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Oxygen Instead of Medication

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Stop Labeling and Drugging Our Troops

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Oxygen Instead of Medication

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Oxygen Instead of Medication

January 24, 2016 by Gordon Brown

Oxygen Instead of Medication

Daily there are 22 to 30 Veterans dying by suicide and many believe these are completely voluntary acts. Many say suicide is a cowardly act and I say these people do not know the facts behind these suicides.

Prescription Medication Spilling From an Open Medicine Bottle

Currently the protocol used by the VA for treating Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is the use of psychotropic drugs. Since a TBI is a physical injury of the brain, why would they use psychotropic drugs for the treatment of that injury? Treating a TBI with psychotropic drugs makes as much sense as treating a broken leg with the same drugs, both are physical injuries and neither is going to have positive results from the drugs. (more…)

Stop Labeling and Drugging Our Troops

December 15, 2014 by Terry Kohler

Colonel Bart Billings: Stop Labeling & Drugging Our Troops

The VA’s Protocol for Mental Health therapy is pharmaceutical drugs and is one of the leading causes of the 22-30 daily Veteran suicides. Suicide ideation is one of the effects of these drugs along with kidney, heart, thyroid and liver damage. Ask yourself, WHY would anyone prescribe 10-25 drugs daily for the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) when there are drug-free alternatives? ALL 50 of the psychotropic drugs used to treat TBI are “off label” which means they have NEVER been approved by the FDA for the treatment of that condition.

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