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The Shooting Drugs: Prozac and Its Generation Exposed on the Internet Donna Smart

The Shooting Drugs: Prozac and Its Generation Exposed on the Internet

Donna Smart

Published September 15th 2000
ISBN : 9780967307633
Broché
373 pages
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 About the Book 

This book was written by a Prozac survivor. While taking Prozac for PMS, she thought she was doing great, and defended it wholeheartedly -- until her world came tumbling down around her. After months of vivid, terrifying hallucinations, breaking upMore This book was written by a Prozac survivor. While taking Prozac for PMS, she thought she was doing great, and defended it wholeheartedly -- until her world came tumbling down around her. After months of vivid, terrifying hallucinations, breaking up her idyllic marriage, and ruining a long-term, successful career -- she came face to face with the reality that Prozac had been the culprit all along. It destroyed everything of importance in her life. She searched for help and talked to many doctors, but discovered they were just puppets for the drug companies. They were all chanting the same chant that the drug companies profiting most from these drugs wanted them to say: Prozac is a safe drug -- so safe it should be added to the public water supply! This attitude kept the author, like so many other SSRI victims, from receiving knowledgeable help about the serious side effects of SSRI drugs.After months of excruciating withdrawal symptoms, she realized this drug was engineered to make its victims defend it to the end, even as it destroys their lives and sanity. Like cocaine, heroin, LSD, and amphetamines, SSRI drugs give a false sense of euphoric delusion -- so if you want to know the truth about all these drugs, you obviously dont rely on the opinions of people currently under their influence. Theyll say theyre doing Great, because the drug makes them feel and think they are doing great, even if their life is being destroyed. SSRI drugs take away ones ability to judge right from wrong, or good from bad, and leave one blinded by a false sense of self.When the author finally managed to quit Prozac and return to her normal self, she realized she was not alone. Her experience on Prozac was not at all unique -- as her book clearly shows. Though she lost much, she was lucky to still be alive. Many others listed in her book were not so lucky. For example: * Rock singer Del Shannon - suicide - Prozac. * Saturday Night Live star - Phil Hartman - shot and murdered by wife while on Zoloft, who then killed herself. * Abbie Hoffman - civil rights leader - suicide - Prozac. * Rock star- lead singer for INXS - Michael Hutchence - hung himself while on Prozac. * 50,000 more nameless people likely committed suicide on Prozac, who would not have, had they not taken it. (A brain specialist listed in the book gave this estimate from his own studies and the drug manufacturers internal documents).In addition, the author points out how the rash of school shootings (Columbine, Oregon, Arkansas, Georgia, etc.) clearly correlates to one of the young gunmen being on Prozac, or one of its newer clones now on the market: Zoloft Paxil Luvox Celexa Serzone Wellbutrin.One chapter in the book lists many workplace massacres that are similar to the most recent one by Michael McDermott in Wakefield, Ma. McDermott was on Prozac and shot down and murdered seven coworkers at Edgewater Technologies.Also listed in the book are 200+ accounts of everyday people, who became alarmed by such side effects as: * Violent tendencies, including thoughts of murder, * Akasthisia, * Suicidal thoughts and attempts, * Substantial weight gain, * Sexual Dysfunction - unable to feel love for others - cold, self absorbed, * Electric shock sensations in the brain, * Teeth grinding, * An overwhelming desire to drink alcohol, even after long periods of abstinence- even non-drinkers suddenly developing excessive alcohol craving after taking SSRIs, * Terrible withdrawal symptoms, lasting days to months, which frightened them into staying on the drug (i.e. they are addicted).These case examples were all taken from Internet forums and chat sessions. They are an excellent indicator of what the real people taking these drugs are experiencing. They recite the cold facts -- simple and clear -- and leave no one in doubt as to their sincerity and truthfulness.Personal claims about how well a few individuals have fared on SSRI drugs (made by Prozac defenders) cannot stand up to the hundreds of true cases listed in this book -- nor can they gloss over the fact that Prozac alone has more reported side effects than any other drug in the history of medicine. It is wrong for SSRI defenders to insist that just because they are experiencing no bad side effects on one of these drugs, they are safe for people. This is a negligent attitude that robs people of the right to know the facts laid out in this book -- by real life end users and survivors of SSRI generation drugs like Prozac.Everyone should read this book -- from top government officials, parents, teachers, PTA members, school board officials, business owners and managers -- to the everyday person on the street. Everyone needs to learn the danger signs of these drugs, to help stop the growing toll of needless murders in offices, schools, and homes across the country. You never know -- THE LIFE YOU SAVE COULD BE YOUR OWN! -- or the life of somebody you love.No medical book will give you such clear and truthful insight into what happens to the minds of people taking these drugs. No one can read this book and still turn a blind eye or deaf ear to the shocking reality it provides. This book gives you the truth you will never get from most doctors, or drug companies whose biggest concern is profit dollars. As this book warns There are many types of drug pushers today -- dont be fooled by the so-called legitimate ones who work in big offices, carry briefcases, and wear fancy suits. Never trust your life to any drug, without researching it fully.The authors and the publishers only goal in getting this book out to the public at large is to stop more innocent lives from being destroyed by one of these drugs in the future.