“The ‘Extreme’ Side-Effects of Antidepressants”


“I was getting seizure-like symptoms, where my muscles were jolting around of their own accord,” Claire Hanley tells the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire programme, explaining the effects she says antidepressants had on her body. “Within two weeks I’d tried to take my own life twice,” she says.

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  1. These drugs are the devil’s very tic tacs. They work no better than placebo. They have horrendous effects and even cause the very things that they’re supposed to treat.

    And yet people are taking them by the handfuls. They are given out by GP’s and psychiatrists as if they’re candy. When is this madness going to stop?