На главнуюОбразованиеПохожее видеоЕще от: The Mental Health Herbalist

14 Antidepressant side effects

Оценок: 102 | Просмотров: 4522
follow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/the.mental.health.herbalist/ Subscribe here http://bit.ly/1M2vCOs 14 Antidepressant side effects 1. Nausea 2. Increased weight gain 3. Loss of sexual desire 4. Fatigue 5. Insomnia 6. Dry mouth 7. Blurred vision 8. Constipation 9. Dizziness 10. Agitation 11. Irritability 12. Anxiety 13. Addiction 14. Suicide Music credit The Temperature of the Air on the Bow of the Kaleetan by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Source: http://chriszabriskie.com/uvp/ Artist: http://chriszabriskie.com/ About me The Mental Health Herbalist is a holistic channel on Youtube, dedicated to teaching you about herbs and herbal medicine. Like Hippocrates, I believe food is medicine and can heal and prevent all sorts of illnesses. Caution: Remember always consult with a doctor if you have an illness and consult with an herbalist if you want to go on a course of herbs. These videos are for information purposes only. If you taking medications consult with a medical doctor. If you want to take a course of herbs I recommend you talk to a herbalist. If you want more information contact me by email.
Категория: Образование
Html code for embedding videos on your blog
Текстовые комментарии (50)
Duckface McSelfie (3 месяца назад)
Thankyou for existing, Mental Health herbalist! My goal is to be able to help people onto the path of mental wellness through natural, gentle means, and seeing as this is exactly what you seem to be doing, it's great to discover you and your work! I'm inspired. Thankyou so much. PEACE :)
Aamir Gadiwala Gadiwala (4 месяца назад)
be lavde hindi bolne
The Mental Health Herbalist (4 месяца назад)
Thanks
BabyPrune (5 месяцев назад)
Thanks for going over them. Liked.
CandyCandy (6 месяцев назад)
My sexual desire increased when taking the meds...I actually didn't have much..
Satyabrata Mahapatra (6 месяцев назад)
Any idea what to do?
Ese El-Marron (7 месяцев назад)
Ive been on anti depressants i mean i Got a depot injection if you know What that is and it has lighten my hair changed my hair like the stubble And hair on the head Im worried cause Its much lighter and weaker What Can i do do i have to wait six months just after that injection?
Ese El-Marron (5 месяцев назад)
The Mental Health Herbalist Thanks bro
The Mental Health Herbalist (6 месяцев назад)
Try and find a natural doctor or herbalist and get a holistic treatment and prepare to avoid another injection. Focus on healing your gut
Al Beau (8 месяцев назад)
Violence on others also and more.... Theanine is better, hemp cbd..... good for good humor..
vp p (8 месяцев назад)
Good edvas make Peaple more were of the it thanks
The Mental Health Herbalist (8 месяцев назад)
Thanks Vp
N Norton (9 месяцев назад)
My Mom is tapering off Cymbalta which she has been on for 10 years. It was prescribed for anxiety and fibromyalgia. We fear her current short term memory loss is a side effect of Cymbalta and other medications she has been taking for years. Her doctor advised taking it every other day. I have read extensively that a slow taper is much safer and more effective. What herbal support would you suggest for her while she is starting this process? Thank you! I love your feedback that it is okay to be sad!
N Norton (9 месяцев назад)
Thank you!
The Mental Health Herbalist (9 месяцев назад)
I will do a video response as it’s an important question for our community 🙏
SomeoneUnknown (9 месяцев назад)
But if i Use antidepressants for anxiety, what are the sideaffects? or its the same?
Hellenkeller and friends (10 месяцев назад)
"Suicide is the worst side effect" lol. Sorry that made me giggle just felt like you could be on south park with that line teaching the gang the side effects
Nathan-DTS (11 месяцев назад)
Sorry, but I'll trust the real doctors over herbal crap.
Dandelayne D (20 дней назад)
Yes, this joker is so biased
The Mental Health Herbalist (11 месяцев назад)
Good for you!
gloriakmm (1 год назад)
could you expand upon 'blood toxicity', the cause, effects and cures? thank so much! 🙏🏿
gloriakmm (11 месяцев назад)
The Mental Health Herbalist so helpful. thanking you! 🙌🏾
The Mental Health Herbalist (11 месяцев назад)
Well the skin will express blood toxicity. So how is your skin? But in some cases the skin will be ok and organs can be affected. The blood carries nutrients to cells and removes toxins. If the gut is blocked up and stagnant then the blood is unable to cleanse. The liver must be functioning well also so that the blood can be renewed and cleansed. So the blood become toxic when it cant dump toxins.
