Jeffrey Wilson Author
The Antidepressant Crisis and How to Avoid Unnecessary Behavioral Drugs
Nearly 20 million Americans take antidepressants and use is increasing by 10 percent a year.
Author Jeffrey Wilson draws upon his personal 23 year experience taking psychiatric drugs and his knowledge of the pharmaceutical industry to expose a medical model of treatment that is dangerous and out of control. Irrational Medicine show how doctors ignored various causes for his depression and prescribed drug after drug to "cure" him. Eventually the side effects of the drugs caused him to be diagnosed with ADD and Bipolar Disorder. He then discover the truth about the psychiatric drugs and found a way to get out of his pharmaceutical coma through alternative healing methods.
Irrational Medicine puts the spotlight on a drug crisis that is still in the making, control and consumption of mood-regulating drugs, such as Prozac and others antidepressants and a much wider problem is the human dependence on corporate professional power. This is a unique and penetrating look into the true effectiveness of psychiatric drugs.
Jeffrey Wilson is a story teller with a voice that doesn't get out of your head. It will make you cry and keep you turning the pages.
This book provides a road map to emotional healing and delivers the message that depression is not a disease like the drug companies want us to believe. We are not helpless and we can live normal and happy lives without drugs.