The Wrong Pill Can Play With Your Mind

The Wrong Pill Can Play With Your Mind
By JAIME LOWESEPT. 30, 2017
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/30/opinion/sunday/bipolar-medication-depakote-lithium-.html

WHEN I was 16, I was admitted to U.C.L.A.’s neuropsychiatric institute. I’d been suffering from increasing paranoia (I thought war was imminent; I thought I would be called into battle) and lack of sleep (I paced our staircase into the early hours of morning). Most profoundly, I thought my parents were actually secret agents, …

lithium
Tegretol

Depakote D.R. (for delayed release)
Depakote E.R. (for extended release).

One study led by researchers at the Yale School of Medicine found that 58 percent of people who were prescribed a psychotropic medication within the study group of roughly five million had no psychiatric diagnosis.

medication education

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