Psychiatric Drugs—Just the Facts
The following links provide the documented risks of antidepressants, ADHD drugs, antipsychotics and anti-anxiety drugs, including drug regulatory warnings, studies, and adverse reaction reports filed with the U.S. FDA from 2004-2011. The risks of these drugs are provided so the public can make informed, educated decisions.
The following are summaries of the warnings, studies and documented side effects of the four main classes of psychiatric drugs: Antidepressants, Antipsycotics, Anti-Anxiety drugs and ADHD drugs.
The following are CCHR Special Reports:
Report on Antidepressants Causing Birth Defects: There have been 15 drug regulatory warnings and 18 studies in eight countries on antidepressant induced birth defects, including pulmonary hypertension, heart defects, spontaneous abortion, tremors, heart and lung malfunctions, pre-term births, difficulties with breathing, turning blue, seizures.
Report on Psychiatric Drugs Causing Violence: There is overwhelming evidence that psychiatric drugs cause violence: 22 International drug regulatory warnings cite violence, mania, hostility, aggression, psychosis and even homicidal ideation as side effects. School shootings and/or school-related acts of violence committed by individuals under the influence of such drugs have resulted in 162 wounded and 72 killed.
Search the Psychiatric Drug Side Effects Search Engine—By psychiatrists own admission, psychiatric drugs do not cure anyone. They simply mask symptoms while concurrently introducing extremely well documented side effects such as diabetes, heart attack, stroke, sudden death, birth defects, mania, psychosis, suicidal and homicidal ideation. Search CCHR’s Psychiatric Drug Side Effects Search Engine to easily find all adverse reaction reports filed with the US FDA between 2004-2011 by doctors, pharmacists, health care providers and consumers as well as all studies and warnings pertaining to that drug in the fields below the graphs.
Despite a tremendous amount of information available about psychiatric drugs and their adverse effects, the data has not been easily accessible or understandable to the general public. It is for this reason that CCHR is providing you with information that is not easily available, but is documented. So you can find the risks for yourself, your friends and family.
Download CCHR’s Report The Side Effects of Common Psychiatric Drugs here >
Please Note: No one should attempt to get off of psychiatric drugs without a doctor’s supervision. To assist with finding medical practitioners in your area, click here
PDF Reports on Psychiatric Drugs: