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♥ Help Support This Channel @ http://www.patreon.com/psychetruth 130+ Exclusive Videos @ http://www.psychetruthpatrons.com ↓ Follow Me! Social Media Links Below ↓ Do Antidepressants Cure Depression? Are Psych Drugs Safe? Psychiatrist Colin Ross & Corrina Psychetruth Psychetruth Correspondent Corrina Rachel interviews psychiatrist Dr. Colin Ross about Psychiatry and if antidepressants work to cure depression. What are the facts we should know before taking psychiatric drugs? How do they work? Are they safe? Visit Dr. Ross' website at; http://www.rossinst.com/ " The Great Psychiatry Scam: One Shrink's Personal Journey" by Dr. Colin Ross Book http://www.amazon.com/The-Great-Psychiatry-Scam-Personal/dp/0970452527 Other Videos in this Series: CIA Mind Control Secrets MK Ultra Brainwashing Interview - Dr. Colin Ross & Corrina Rachel http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNCxsw7qWlg What is Brainwashing? Mind Control by Force? Is Total Recall Real? MK Ultra, Colin Ross Interview http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o4sO-ML92ZY Follow our Social Media https://www.instagram.com/psychetruth http://www.facebook.com/psychetruthvideos http://www.pinterest.com/psychetruth http://www.twitter.com/psychetruth http://www.youtube.com/psychetruth http://www.psychetruth.net Related Videos: MK-Ultra, CIA Mind Control & Brain Washing to Make Assassins http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOARWX3OjFc MkUltra Mind Control Report Documentary Real Conspiracy, Not Theory http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1E2rhjliJQ Mind Control Overview, Hypnosis, CIA MKUltra, Psychiatry, Conspiracy Theory, Psychology http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CqTCCYbBY4U Mind Control, Biological Psychology & Psychiatry Limitation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBYvY4gHlOk Music by Jimmy Gelhaar http://www.jimmyg.us © Copyright 2012 Target Public Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Do Antidepressants Cure Depression Are Psych Drugs Safe Dr. Colin Ross Corrina Psychetruth "Colin Ross" "anti depressants" Prozac Zoloft Paxil Lexapro Selexa "psychiatric drugs" Mental Health "Mental Health" Disorders psychiatry "mental illness" brain "mental disorder" "chemical imbalance" "brain disease" #Psychetruth #WellnessPlus
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Henry Haupt (3 месяца назад)
His eyes at 8:27 when she crosses her legs 😂. The "scientific" evidence is skewed from the simple fact that antidepressants are WAY overprescribed which would throw off the data on placebo effects. I have personally experienced depression and I have done countless things to overcome holistically and naturally without a positive outcome. I have experienced the opposite of placebo effects due to countless failures after trying different pharmaceutical approaches and I believe that others that have experienced the same process I went through and have had success with an antidepressant are living proof that certain drugs do work for certain people.
pessimystica (4 месяца назад)
I have PTSD, ADD, anxiety, & depression because of 2 very traumatic accidents. I don't take ANY anti-depressants anymore. I have off & on in the past (i still have an unfinished bottle of Zoloft), & i have some anti anxiety meds on hand for emergencies. But otherwise, i have altered my diet over time, never smoked, don't watch mind numbing TV, & i do yoga regularly. I used to get triggered in crowds & traffic, but not anymore! This has all made a huge difference & I've been med free for about 4 years. I think meds can be helpful in small doses, but natural alternatives are MUCH better in the long run compared to putting more pills into your system.
gymtip1 (5 месяцев назад)
i dont trust this doctor about deption .with drugs midecation .
Lisette Bordeleau (7 месяцев назад)
You are so right! On a long term these meds could KILL you.
ohh (8 месяцев назад)
They are not safe..I have Tardive now with no cure that I can take😭😭
Graham A Howes (9 месяцев назад)
Great video well done but please stop saying "SO" at the beginning of SO many sentences. Important topic well covered
Jamie Wilson (9 месяцев назад)
Does every woman on this channel have to wear a low cut top and short skirt. I'm not complaining but it should be more about the information and facts
a d (11 месяцев назад)
Neural correlates of consciousness
frank mancuso (1 год назад)
She is stakked!!
Jcarden (1 год назад)
Medical commercials should be boycotted
StratXIII (1 год назад)
Her nylon feet are HOT xoxo
Mitchell (1 год назад)
to be taken seriously? change your clothes
lukasz skiba (1 год назад)
L tryptophan is the cure for depression
Saiyan Vibes (1 год назад)
you guys are hopeless
Ryan Brennan (1 год назад)
Those legs 😍 head in between them anxiety gone
robert smith (1 год назад)
her legs are far too distracting. excuse me i just need to to to oh too late , my key board is all covered . i got all cumqwerty.
Armen (1 год назад)
This guy is full of sh*T. SSRI's work for some and dont work for others. But you have to try or you will never know.
Jack Cox (1 год назад)
Good exercise, good diet, good social relationships, good..😂yeah because people haven't tried all that before turning to AD's.
piricsi remus (1 год назад)
like like
Red Lavish (1 год назад)
Whoever thinks anti depressants work are an absolute joke of a human. They don't treat the CAUSE. Get educated
Red Lavish (1 год назад)
If your depressed get genetic testing done, look into candida, look into your thyroid, look into pyroluriA, etc. You are both with genetic mutations I.e mtra66g gene mutation reduces b12, b12 is required for neurotransmitter production therefore causing depression. Antidepressants increase serotonin dopamine artificially not naturally end of.
AR GOOSE (1 год назад)
Nice Legs
Dzevad Papa (1 год назад)
I'm researching treating depression at home and discovered an awesome website at Sebs shy remedy (check it out on google)
Deniz Ata (1 год назад)
Excellent and very competent guy.
its jason (1 год назад)
people can become depressed because of a lack of nutrients from a poor diet or going to bed too late and not getting enough sleep and not taking naps during the day, then they go on these medications and fill up the wallets of huge corporate companies who give political donations. plus these drugs are damaging your synapsis. people with trauma should not take these drugs at high doses or for very long.
