Dr. Berg interviews a guest, Dr. Linda Lagemann a Clinical Psychologist for 25 years and an associate professor in a top medical school. As of January 6th, this interview has been scrubbed from the internet.
I had my eyes open, I think it just took one too many times of having somebody come in to see me like a regular person on psychiatric drugs and not doing well, in fact doing worse and worse. And the people I saw by the way, these were not people whose hearing voices like severe. These are regular people actually high professionals top of their game, financial industry and it was just one too many times of somebody saying how they are feeling disconnected, the relationship is not starting to suffer that didn’t have the problems before because they just felt emotionally disconnected. ~Dr. Linda Lagemann
All psychiatric drugs target and damage the brain. You don’t need bombs to destroy a country. 79 million Americans are on psychiatric drugs — that’s 1 in 4 people. Over 1 million are under the age of 6. Brain damage. America, get out of this trap! https://t.co/DxUDpOwoI2
— Linda Lagemann (@DrLagemann) May 31, 2018
Psychiatric drugs are more dangerous than you have ever imagined. If you haven’t been prescribed one yet, you are among the lucky few. If you or a loved one are taking psychiatric drugs, there is hope; but you need to understand the dangers and how to minimize the risk.
Study Finds That Big Pharma Completely Lied About Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRI) For Depression
Researchers looked at documents from 70 different double-blind, placebo-controlled trials of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRI) and serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRI) and found that the full extent of serious harm in clinical study reports went unreported. These are the reports sent to major health authorities like the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.