them for almost any malady (ADHD, Bi-Polar, Depression etc.). There are numerous books which outline the gravity of this issue. You can read ADHD Fraud by Dr. Fred Baughman Jr., America Fooled by Timothy Scott, or On The Take by Jerome Kassirer. The more you are informed the better the judgments you can make for yourself and children.

National awareness of the effects of these drugs can bring change and save lives. Hopefully the shorten life of Abraham Biggs can provide a big impression to the awareness of these drugs effects and maybe save lives of future children and young adults.

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