Phil B (1 год назад)
The interviewer is hot :)
Ronald Tanner (1 год назад)
Corrina is giving me a chemical (im?)balance in my pants.Should I see a shrink?
Daniel Witham (1 год назад)
So, one of my many questions is what do we do to change this culture of untruths that are imbedded daily by advertisement media and reinforced by the professional medical community?  Your topic on this public site is a start but, can we begin with the way we train young doctors in medical school?  How do we fix the way we train professionals in psych pharmaceutical cultures existing today?
pongo (2 года назад)
I'd take the side effects of anti depressant medication over the hell of clinical depression any day. If you don't agree maybe you should reflect on whether you really are depressed.
Dark kill 1122 (2 года назад)
My mum takes citalopram
Pete Puffin (2 года назад)
mmmm them legs doe
Svetlyachok (1 год назад)
Diego Lara like Sharon Stone in 9 1/2)))
Diego Lara (1 год назад)
Did you see when she switched legs? dangggg
Malek Ubuntu (2 года назад)
Chris Watson amen!
Intel Feed live (2 года назад)
Pete Puffin can I get a amen ! Lol
Jennifer Reese (2 года назад)
Maybe it's not the healthiest way to cope with depression in your eyes but it works for me and I don't know where I would be or if I would even be here if I didn't take Zoloft. It increases my serotonin levels and makes me happy so yes tf it does work.
Alfred Ynda (1 год назад)
Jennifer Reese how are you today?
Jennifer Reese (2 года назад)
No you're fine! :) Depression is a really difficult thing and yes it is different for everyone. I have been on prozac for a couple years and now I am on zoloft. Both are similar antidepressants but prozac for me made me too drowsy so I switched. Sadly it doesn't work right away and it can takes months to find the perfect dose. But I can say that it is totally worth it. I have no idea where I would be without this medication and I think it would be great to see a therapist. Everyone deserves to be happy in life and I wish you the best <3
Sabrina Mendez (2 года назад)
Jennifer Reese hey I'm sorry to prey but I was wondering what was your life before. I feel like I've been suffering from depression for a few years and my life has suffered because of it. I know everyone's different but did you feel the change immediately or was it a couple tries before you found that Zoloft was the best choice for you? I know I should just go to a therapist but I suppose I just want to hear it from someone else before.
Belal Mo (2 года назад)
Your legs power made the doctor have a problem with talking.
Intel Feed live (2 года назад)
She has nice legs
Destined4Greatness (2 года назад)
Thanks for this video! I needed to watch this today due to my current mental health. I have been considering taking Prozac, actually making an appointment with my physician. However, now I am kind of persuaded to try other options because I don't want to exacerbate what I'm already feeling, to me it's not really worth the risk of taking a pill and then the pill creating more issues within my psyche. I know I do need some help but I don't think the pill is where it's going to be at...yet I do...my mind is conflicted right now.
Words are not real (2 года назад)
The most powerful healing methods is silence/meditation (stop going from distraction to distraction, sit with the trauma, go into it and cry it it out), psychedelics under guidance, and MDMA therapy.
Words are not real (2 года назад)
No, feeling down for a day or 2 can be a side effect, not getting an actual depression. But definitely not everyone has it. And usually people are aware of it and still find it worth using. Regardless, the results of the studies are simply very impressive http://www.maps.org/research/mdma Same goes for meditation https://scholar.google.nl/scholar?q=meditation+depression+study&hl=en&as_sdt=0&as_vis=1&oi=scholart&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjO36jdl6rPAhXIOxQKHVthBjIQgQMIHzAA
Camsta T (2 года назад)
I've heard about mdma therapy, but I'm very confused because I thought a common side effect of it was depression?
pongo (2 года назад)
Anti depressants do work. There is really no doubt about this. By persuading people to not take them you are putting their lives at risk.
meow meow (9 месяцев назад)
no they don't. look into the studies. it is pretty clear actually
Colours of the Rainbow (9 месяцев назад)
The placebo effect works it is not the same as a person not receiving treatment at all. It is good to be open about alternative treatments as well as they are not as well advertised because drug companies don't have a vested interest but can be just as effective. I think the whole idea of the videos are about educating people about therapies so they have a better picture rather than being inculcated in the view that psych meds are the only option.
Afura33 (1 год назад)
@Heather Sailes Did you stop completely the paxil? How long have you been on it?
Heather Sailes (1 год назад)
pongo I agree with you. While things like exercise, diet, and psychotherapy can be beneficial for people who are suffering from depression, my depression when my mom was dying caused me to literally have a partial break with reality to the point I was convinced people could not only read my thoughts but that they were conversing about me on social media, at work, and so forth. I finally realized something wasn't right with me internally, and I checked myself into the psych ward at my local hospital. They adjusted my Paxil which I was taking for anxiety and put me on abilify which helped stop the delusions. Thankfully, I didn't experience the side affects so many people do who've been on abilify. Also, I can't imagine where I'd be now if I hadn't possessed the wherewithal to seek help all those years ago.
RaptureMeSoon (2 года назад)
I was put on Cymbalta for pain and I only took it for 4 weeks and that short time was a complete nightmare for my wife and myself. I will never take anything like this again. It is horrible. DO NOT take these drugs.
joe Jordan (2 года назад)
Psychiatrists are no better than the drug dealer on the street corner! Pseudo-scientists
69birdboy (2 года назад)
fabulous body Corrina..and hair too!..i guess i'm not that depressed!
69birdboy (2 года назад)
Why are some people resistant to trauma and some people not?
Celebitto (2 года назад)
Well there are many possibilities one of which would be that they have experienced a situation to desensitize them to certain things.
ariana smith (2 года назад)
some people are just too sensetive, it's just the way we are
Synday Koffe (2 года назад)
Thanks for the video
Jason Anderson (2 года назад)
I recommend reading the book, A Traumatic History. It covers the authors severe reaction to an antidepressant. Pretty eye opening.