PsychicEmpathic Introvert (1 год назад)
God bless you mate.
The Mental Health Herbalist (1 год назад)
Thank you
CatGirl12311 (1 год назад)
Antidepressants were given to me at age 14, because I was sad about my parents divorce and my mom’s new husband was abusive to me. For years I took them, because no new doctor I saw ever questioned why I was on them. I was emotionally numb and had panic attacks for these years. I attempted suicide at age 24, hospitalized where they gave me more (!) and finally, that was my wake-up call to get off them. Tapered off Antipsychotics & benzodiazepines, too. Still recovering, and at age 32, I’m finally finding out who I really am 💜 By the way, Dr. Peter Breggin is an outspoken advocate/expert in what these drugs really do to people.
Duckface McSelfie (3 месяца назад)
Hey catgirl, i'm sorry to hear of your struggle, but happy to hear that you are finally seeing a light at the end of the tunnel! I myself have lived through self harm and an attempted suicide, and have struggled my entire adult life with various mental health problems- only to be prescribed medication after medication....to no avail. Medications caused me to put on weight; become extremely irritable; develop chronic insomnia and fatigue; chronic pain; lack of sex drive ( which compromised romantic relationships)- you name it! I lost jobs, relationships, and even my beloved creativity ( due to the numbing effect of antidepressants) .They pretty much did everything apart from make me feel better! Whenever i tried to communicate this experience to the doctors, however, i was met with complete dismissal. My concerns were basically treated as incontrovertible proof of my "craziness". How this is supposed to help one's general feelings of self worth- let alone their mental health- i don't know! But this seems to be the general attitude of doctors in regards to mental health. Anyway, to get onto a more positive note: this year, i decided to reject pharmaceuticals ( they have never helped me anyway) and give my diet and lifestyle a complete overhaul. After not even 4 months of a strictly healthy diet, regular exercise, meditation, and soul searching, I feel like a new woman! I've lost weight; have more energy; and have regained my creativity and motivation. I am now 40, so much like yourself, i am late to the party when it comes to LIVING. Big chunks of my life have been taken from me which i'll never get back....But better late than never, huh? In a way, had we not had these awful experiences, we would never have been pushed to find alternative sources for healing, and may have remained forever ignorant of them. I feel our experiences have made us wiser and stronger. And...we're still here :) I think we get to feel good about that! **pats you on the back** We are now in the position of being able to help and empathise with others who have been through similar experiences. Wishing you all the best in your NEW life!!!! May happiness and peace be with you.
T Rahman (6 месяцев назад)
And im here complaining i cant get a job lol 😂 Power be to u cat!
The Mental Health Herbalist (1 год назад)
Thanks for sharing your story here. I love to hear how people recovery from the insanity of prescribed medication for mental health. I really like Dr Peter Breggins work and have some of his books. There is a great advocate in Ireland called Leonie Fennel https://leoniesblog.com/
Lone wolf productions (1 год назад)
here's a funny thing though once i did prozac right and someone lent me a guitar . i couldn't play it but after a week of prozac i picked it up and belted out about a girl by nirvana lol that's weird hey
The Mental Health Herbalist (1 год назад)
but I imagine no one was listening ha ha
Lone wolf productions (1 год назад)
lol suicide is one of the worst side effects ..at least it's not long lasting though lol
The Mental Health Herbalist (1 год назад)
Well is its for the family
Lone wolf productions (1 год назад)
they give you those pills to stop that but that is exactly the stuff they cause! they really are monsters lunatic evil monsters
Nathan-DTS (11 месяцев назад)
The Mental Health Herbalist I get Americans being crazy and conspiratorial about science and medicine, but the rest of the first world has free healthcare, heavily regulated testing and no reason to prescribe stuff that doesn't help. But yeah, much more inclined to trust the industry that makes functional prosthetics for amputees, has wiped several diseases off the face of the Earth and regularly saves cancer patients than some quack on the internet. Much like how I listen to chemists over alchemists, astronomers over astrologists and evolutionary biologists over creationists.
Nathan-DTS (11 месяцев назад)
lyte werk productions Most side effects listed on medication aren't even remotely likely to happen. They're just there to avoid lawsuits. Medication goes through years of testing before it hits the market. By all means, continue listening to this YouTube snake oil salesman.
