What I meant in my previous comment is that in some situations psychiatric drugs can be useful to control acute symptoms, obviously in the short run. Breggin for example says that he sometimes uses benzos when a person cannot sleep. Peter Gotzsche says the same speaking about the risks of using antipsychotics (https://youtu.be/jtqmaFpryQs). On the other hand some people say that psychiatric drugs have saved their lives. I feel that it is essential to give correct information about the risks of using psychiatric drugs, expecially in the long run. Psychiatrists and other doctors should explaing correctly the real property and side effects of medications. Also, they should explain that psychiatric drugs don’t fix any biochemical imbalance, because no biochemical imbalance has been proven as the cause of mental distress. They should also explain that in the long run they produce more harm than benefits. As part of their job, psychiatrists should specialize in assisting people with the process of psychiatric drugs whithdrowal. This way an individual can decide consciously what is best for her-him. Finally, nobody should be forced to take psychiatric drugs.