Chris Jones (2 года назад)
Antidepressants would cure depression if it's pathology was absolute and if the brain didn't have mechanisms that basically go "hey, where have all these monoamines been coming from? better gradually shut off a few of these valves". I'm guessing people that go into long-term remission get the right "push-start" they need to get going and keep going.
Michael De Santa (2 года назад)
All these tablets do for me at the moment is completely knock me out cold lol. I'm literally falling asleep all the time. Only been taking them for 5 days.
Anthony T (2 года назад)
Does anyone know if there is a safe antidepressant?
Ana (1 год назад)
Exercise and healthy eating and sleeping habits. The safest there are.
Grace Gibson (2 года назад)
+Anthony Tofiles I've been taking lexapro for almost two years and it's really helped me with little side effects
Chris Jones (2 года назад)
+Anthony Tofiles Most of them are reasonably safe; Moclobemide is more tolerable than most but doctors don't like it since it's lumped in with the older "MAOI" group of medications which are notorious for interactions with the tyramine in red wine and aged cheeses. It's somewhat of an oddity since it largely lacks the tyramine interaction at lower doses. Further, it oddly lacks the side effects that the rest of the MAOIs carry but the trade-off is that it's a 50/50 as to whether it works well. Apart from that I'd say Buspirone; even less side effects but less chance of working. Most of the S/SNRIs, tri/tetracyclics and MAOIs tend to either be anywhere from tolerable and effective to side effect nightmare and ineffective... and it varies from person to person.
Scott L (2 года назад)
Asim Tahir (2 года назад)
Is there separate drug for anxiety disorder ? instead of taking SSRI prozac
joe schmo (2 года назад)
Here's the thing that interests me about the "It's all marketing" phenomenon. When this is pointed out to people, they will claim that they are well aware of this, and that what drug companies do is "fair game" in a free market and economy. (It is this defense of a fundamentally deceptive and fraudulent system that really staggers me). Doctors will do the same, and claim they are not influenced by the marketing of pharmaceutical companies because they "are doctors." Apparently we live in a society of monumental self-delusion that helps protect and perpetuate the status quo for big industries. At the same time, this mental attitude will often criticize individuals who write a book as being someone "who just wants to make a profit." (rather than actually trying to help people). The world is topsy turvy.
Sarge (2 года назад)
+joe schmo Self delusion is right. It's an incredible success story. Propaganda, social engineering, profit winning out over common sense and sanity. Orwell would not be able to stop throwing up if he were alive.
Sylvia Polak (2 года назад)
Dr.Ross I am a biologist and have bipolar. My problem is body pain over-sensitivity. What I am to do I suffer so much pain, I take untibipolar meds but pain never goes away.
stardelic (2 года назад)
Fluoxetine saved me from my depression and I only experienced side effects during the first 2-3 weeks. I'm completely healthy now and I'm very glad that anti-depressants exist. P.S. I've never watched an anti-depressant commercial, I don't watch TV nor do I live in the U.S. I'm also a medical student.
Gayel Spence (2 года назад)
Dr put me on it to gain weight..Not started yet ...What do you think
Sylvia Polak (2 года назад)
They dont no test, just speculation trial and error but basic mechaniyms are identzfied, shizophrenia is too much dopamine in the brain, so hallucinations, basic depression not enough serotonin, level must be raised by serotonin uptakes like prozac fluoxetine. The biggest problem is bipolar with big mood swings from depression and mania since it is very difficult to even out the fluctuations. It is done by unticonvulsant meds like for parkinson, than mood stabilizers and sometimes little antidepressant. Those therapies are proven and meads better be taken like insulin all life. Other wise the patient goes back relapses and ends up in a hospital with the symptoms flare ups. I am a biologist and have episodes of depression with pain fibromyalgia. I tried to repair my brain function by heavy supplementation but it never works 100 percent, since supplementation is done all the time. With the brain depressive problems there is a genetic inheritance factor having to do with calcium ions transfer through the cells membranes.I suggest for everyone out there not to ignore this and visit the medical doctor.
Sylvia Polak (2 года назад)
+Stella Deli Good for you, I took Prozac and ended up maniac and hyperactive, no good.,
joe Jordan (2 года назад)
Psychiatrist are no better then the drug dealer on the street corner. The only difference is they wear a long white coat and have a licence so they can say they are Doctors.
Julie Witt (8 месяцев назад)
"Doctors" & drug pushers.
joe Jordan (2 года назад)
So what you are saying than depression is not a true chemical imbalance?
charlie orosz (9 месяцев назад)
Chem imbalance? The body needs a hormone that the body uses.That substance is called serotonin,and the normal range is 101 to 283 nanogram! The meds they proscribed are 80 milligram,or more,and it is not a true serotonin,but lab created by money junkies. I have been using rosemary and tyme to reduce my depression.
joe Jordan (2 года назад)
Psychiatry should be outlawed!
Middle Aged White Male (2 года назад)
correct. the theory was long ago disproven.
U Luangs (2 года назад)
The most effective current available antidepressants are the MAOI's - Nardil and Parnate. They work extremely well over long periods of time. They are not dangerous, contrary to popular opinion (but no one wants to put any money into them thanks to the SSRI cash cows) And the SSRI's ARE weak medications. There is no conclusive evidence that a person with a bona-fide mental illness will do better with any kind of therapy. In fact it can often make their symptoms worse.
Peter Nixon (2 года назад)
Many videos claiming that medication is no better than placebo when on trial....this is quite a killer statement for anyone who is praying an anti depressent will work. It is somewhat misleading as well, as most people wont respond to the first second or even third drug they try. How would a placebo compare against a trial in which a number of drugs were tried in succession over a longer period? I think then you might find that drugs have a significant efficacy
Kathryn94 (1 год назад)
Peters right actually. If people can try meds with zero effect, not even placebo, than why does say their 3rd or 4th ad work.. It's not as simple as the dude in the video makes it sound
Middle Aged White Male (2 года назад)
every theory in regards to this has been tested. its time to accept the facts.
