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Finally The Nhs Get A Knock Back From The National Press

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Posted 13 October 2019 - 02:59 PM

Credit to our lovely Polly for finding this in today's press;




REALLY worth a read. Tells you a lot about how little the NHS, GP's and so-called professionals know about anti depressants. Not sure how much of an impact this is going to have, but I am hoping that it will be the start of a chain of events that will get people to sit up and realise the harm that these drugs are doing.


Few quick facts from the article;



 Almost 1 million UK patients have been on antidepressants for 3+ years


 1 in 7 people in the UK have picked up a prescription for an anti depressant in the last year (excluding minors)


 According to NICE/NHS findings and guidelines, withdrawal is "mild, self-limiting and last a little over a week"


 GPs in the UK admit to re-prescribing antidepressants as a result of withdrawal believing it to be a return of symptoms



This is ridiculous my friends and SERIOUS. 


God help us... 

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