Lone wolf productions (11 месяцев назад)
nathan you are what is known as a twit. shut up
The Mental Health Herbalist (11 месяцев назад)
Nathan-DTS explain?
Nathan-DTS (11 месяцев назад)
You're an idiot.
Keith Greenan (1 год назад)
Mary Jane was was a name for pot a long time ago and it sounds a lot better than saying weed or pot but I never hear it called that anymore.
The Mental Health Herbalist (1 год назад)
There are so many names for pot, its really interesting. I never heard it referred to as Mary Jane, Thanks
Adam Blaknovski (1 год назад)
Are you aware of any long term affects on your neurons from taking antidepressants? I have tried SSRI and SNRI antidepressants, neither worked and the norepinephrine increase from the SNRI made it impossible to get REM sleep. I used a wholefood mostly raw vegan diet, and Rhodiola rosea to successfully get my adrenal glands working again, and now I use suma, rhodiola rosea, dong and ashwagandha which are helping me stay positive and calm. I recently found out my back is in bits from getting (finally) a referral to a good chiropractor, and has likely been this way since primary school, and may indeed be the cause of my lifelong depression, anxiety and brain-fog or confusion. I'm going to inform the governing body of all the doctors who failed to find the obvious cause of my problems, I have been having numbness in my hands, and shoulder impingement and nerve pain, and by watching John Bergman's videos, realised I needed a vertical x-ray, not a horizontal CT scan, which wouldn't show any load deformation. I had a lying down CT scan years ago and it showed nothing, as all horizontal scans do, because we all look the same lying down basically. I'm in the process of painfully rolling out my fused vertibrae, very nearly all of them, with a foam roller and rolling on the floor on my back with my hands behind my head. If you're going to do this, be patient, and use a yoga mat so you don't remove all the skin from your spine on carpet before you realise how long it's going to take. It may well take you weeks to months to get full mobility back.
The Mental Health Herbalist (1 год назад)
Excellent, sounds like your on the right path to good health Adam
Adam Blaknovski (1 год назад)
Thanks, I'm already using ashwagandha, it's great, it makes you feel more comfortable is the best way I can put it. I also use shilajit, interesting stuff, helps clear your digestive system out as well as being an amazing natural multivitamin and mineral supplement. I've never tried Brahmi, yet heard about it loads. St John's wort might be worth trying again, but between rhodiola and ashwagandha, I'm doing fairly well lately thank you for your help and concern
The Mental Health Herbalist (1 год назад)
I believe you Adam, some people take that rage out on themselves and end up committing suicide. Many doctors do not care about their vulnerable patients. Natural is the best way to go. You should also look into ashwaghanda, I have a video on it on my channel. Its an adaptogen herb. Brahmi is also very good.
Adam Blaknovski (1 год назад)
I forgot to mention the problems I've had with rage since I took an SSRI antidepressant more than 7 years ago. I used to be a doormat due to the depression and lack of dopamine and self esteem, but since the SSRIs' I've been more aggressive, losing control occasionally if I'm under alot of pressure or in a dark mood and someone gets on my nerves, which aren't many due to the long-term back pain. Some people may find themselves while on antidepressants or for years, possibly permanently, unable to control their rage, and under the right circumstances, hurt someone and or end up in deep trouble or in prison as a direct result of taking prescription medication for depression. I couldn't have more contempt for the those whom have studied "medicine" and who prescribe only dangerous poisons to people who legitimately need help. I believe that by calling it "medicine" they are in breach of the law in terms of advertising themselves as practitioners of medicine. You and I and many thousands more are practitioners of real medicine, used by mankind since the dawn of time, and is the reason we're still here. At this rate the medical system will wipe out most of the human race in under a hundred years of their hundred year old "practice".
The Mental Health Herbalist (1 год назад)
Adam sounds like there is a lot going on for you and I wish you well on your healing path. Well done for all those natural herbs and foods. Yes I think there can be long term damage to neurons, but the sooner we start to recover and feed them with b vitamins and omega 3 and herbs and clean up our diet you will give them a chance to recover and reduce the harm.
Keith Greenan (1 год назад)
I think kava kratom and Maryjane is good for depression and anxiety
The Mental Health Herbalist (1 год назад)
Agree totally, thanks

Хотите оставить комментарий?

Присоединитесь к YouTube, или войдите, если вы уже зарегистрированы.