Middle Aged White Male (2 года назад)
the science is overwhelming. regardless of how people react to this news, it doesn't change the facts. a placebo is just as effective. well proven.
Fernando Dornelles (2 года назад)
even if it was a chemical imbalance how would your doctor know that you suffer from it? you pretty much just talk 10 minutes with your doctor and you get a prescription, this is bullshit
Rob Macfarlane (1 год назад)
B-cakes-----You don't take anti-depressants like you take an aspirin for a headache. Anti-depressants take a week or ten days to "soak" in and get into your system and start working. You need to read information about different kinds of anti-depressants and how they work. Some are completely different than others. Your doctor should have you start by gradually building up your dosage. And when you stop taking the medicine, you gradually taper off of them. Read everything you can. Don't expect the doctor to teach you. They don't have the time. Be responsible for your own health.
Sarge (2 года назад)
+Fernando Dornelles Exactly. Modern mainstream medicine is obsessively dependent on lab tests and other data-driven measures, but in the case of psych drugs (some of the most widely Rx'd drugs in the world), they are totally comfortable selling the chemical imbalance story with no supporting evidence or objective testing.
got milk (2 года назад)
I agree,I've been struggling with depression my whole life and only take antidepressants when im extremely down,my advice would be take it when you really need it and if you feel better stop taking a week later,never take it longer than 3 months,the withdrawals are sick,also doctors would just give anyone antidepressants,when people have death in the family they are quick to think they are depressed which is wrong,death is life you would have to be treated whenever there's a death in family and when dog dies,true depression to me is when you feel like death is in the family everyday and you can't shake that feeling,I've learned to deal with depression a lot better being older and I also realized half the time antidepressants are a placebo to me,it can make me feel how I want it too but sometimes I won't expect it to work then it do,live,love and be happy!
RennyRe (3 года назад)
The man is quoting the studies wrong ! According to Kirsch's meta analysis from 2008 which is very critical, antidepressants don't work better than the placebo for mild or medium depression. For severe depression however antidepressants work almost 30% better than the placebo ! That's from a meta analysis done by a psychologist who is not in the least interested in selling drugs ! Drugs shouldn't just be prescribed to just anybody who feels a little sad, but the scientific data actually dictates that people with severe depression need that kind of medication. Saying that antidepressants don't work at all is just wrong. Of course a person with depression should also have psychotherapy and exercise, but at some point people DO need medication. If you really want to help people you should do your homework !
RennyRe (2 года назад)
I agree with you on the problems with treating depression however I have two issues with your comments. 1. An active placebo itself has an effect on the human body and if you want to create similar side effects you have to be very careful not to induce an actual therapeutic effect that is similar to the drug you want to test, meaning that until this day nobody is certain whether an active placebo doesn't have an actual antidepressant effect itself. I think it is unlikely but we don't know for sure, so maybe we could be judging antidepressant to harshly. 2. Depression is not the only form of mental illness. Many Conditions such as schizophrenia respond very well to medication - in fact newer generations of antipsychotic drugs have relatively mild side effects and are often the only way to stop the symptoms. People need to be careful not to make generalizations about psychopharmacology because this could lead patients to stop taking drugs they actually really need. Many people tend to overlook that psychiatry has a wide variety of patients ranging from substance abuse to dementia and many other diseases. Whether you want to call them illnesses is up to you, but at the end of the day patients still need help and psychiatrists are often the only ones who spend their lives trying to help them, while being accused of fraud - often by people with their own hidden agenda like for example Colin Ross who wants to sell his books...
Middle Aged White Male (2 года назад)
+RennyRe even moncrieff herself says these differences are too small to be clinically meaningful though. i hear what you're saying about choosing the best treatment, but if you aren't able to determine that any meaningful difference exists between a certain treatment and placebo, your next course of inquiry needs to be what mechanism is causing people in the placebo group to respond so favourably. Yet to even broach that idea in most places is taken as an affront to the very efficacy of something that may have or have-believed to been extremely effective. When in reality, the efficacy of one thing doesn't negate the efficacy of another. If we can determine that a placebo actually can produce the results we desire, then we realize we can transfer that power into any other item, like broccoli, or water. All we have to do is tell ourselves to believe a certain action or item can become effective treatment. I think my ultimate point here is not to discredit any form of treatment, but to discover the feasibility of what could be the most remarkable treatment discovery in the history of 'mental illness' itself. I think further discoveries are coming in terms of how we reframe these problems of thoughts, emotions, actions and biological responses away from a disease model, away from the medical and pharmaceutical industries. None of these beliefs in the potential for new treatments and approaches should be taken as an suggestion to anyone that they cease current treatment and abandon clinical support systems. Nor does saying that the placebo effect exists mean that one should quit their meds and do nothing.
RennyRe (2 года назад)
As shown in these studies - I assume we read similar ones, for example Moncrief 2004 - even if compared to an active placebo antidepressant drugs still have a slightly bigger effect. Granted, the effect is small but it still exists. As a medical professional your ethics dictate that you use the most effective treatment - that justifies the use of antidepressant drugs in severe cases of depression ! I also fully agree that the widespread use of antidepressants for people with minor depression is absolute bullshit. However - as a soon to be doctor - it also troubles me deeply to see how much distrust and prejudice there is towards psychiatrists and Colin Ross is one of the biggest instigators of that along with certain cults I'm not allowed to mention here if I don't want my comments to be deleted. Like in pretty much EVERY other medical discipline there are therapeutic measures without really hard statistical evidence. That doesn't make it justifiable to condemn the majority of practitioners. Psychiatry helps a lot of people: I live in Germany and because of good prevention programs and community psychiatry the suicide rate could be reduced by more than 40% since the 1980s - in spite of a strong increase in the number of patients with depression. I really wish people could stop pissing all over achievements like that...
