Making a Killing: The Untold Story of Psychotropic Drugging - Full Documentary
http://startpage.com | copy/paste, and a fresh search will produce excellent results on this documentary.
From my humble lightly autistic experience, all the drugs available in psychiatry are horrendous. After 20 years of taking a variety of them, just so I could drag my nauseous hide from job to job, my gut is now a mess. The side effects made me short and long-term sicker than anything else. But hey, a few manic episodes were avoided. There's gotta be better ways. Oh, yeah, there are.
I look pregnant. That could be partly genetic, partly because I have severely abused alcohol and food at times in my life, and lately good old small-space living has completely taken away my mojo to practice yoga indoors at home. When out and about, some of the looks I get from people in the summer are really something. I see what seem like rude eye questions of incredulity or disgust in their faces: Triplets? At her age? Oh how disgusting? And me, an advocate for my personal abstention from bringing any further child into my gene pool of hell. Remedy? I know: don't care what ignorant people think, it's not good for your mental health, I agree.
My gut is a mess. There are a lot of remedies for that one. Probiotics. Regular yoga practice, (oh, I gotta scratch that one.) Good sleeping habits (gotta scratch that one too.) Avoid GMO food$ and meat raised in torturou$ condition$, and look for live foods. Keep trying. There are a ton of remedies for bad gut out there. (Like the cessation of the destruction of the environment by psychopathic controllers that continue to slowly destroy humanity, oh, that's true, and all of us alive today get to witness this enforced world wide genocide on us poor stupid humans, and we even get to participate in it every time we get in our vehicles and drive to the store to avoid foods tortured with toxic with pesticides, chemicals and GMOs. So much fun, and costs more, too.)
My gut is in fact, now such a mess, that my body gets convulsively ill when I try to take the old antipsychotic to stave off impending doom: springtime slide uphill toward the dreaded insomnia driven mania. Anything but that. Even self-destructive pills, oh no. There are countless remedies to ameliorate bipolar disorder. If you can afford them.
- Acupuncture, massage, any energy work you can get your hands on and wrap your spirit around. I know, these days it's sooooo expensive. But it helps, big time.
- Detoxing Startpage dot com, where are you? Clean air and water. There are all kinds of detox remedies out there. Don't be fooled. Educate yourself on them. Think basic. Think the least amount of processing and chemicals. Think right down to earth.
- Avoid the TV, especially mainstream news, especially in starting your day or while eating. (I pretty much recommend avoiding mainstream television altogether as it is designed to brainwash humans with dissonance, violence, hypersexuality, anxiety and fear)
- Regular sleep habits and a stress-free bedroom sanctuary (a luxury these days for most)
- Avoid GMO food$ and meat raised in torturou$ condition$, and look for live foods. Love and appreciate your food while your at it.
- Mindfulness. Calm your inner critic. Yep, it's a practice, you can train your own mind.
- Wireless poisoning. Avoid it.
- Love. Everything you can, especially in the face of what we are facing. Just to raise the vibrations for blessed Earth.
- Gratitude. Endless, countless infinite gratitude.
- Geoengineering. Hey, how did that get into my little list of remedies? Um, just look up at our beloved skies from time to time. They have been slowly poisoning us since the 70s, because it's good for T-rex type Big Business (medical, big pharma, petro chemical, etc.). It's a war on humanity. Check out http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/
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