Malaise, depression and suicide are very often the consequences of consuming psychotropic drugs. It is estimated that the number of today's high school pupils consuming drugs occasionally is 70%. Most of them feel unwell because of drugs. During a consultation, a doctor should ask his patient if he uses drugs. His depression, his feeling unwell will be explained by their consumption. Instead of prescribing antidepressants or any other legal drugs, the doctor should advise his patient that he should begin by stopping his drug consumption.
If antidepressants, benzodiazepines or sleeping pills are added, the consumer will obviously be more drugged and he will feel worse and worse until he finds himself in a serious depression or at the psychiatrist's. This is what is happening more and more often today.
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