That’s because right after her daughter was born in 2014 — before all that trouble began — everything felt amazing. Abramson was smitten, just as she had imagined she would be. She would look into her baby’s round, alert eyes and feel adrenaline rush through her. She had so much energy. “I actually was thinking, like, ‘I don’t get why other moms say they’re so tired, or this is so hard. I got this,'” she said. Abramson wanted to be the perfect mom. She and her husband lived in San Francisco, and she had worked as a successful entrepreneur and marketing executive for a Silicon Valley tech company. She was organized and ready to start a family. And that first week after her baby was born, everything was going according to plan. The world was nothing but love. Then the baby started losing weight, and the pediatrician told Abramson to feed her every two hours. The new mother started to feel as if she couldn’t keep up. “It … [Read more...] about Postpartum Psychosis Is Real, Rare And Dangerous
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Tuesday, January 22, 2019 by: S.D. Wells Tags: bill clinton, drugs, ecstasy, mdma, Merck, merck ecstasy, merck mdma, pedophile network, perverts, politicians pedophile, sex island (Natural News) Just before WWI began, an evil pharmaceutical firm you may have heard of called Merck accidentally developed a psychotherapy drug that was originally supposed to serve as an appetite suppressor for soldiers, but it failed miserably. That drug later served other purposes. After World War II, the U.S. Army used MDMA for their psychological warfare testing, like truth serum, because once a person is completely “doped up,” they’ll admit to just about anything. Doping was a tactic used on prisoners of war to steal enemy strategies and war room secrets. Then, by the 1960s, psychiatrists began using MDMA for psychotherapy medication, and a decade later, it was being legally prescribed by doctors, and then sold on the streets as a party drug under the … [Read more...] about Merck’s original “Ecstasy” now a deadly mixture of cocaine, heroin, LSD, and rat poison, sold as party drug “MDMA”
Treatments She Wanted To Be The Perfect Mom, Then Landed In A Psychiatric Unit Audio will be available later today. Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email Enlarge this image Lisa Abramson and her firstborn child, Lucy, in 2014. A few weeks after Lucy's birth, Abramson started feeling confused, and then started developing delusions — symptoms of postpartum psychosis. Courtesy of Claire Mulkey hide caption toggle caption Courtesy of Claire Mulkey Lisa Abramson and her firstborn child, Lucy, in 2014. A few weeks after Lucy's birth, Abramson started feeling confused, and then started developing delusions — symptoms of postpartum psychosis. Courtesy of Claire Mulkey Lisa Abramson says that even after all she's been through — the helicopters circling her house, the snipers on the roof, and the car ride to jail — she still wants to have a second child. That's because right after her daughter was born in 2014 — before all that … [Read more...] about She Wanted To Be The Perfect Mom, Then Landed In A Psychiatric Unit
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Health | In Rehab, ‘Two Warring Factions’: Abstinence vs. Medication The Treatment Gap A reluctant evolution is taking place in residential drug treatment for opioid addiction. Here’s a look at one center’s wary shift. At JourneyPure at the River, in Murfreesboro, Tenn., some patients trying to get treatment for opioid addiction engage in equine therapy. Credit Credit Ilana Panich-Linsman for The New York Times Supported by ByAbby Goodnough Dec. 29, 2018 MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — Just past a cemetery along a country road, an addiction treatment center called JourneyPure at the River draws hundreds of patients a month who are addicted to opioids and other drugs. They divide their days between therapy sessions, songwriting, communing with horses and climbing through a treetop ropes course. After dinner, they’re … [Read more...] about In Rehab, ‘Two Warring Factions’: Abstinence vs. Medication
Tuesday, December 04, 2018 by: Tracey Watson Tags: Acetaminophen, badhealth, badmedicine, child health, children, Dangerous Medicine, liver damage, over-the-counter medications, overdose, pain relief, painkillers, parenting, toxic ingredients, Tylenol (Natural News) If a natural health product or supplement was known to cause 56,000 emergency room visits, over 100,000 calls to poison control centers, 26,000 hospitalizations and more than 450 deaths each year, what are the chances that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) would allow its manufacturer to continue distribution? The answer is simple: zero. And yet, as reported by Natural Health 365, statistics indicate that those are the exact figures associated with the over-the-counter drug acetaminophen, commonly known as Tylenol. Has the FDA stopped its producer – McNeil Consumer Healthcare, owned by Johnson & Johnson – from manufacturing this dangerous drug? Not at all. It hasn’t even changed it to … [Read more...] about Is acetaminophen the most dangerous OTC pain reliever of all?