Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most commonly diagnosed so-called childhood “disorders” worldwide, more often than not leading to a prescription for psychostimulants to “treat” it. In Europe alone, 3.3 million children and adolescents are so labeled, with the past decade marked by a significant increase both in ADHD diagnoses and the use of psychoactive drugs. These drugs come with serious side effects including addiction, cardiac arrest, stroke, suicidal ideation, violent behavior, hallucinations and even death.
But what about this diagnosis of ADHD that even its founder, psychiatrist Leon Eisenberg, admitted was a fraud. While the number of children diagnosed with ADHD rises exponentially, the diet for many has conversely greatly deteriorated. Bad nutrition has been linked to bad behavior. One study in Holland found that 62% of children diagnosed with ADHD greatly improved within three weeks of a simple change of diet. Meanwhile, such bodies as ZitSit (Sit quiet) in Belgium, a treatment center for ADHD, admits “there is no medical or psychological test in existence which can show whether one has ADHD or not.”read more >>
Japan, the Land of the Rising Sun, is a nation of ancient tradition, spirituality and beauty. But threatening this culture is a psychiatric system that has run unchecked for years. It now has the dubious honor of claiming the world’s highest count of psych beds per capita, with more than 300,000 patients in psych hospitals. Almost half of these were involuntarily committed, and some 2,100 of them die every month.
A “Mental Health Designated Psychiatrist” license is required to commit patients without their informed consent, use restraints and place them into isolation. Yet no system of checks and balances exists, leaving psychiatrists unrestrained to commit, drug, seclude and restrain patients, while charging extra fees for “professional” services.read more >>
After touring the Psychiatry: An Industry of Death traveling exhibit, people around the world are enlightened and galvanized to address abuses in the field of mental health. Here is what just some had to say:
From Taipei, Taiwan:
“I see a completely different viewpoint from what I have learned about psychiatry and psychology.” Medical Student
“Thank you so much, because it is generally impossible to know the truth of how the psychiatric hospitals and psychiatry treat their patients. I thought in general that psychiatrists ask patients before giving the drugs, but I didn’t know of the serious outcomes there. So this exhibition brings us to another level of understanding.” Studentread more >>
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