Involuntary (or Voluntary) Neuroleptic (Antipsychotic) Psychiatric Drugs – (Permanent) Brain Damage


For years, many studies have indicated that long-term high-dosage neuroleptic (also known as antipsychotic) psychiatric drugging may induce structural brain damage. This damage can include actual shrinkage of areas of the brain associated with higher-level functions, what makes us human.  Read more…

Medical study source: The Influence of Chronic Exposure to Antipsychotic Medications on Brain Size before and after Tissue Fixation: A Comparison of Haloperidol and Olanzapine in Macaque Monkeys, by Dorph-Petersen KA, Pierri JN, et al. from University of Pittsburgh.- Neuropsychopharmacology 9 March 2005

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