Middle Aged White Male (2 года назад)
+RennyRe Placebos are as effective 82% of the time, and if you use an active placebos that difference almost vanishes. the studies that show antidepressants working better dont take that into account. as soon as those people start to feel the side effects that they expect from an antidepressant, the placebo becomes more effective, to the level of the antidepressants. this doctor is not the only in talking about this. so even if he is sued for malpractice (which means nothing, anyone can get sued), there are other credible scientists who will tell you the same thing.
RennyRe (2 года назад)
That paper basically states that the placebo effect in general is decreased in patients with severe depression. Which means that the additional effect we see here is the actual effect of the drug and not a placebo effect. That shows two things: 1. As I said antidepressants are superior to a placebo; 2. There is an actual positive effect of antidepressants - which is a finding that is contrary to the point that people around here are trying to make !  I wish to compliment you on your rational approach to the subject and I'm not trying to insult you in any way. I know that the effect of antidepressant drugs is far from satisfying but when facing a potentially life threatening disease it is rational to do everything that could be effective. The effect of antidepressants may be small but it is still statistically significant, depending on the severity of depression.
desirae fisette (3 года назад)
I haven't had any side effects yet I been taken prozac for about 3months
Johanon Zimmerman (3 года назад)
I think that everyone has had a friend or relative who has taken anti-depressants & committed suicide. These drugs cause a chemical imbalance in the brain & cause people to react in ways they normally wouldn't. Stay away from these 'synthetic' imbalancers.
Stevie Weevie (1 год назад)
I'm on antidepressants to relieve the symptoms of PTSD & they're helping me a great deal. One of my friends has been on the same ones as me also & they have improved her life. As far a side effects go, I haven't experienced any.
Johanon Zimmerman (2 года назад)
+Clint Parsons So it's not surprising for a drug to cause someone to commit suicide? That's okay with you? That's like trying to put out a fire using a can of gasoline. Weird logic, dude.
69birdboy (2 года назад)
Yes i agree with that, i just wanted to make that point.
AJ S (2 года назад)
+Johanon Zimmerman Totally!
Johanon Zimmerman (2 года назад)
+69birdboy Good for you. The reason we discuss such topics is so that we can all present our viewpoints & experiences. In many cultures (not in America) the older generation are listened to more closely because they have attained wisdom through having more life experiences. Do you agree?
renan miguelote (3 года назад)
hey dr .. i felt in the syciatry trap and toook olanzapine.... how long will it take for me to recover my normal weigth?
Alec Jordan (3 года назад)
I wonder if there is a way to give people a placebo for depression and not tell them. I mean, similar to homeopathy, if you give them a pill and tell them people have improved with it, but like anything else results are not guaranteed, is that so unethical? Maybe sometimes it's bettter just not to know things, although I guess people would catch on. For me, I think even knowng that placebo's can be effective say something valuable about the nature of the condition.
Middle Aged White Male (2 года назад)
a good question, and a discussion long overdue. if we know that the benefits of these meds are due to the placebo effect (and at this point we are well aware that they are), how can we harness that? what does that say about our inate ability to heal? what role does belief play? but we can't have these conversations because we have to constantly argue with people who dont take the time to research or understand the facts. its more than just drug company marketing. something is wrong collectively with our society's ability to reason and process facts. we'll believe whatever is most convenient and shut out everything else.
Bar El (3 года назад)
+Alec Jordan Or, doctors could prescribe fish oil capsules, which in addition to supplementing our incomplete diets with crucial omega 3 fatty acids, have been shown to improve depression and general cognitive function. There could be a special prescription-only fish-oil product that is sold as an anti-depressant. You'd get the placebo as well as the nutritional benefit, as most of us aren't getting nearly enough Omega 3s.
Chris Corrigan (3 года назад)
I think a lot of people feel better if they have Hope.
Grace Gibson (2 года назад)
+Chris Corrigan yeah because people with depression obviously have a good chance of feeling hopeful...
AJ S (3 года назад)
+Chris Corrigan People need to look at www.cchr.org and www.psychsearch.net . There is even a Facebook group called Psychsearch. People must know the truth.
Gary Younker (3 года назад)
Sorry if this sounds crude, but you are a very attractive woman. I find your videos informative but I also like looking at pretty women. This video was easy for me to watch, and by the way, those are nice shoes, they look good on you.
bananian (3 года назад)
this doctor doesn't know what he's talking about. you are suppose to take antidepressants AND therapy together. The antidepressants allow you to have the motivation for therapy.
Borat Sagdiyev (2 года назад)
+bananian I never said meds are bad for all people, there is always a percentage of severely mentally ill people that cannot function without help from medication. Trial and error isn't void of side effects, a lot of the time trial and error happens because of terrible side effects such as insomnia, blunting, homicidal/suicidal thoughts, headaches, etc. Seldom is there an antidepressant that does not cause any reaction whatsoever, positive or negative. Also, I'm not judging others, if someone wants to pop pills they can all they want, it's their life they're messing with not mine. But people suffering from non-severe mental illness should at least try healthier alternatives first that have no dire side effects before resorting to meds.
bananian (2 года назад)
+Borat Sagdiyev Different people react to drugs differently. People usually have to go through trial and error before finding the right type. Maybe drugs aren't appropriate at all for some people, but that doesn't mean prescription is bad for ALL people. You can't judge others based on your personal experience.
