Psychiatry vs Physical Medicine Part II





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Uploaded on Apr 29, 2007

What your Doctor isn't Telling You.
Psychiatry vs. Physical Medicine

Dr. Moria Dolan, Executive Director for the Medical Accountability Network discusses the difference between psychiatry and standard medical model of physical medicine.

In this video she discusses what tests exist to identify and verify mental illness or psychological disorders.

She also discusses antidepressant drugs like like Prozac, Zoloft, Paxil, Luvox, Celexa, Lexapro, Effexor or Wellbutrin.

Although the psychiatric advertising jargon of the chemical imbalance in the brain theory is widely promoted, Dr. Dolan points out that there are no biological markers for mental disorders. There are no physical tests done to measure someone's brain chemistry.

Depression is widely associated with the neurotransmitter serotonin however, there is no standard by which one can measure an abnormal serotonin level.

Additionally, SSRI (Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors) as well as other psychiatric drugs show an affect in the brain during brain scans whereas psychiatric diagnosis don't. Therefore one could conclude that by taking psychotropic drugs, they are in fact creating an artificial chemical imbalance in the brain.

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