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Antidepressant Drugs Scientific Resources

Antidepressant Drugs Resource Center 

This page makes available some key scientific publications on antidepressant drugs.  

 

(1) Antidepressants Cause or Worsen Mania and Psychosis

 

(2) Antidepressant-induced Suicide

 

(3) Adverse Behavioral Effects of Antidepressants on Children and Youth

 

(4) Antidepressants Full Prescribing Information (the Label) with Assorted Dates

 

(5) Selection of Dr. Breggin’s Antidepressant-Related Articles

 

(6) Antidepressant Ineffectiveness

 

(7) Antidepressant Damage to Brain and Body of Fetus, Infant and Adult Animals and Humans

A. Animals:  Damage to Fetus and Young Animals

B. Humans:  Damage to Fetus and Infants

C. Damage to Brain in Adult Animals and Humans

  • Andrews 2012, A scientific survey with good bibliography of harms to brain and body caused by SSRIs in animal and human studies.

 

(8) Discontinuation or Withdrawal Syndrome

 

(9) Violence caused by antidepressants

 

(10) Antidepressant-Induced Apathy in Children and Adults

 

(11) Persistent Sexual Dysfunction

 

(12) Miscellaneous FDA Documents

 

Antidepressant Drugs Resource Center 

 


 WARNING:
Psychiatric drugs are not only dangerous to take, they are also dangerous to withdraw from. Withdrawal from psychiatric drugs, including antipsychotic drugs, should be done cautiously with professional supervision.
Please see my book, Peter R. Breggin, MD, Psychiatric Drug Withdrawal: A Guide for Prescribers, Therapists, Patients and their Families.

 

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