91. shrinkage of the brain/ brain damage
92. shuts down basal ganglia, so slows physical activity
Astute patients look up drug websites and tell their psychiatrist they’re getting a known side-effect of the drug they’re being forced to take.
The illnesses caused by forced psychiatric drugs are all very serious and horrific to live through. I know from experience. Forced drugging needs to be stopped. It is not okay. It is torture and it doesn’t help a person rehabilitate, recover, or be the person they want to be. More genuine therapies should be happening. They are available and they do help. The drugs don’t work. So, why keep them as mandates and policy and procedure? Sick government laws allow psychiatrists to harm people. This should not be happening in 2013. There should only be non-invasive, non-torturous therapies in legislation.
Loop holes of legislation allowing and enforcing torture is all I see here!
Eventually patients stop complaining about the damaging effects of the drugs.
The psychiatrist then says, 'This drug seems to be working for you.'
And the patient says, 'Yes. It seems to be. I'm all better now thanks to you and your drugs.' (ie, can you please now let me off the treatment order you ugly *#%$!)
more 'nonpharmacological interventions' needed 'for noncompliant patients who are willing to undergo intervention but refuse pharmacotherapy.' Be proactive, make the choice of intervention be allowed! It only makes sense to be humane... Don't force drugs!
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