Borat Sagdiyev (2 года назад)
+bananian Do you think the side effects of both taking meds/withdrawal are better than enduring a headache or stomach ache? I myself have MDD and GAD ( though everybody's pain/emotional tolerance varies) and I personally refuse to take medication just because I've personally seen and I've also read about how terrible the side effects of a lot of psych meds are. Also, the dr in this video is pretty much summarizing a very complex discussion in less than 20 minutes, so of course he can't go through every detail. Overprescribing meds do make them more useless, because as you said, drs are giving it to the wrong clients, which worse than useless because it does more harm than good. In a sense, it is similar to if a dr gave someone with a common cold antibiotics. However, I do agree that meds can be greatly beneficial in some very severe cases where a person might be a harm to their self and/or others.
bananian (2 года назад)
+Borat Sagdiyev But this doctor didn't even mention the possibility of combo therapy. To him, it's either prescription OR therapy.  And just because overprescription is an issue, doesn't make drugs useless. ADD drugs are overprescribed to those who don't need it and underprescribed to thoese who actually do. Another thing is depression isn't just feeling sad or warped thinking as this doctor might imply but often times manifest as physiological symptoms. You can't talk someone's headache or ringing in the head or stomach ache away.
Borat Sagdiyev (2 года назад)
+bananian Most effective w/ severe or chronic means that a combo works best for people who are more afflicted with deeper issues, keyword: severe or chronic. The big issue is that doctors are prescribing meds to people who can do better with alternative treatment options. Nowadays, gps don't even wait to send their clients to psychiatrists before thinking about prescribing meds. if somebody who has minor depression due to a life event tells their family doctor that they're sad and anxious (and unless you have a competent doctor that doesn't have a 100 clients to see that day and takes time to figure out what's going on, etc.), you'll probably walk out with samples of meds followed by a prescription, because a sample of ad isn't going to be effective as meds take weeks to become "effective". I'm currently studying psych in uni as well and I'm interested in getting a doctorate so my education and credentials is irrelevant to this topic. I don't want to sound cliche but the pharma industry has a far more sinister agenda than this md. And even sometimes the over-prescribing of meds that happens is also due to the small doctor to patient ratio. But, my point is that there are far far far better treatment options for depression than taking psych meds, and you can't deny that. In a lot of cases eating enough nutritious food, exercising and going to therapy doesn't have any adverse side effects like meds, is just as effective and is cheaper. 
Ridwanul Aomi (3 года назад)
You should cheak out Elumpa depression cure alchemist which is found on google, just type `anti depression medication` on google
Christina Lamoureux (3 года назад)
I agree with much Colin is saying. Being someone who has taken anti-depressants and has experienced withdrawal, I can honestly say I will never take psych drugs again. I have found therapy works, but finding happiness within myself has made my life all around better. I feel much better now than I did while taking any of those drugs, and the worst part was that I was convinced I needed this stuff in order to live a "normal" life. Not until I experienced the horrible effects of withdrawal and the bliss of overcoming that, did I realize I didn't need any of it. Of course this is just my experience, everyone is different. My psychiatrist was very inexperienced (I later found out) and basically tried pushing drugs on me with no sight of any other options, that would work.
AJ S (3 года назад)
+Christina Lamoureux People need to look at www.cchr.org and www.psychsearch.net . There is even a Facebook group called Psychsearch. People must know the truth.
bananian (3 года назад)
everyone is different. Drugs are not for everyone.
Reasoner (3 года назад)
Lady this is a serious topic, so wear proper clothes.
Kurtis C. (2 года назад)
+satan's babygirl For the most part, I'd agree - the only thing is that I think she should wear closed-toe shoes. A pair of black suede pumps with either a round or pointed toe would suit her to a T.
Satan (3 года назад)
what does that have to do with her clothes? she can wear whatever she wants to and in my opinion, what she is wearing is appropriate.
cameronneagli (3 года назад)
Don't trust medical advice that you find on the internet like this. If you have questions about drugs discuss it with your doctor or mental healthcare professional - don't trust some random video on youtube. Doctors exist for a reason.
metalmichael13 (5 месяцев назад)
I've been in and out of treatment for over 30 years , and I do believe that thare is allot of corruption in the mental health feild . I still take a pill that I feel a bad doctor gave me that I have become dependant on . Some docktors may fear that all this information on the internet like this may make clients not want to take anti depressants .
Rudy Straight (6 месяцев назад)
Yea doctors exist to treat illnesses we get from the foods we eat, water we drink, and the chemicals sprayed into the air
meow meow (9 месяцев назад)
Doctors are not properly informed/ trained. they are indoctrinated by Pharma and they do what they are told.
Life on Hoth (1 год назад)
cameronneagli works for the pharma industry. Nobody else would say it this way.
Jim Ewing (1 год назад)
Out of all the doctors I've talked to, I'd trust Dr. Colin Ross more than most of them. At least he's thoughtful, objective and has a comprehensive approach to actually helping people.
nctrucker54 (3 года назад)
So, this doc is saying to pay the shrinks instead of the meds, hmmm, I sense a money making motivation here for his arguments, huh??
Jerry Perry (3 года назад)
When I take antidepressants I sleep all the time. And when I'm awake I can lie still for hours without moving as much as a finger. Like being in a bubble without emotions or desires. But very relaxing.
MultiMusik4 (3 года назад)
excellent! helpfull!
Shakir Uallah (3 года назад)
There is no alternative therapy of antidepressant who has depression. Anti depression really works but it always should takes with the help of Psychiatrist. Company have many sort of medicine some is low quality but some is high quality. Low quality medicine does not even the same formula so never take low quality medicine. If you really have depression so without wasting time need to visit  Psychiatrist and he can really help. If someone need some my opinion regarding depression or have question so they can frankly send me email on my gmail id Shkruallah175@gamil. I am not Psychiatrist but i can give good suggestion about mental illness ..
wdtony (3 года назад)
I experienced a severe adverse reaction to one SSRI pill and now have permanent brain damage from it. This is a great video. People cannot give informed consent to be treated when they haven't had proper education about the risks. I was told by my doctor that this new SSRI was 50 times safer than previous antidepressants but it ended up being the harshest, most horrible experience in my life. I'm sure Big Pharma's drug reps were responsible for my doctor's view of the drug. And I had just watched a commercial praising this new wonder-drug on TV.
