Why Are One in Six On Psychiatric Meds ?

Why Are One in Six On Psychiatric Meds ? by Jeffrey Dach MD A JAMA article reported one in six Americans take psychiatric medications.  These are mostly SSRI antidepressants such as Lexepro, benzodiazepines (Xanax), and sleeping pills (Ambien and Lunesta). … Continue reading

Lithium Orotate NeuroProtection Part Two

Lithium Orotate NeuroProtection Part Two by Jeffrey Dach MD In part one, we discussed the differences between lithium carbonate, a prescription psychiatric drug, and a different version called lithium orotate.  Unlike lithium carbonate, the lithium orotate is a safe nutritional … Continue reading

SSRI Antidepressant Drug Induced Suicide in the Military

SSRI Antidepressant Drug Induced Suicide in the Military Over the past few decades, there has been unprecedented increased suicide rate in the military.  Some experts see a causal link with increased use of SSRI antidepressants and other psycho-active drugs in … Continue reading

Lexapro for Hot Flashes, Medical Victimization or Joke?

Lexapro for Hot Flashes, Medical Victimization or Joke?

Lexapro for Hot Flashes – Medical Victimization or a Joke? by Jeffrey Dach MD A JAMA study by Ellen W Freeman shows that Lexapro is “marginally” more effective than placebo for Hot Flashes.  This is laughable, and surely you must be joking?  The authors … Continue reading

Stop Vitamin D, Are You Joking ?

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Stop Vitamin D, Are You Joking ? Don’t Take Vitamin D Says New Study by Jeffrey Dach MD A study proclaiming Vitamin D is useless and you should just stop taking it was published in Lancet this week and “went … Continue reading

FDA Approval for Paxil for Hot Flashes A Cruel Joke ?

SSRI Antidepressants for Menopausal Hot Flashes ?  Surely, You Must Be Joking. This article is part two of a series. For part one, click here. Instead of using hormone replacement as a treatment for menopausal hot flashes, mainstream medicine docs … Continue reading