Levi Ross (8 месяцев назад)
wdtony how r u these days? I always see your comment.
wdtony (2 года назад)
+Drummer Man - For me it's always been insomnia. Lithium made me feel numb and suicidal, prozac made me impotent, and therefore depressed, Doxepine made me sleep 18 hours a day..... I have never had a good experience with antidepressants but the Lexapro was the only one that caused permanent damage.
wdtony (2 года назад)
+Drummer Man - And my ears rang with a high pitch for 3 years,
wdtony (2 года назад)
+Drummer Man - Fried my brain cells. The senses most affected were touch and sight but I also had issues with faulty hormone release, panic, akathisia and loss of equilibrium. Very nasty and would not have believed it if it hadn't happened to me.
the world Within (3 года назад)
thank you for the video. I am one depressed person. Been through a lot in my life, various abuses. My psychotherapist has been urging me to take antidepressants. I feel really depressed but i know its not all about chemicals. I have a lot to reflect upon from all the things that I have been through, initially this is what I wanted to achieve from my counselling, to heal from the wounds, but my therapist doesnt seem to understand this, and keeps making it seem like its the chemicals in my head and I need to take antidepressants. So often, I end up believing what he think is right, but deep inside i feel there is more to human lives than just some mere chemicals. Experiences play a huge part on who we are today. A little love in one's life could have change a lot. I have lived a painful and a traumatic life. But when they emphasize more on antidepressants than healing, I feel more hopeless and helpless and don't see any solutions to my misery. Coming across this video has reaffirmed my vague knowledge. 
Elisabetta Gatti (3 года назад)
interesting points ,if anyone else wants to learn about deal with depression try Elumpa Depression Cure Alchemist (should be on google have a look ) ? Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my mate got excellent success with it.
Master Beta (3 года назад)
I took only 3 tablets of 10mg Paxil, and now my personality is blunted.  That was 2 weeks ago.  I am starting to fear these changes might be permanent.  Do NOT take SSRIs.  They are dangerous!  Find another source for help.  Remember your friends and family love you.  Stay away from drugs!
Deniz Ata (1 год назад)
Plays Cool how are you feeling today?
conor sweeney (3 года назад)
here legs are sexy
Sia Rad (3 года назад)
I wanna bang this bitch so hard. 
Stephen King (3 года назад)
Maine?  No sir... Ontario
Jerry Perry (3 года назад)
+Stephen King Are you from Bangor?
Stephen King (3 года назад)
+Jerry Perry I want to bang her too
Jerry Perry (3 года назад)
+Sia Rad This channel is about psychology. Would be interesting if you could share what goes through your mind when you type a comment like that. I'm not trying to be patronising. Just curious. Is it wishful thinking or what? :)
Rose B (3 года назад)
thank you so much for being honest about this (not many are)
joseph rellama (3 года назад)
those antidepressants depress, not cure ,
John Yarbrough (4 года назад)
Those are some nice legs.
Stella Abayev (4 года назад)
love it thank you very much for this great video
Fahrenheit (4 года назад)
Before you take what this guy says at face value, I think you should know: "In 2008, Dr. Ross applied for the James Randi Educational Foundation's One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge with the claim that energy from his eyes could cause a speaker, receiving no other input, to sound a tone."
BDF30 (1 год назад)
Middle Aged White Male (2 года назад)
dont confuse the messenger with the message. this is not his theory. he didn't invent it. he's repeating what dozens of credible scientists and physicians have already discovered. do some research.
Yonas Kai (3 года назад)
mre521 (3 года назад)
+Fahrenheit1407 source?
Chris Popovich (4 года назад)
My quiestion to you dr? what about ptsd?
PsycheTruth (4 года назад)
+Chris Popovich PTSD Veterans, Trauma & Rape - Symptoms & Treatment Interview w/ Psychiatrist Dr. Colin Ross
Gunit L (4 года назад)
Looks like the beginning of a porno movie
UsedCondomCollector (4 года назад)
Is she related to the Joker?
Scott Claessens (4 года назад)
People that post these videos need to start linking us to the evidence that they discuss to support their arguments. I have no doubt that what Colin is saying here is true, but I'd really like some links to his references so I can see for myself.
Alyan 83 (7 месяцев назад)
Do your own research. Start at PubMed. I'll give it an afternoon of research and you have found out that the "chemical imbalance" is a lie
charlie orosz (9 месяцев назад)
Scott Claessens ssri.org is your reference guide,Scott. Or go to pharma death clock.com for the number of people dying from ssri drugs. I am a victim with injuries and vision loss,so I am doing research on these drugs. Educate yourself,and then you will be better informed. The pharmacy business is like a bad mechanic,they will tell you 1 thing and then you find out it is just $$$$ that makes them pushing these dangerous pills. Just like Steppenwolf sang:goddamn the pusher man". It is all about $$$$$$.
Rob Macfarlane (1 год назад)
Scott Claessens--------It has been my experience that people who post on YouTube are speaking of their own experiences. These personal experiences have not been analized or "filtered" by any appointed "experts." If you are seeking expert testimony, this is not the the media for you. This is a modern day gossip line. Oh, by the way. Have you posted your credentials yet? I don't see them. As far as I know, you might be just another charlatan looking for a thrill.
AJ S (3 года назад)
+Scott Claessens People need to look at www.cchr.org and www.psychsearch.net . There is even a Facebook group called Psychsearch. People must know the truth.
Ansel Tanner (4 года назад)
I wanna ask her out on a date
Shaun (4 года назад)
Question: I know technology and knowledge enables a skilled individual to analyses cells for cancers, use radiation to destroy them. Use a microscopes to analyses strands etc for flues and viruses... heck apparently the bonds of atoms are visible under some big machine. But what physical test on the brain is used to determine an individuals chemical balance is in chaos and is the direct result of needing anti depressants to combat the disease that they have? I can only assume that like all drugs, legal, and illegal, are taken to achieve a desired effect, or undesired depending on the perspective. But whether that effect actually treats the core of the individuals "disease"/problem seems like playing darts in the dark... or atleast thats what my lack of knowledge leads me to think.
LordOfLogic07 (4 года назад)
I am amazed at how many people, like drug addicts, defend them in the face of science.  This is a little video on a small youtube channel.   But the investigative powerhouse 60 minutes, stated all of this a few years back.  It is obvious (and no I won't argue with you.  I saw these drugs change somebody over a very short period of time.  I lost everything I had worked for as a result of mania induced by them.)  The problem with the psyche is that we can neither see it being damaged or see it being healed.  We have a very abusive culture to the psyche in the West. These are just one more way in a culture that spend 3 trillion per year on alcohol.  another 400 billion and cigarettes.  Then there is caffeine, sugar, and placebos such as vitamins. Now we are legalizing pot. Pills, coke, meph, and heroine are all on the rise.  When we are not raising our dopamine levels with drugs, we are doing it with sex, violence, or food. You want to get a better understanding of the roots of this epidemic? Read a book called "I hate you, don't leave me: Understanding the borderline personality".  If you read only one chapter, read "The borderline society".  All of this was predicted during the first release of this book in 1989.  CBT, works and does it without ruining your relationships and creating more borderlines out of  your family.  
Non Existent (4 года назад)
Never ingest anti depressants, they destroy your liver. I would know i've been on them for roughly 7 years. Psychiatry is a fraud. They don't help with anything, a chemical imbalance is a scam. Drugs i've been put on during childhood up until my mid twenties has caused me only pain and suffering
espouse de SACRECOEUR (10 месяцев назад)
Non Existent I'm sorry for what you went through. I hope that you are having a great day.
conor sweeney (3 года назад)
same for me i was happy before i took any of these crappy drugs
NunYaaBizz (3 года назад)
If all it did was cause pain and suffering you wouldn't have been on them for 7 years. and don't say oh I was forced to, that excuse would have worked if you were a kid but not up until your mid twenties homie.
shewul shakya (3 года назад)
Guys! ! Did anyone thought about the Fat Blaze Factor (google it)? Ive hear a number of amazing things about it and my sis burned alot of unwanted fats with it(:
Non Existent (4 года назад)
+Jon Me My bodily pain has skyrocketed over more than a 15 years of prescription drug use. And every time I told my doctor of bodily pain they gave me another med which made it much worse. Soon maybe my organs will fail and have to be removed if that happens i'll just kill myself and put an end to my suffering. I also developed the early signs of ALS
Pip Moore (4 года назад)
So the meds you fuckers prescribe are not worth shit! Oh'' nice legs lol. 
shoti mee (4 года назад)
I think this woman is best anti depressant 
David Jerome Putnam (2 месяца назад)
Or she‘ll become your fatal attraction.
IBRE GH (9 месяцев назад)
shoti mee I know 😂
ExoticHuntress (4 года назад)
I need some assurance. I've been on Zoloft for 6 weeks now and I am feeling GREAT. I feel fine. Happy. I can enjoy daily activities and actually get out of bed. But, you see, it's like my creativity was sapped. I don't have motivation to write anymore and it doesn't feel the same. Writing means so much to me and it's a big part of who I am. Does this... feeling, go away once I am finished with medication?
Adopted Hippo (5 месяцев назад)
lord of logic , I want to have a conversation with you, how contact you , facebook or kik ?
Alfred Ynda (1 год назад)
ExoticHuntress how are you today?
Afura33 (1 год назад)
How are you doing today?
bananian (3 года назад)
+ĐΣFΣCŦΣĐ that's just another kind of drugs.
ExoticHuntress (3 года назад)
+David Suspended exactly!
inter naught (4 года назад)
Why does MDMA, a potent serotonin releaser cause immediate obliteration of depression if boosting serotonin levels doesn't relieve depression? Also why do some people report prolonged periods of depression following the use of MDMA? Serotonin has a LOT to do with depression. 
alfamale05 (4 года назад)
this guy has a soothing voice zzzzzzz lol
Dainius Diciunas (4 года назад)
Well, you can get placebo if you want - just ask for homeopatic medication. I've tried antidepressants and therapy - they both work to a certain degree, but... after two years off medicines and four years of therapy I realise I will probably never feel efortlessly happy again like before depression. But this guy is actually lying about antidepressants being as effective as placebo.
LPS Katie (4 года назад)
Hi I watch your video on depression I been diagnose with social anxiety disorder and bi polar I been taking a number of meds my doctor gave me finally I switch to lexapro 20mg it has been helping me with my depression and anxiety do these SSRI meds cause bad side effects in the long run cause they are really helping me and sex drive is low but I still able to have sex Regularly I guess before I started taking meds my sex drive was really high lol
Butter Cheeks (4 года назад)
My boyfriend is bipolar. Very bipolar, and he is intolerable to be around when he is not on medicine.
Butter Cheeks (4 года назад)
+Mišo Vuković +Mišo Vuković I myself am on meds for a mood disorder and my life is better for it. It is stupid videos like this that confuses people who need medicine and prevents them from proper treatment. The creator of this video really needs to be found and prosecuted.
Mišo Vuković (4 года назад)
+Butter Cheeks this video is full of lies. ad saved many lives from the people i know, and if everything is conspiracy then nothing fucking matters
Butter Cheeks (4 года назад)
you know you are a douche bag for saying it?
Caleb (4 года назад)
Then dump that asshole and date someone like me
sugarpuffextreme (4 года назад)
I stopped the video when he started to complain aboutr cost of ssri. One box of ssri which last a long time cost a few buck only lol. maybe 20 bux not sure dont remeber excatly
Luke J (4 года назад)
Yes they so work however each person reacts differently to each medication and it can be trial and error. From personal experience, when you find the right medicine it can be a huge relief.
Cyrus Toles (4 года назад)
What this guy is saying is completely false.  If you do any research on your own you'll see countless studies proving that once you find the right drug the anti-depressant is far more effective than any placebo could ever be.

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