Not just the U.S., but the rest of the Western World, alarmingly, over the last 15 years the consistently sharp increases in child mental disorders have now reached epidemic levels. 1 in 5 children have been diagnosed with a mental health problem. In turn, more children than ever before are on psychiatric drugs.
Mental Disorders – Some Disturbing Stats
Could the rise in mental disorders be the result of the agendized push for increased psychiatric drugging that began in and around the 1990’s? As mentioned earlier, 1 in 5 children have now been diagnosed with a mental health problem:
ADHD (Attention Hyperactivity Disorder) is now well over 40%
For children aged between 10-14 years suicide rates have risen by 200%
Teenager depression – up at 37%…
Psychiatric drugs – breaking down the figures
The different age groups and corresponding figures making up the well over 8 million children on psychiatric drugs in the U.S.A alone can be summarized:
Under 6 year-olds – 1,146,530 (yes, that’s well over a million!) and breaking down this figure
Less than 1 year olds – 274,804
2-3 year olds – 370,778
4-5 year olds – 500,948
6-12 Year olds – 4,130,340
At 6 years old the psychiatric drugging increases greatly because school starts. If a child is constantly disrupting a class of say 20 to 30-odd other children then drugging is seen as the easiest way to ‘neutralize’ or sedate the disruptive child…
13-17 Year olds – 3,617,593
Parents not informed about the well-documented serious risk
Of course, parenting can be difficult at times. In this era, parents face new complex challenges such as, for example, how to make the right choices for their children’s mental health. Parents are up against Big Pharma’s highly deceptive psychiatric criminal drug cartel that cares more about profits than people in the ‘PharMonopoly. ‘
It begins with the parents who are informed of their child’s “mental disorder.” The parents are then told that their child needs “medicating” without being given the full facts. They’re not told about the dangers of prescribing their child psychiatric meds that could cause serious side-effects, based on a mental disorder than has no science: No confirming medical tests to support a “diagnosis” based only on a subjective opinion from the child’s behavioural checklist. For example, consider the flaws in the case of giving a one year-old antidepressants.
How far will this agendized reckless endangerment go? It pays no heed to the pressing issue of informed consent. In the name of freedom, the right to refuse meds needs to be preserved before every single child ends up medicated.
It’s no great secret either that psychiatric drugs don’t cure. Psychiatrists and suchlike have openly admitted this. However, if parents refuse to get their child medicated on a potentially life-destroying psychiatric drug then they could find themselves charged with “gross medical neglect” by the CPS (Child Protective Service).
What about those non-invasive, non-toxic alternative therapies?? –No money to be made on those for Big Pharma, so these options are neglected. Stand alone drug treatment should only be a last resort. A holistic approach should be used (more on this later).
Children or adults, every day, millions are affected by mood-altering meds. Some reach their breaking point, culminating in horrific violent outbursts on others, or as suicides (or attempted suicides).
Whether it’s Columbine, Parkland, or other schools, after a pupil goes on a headline-making, school-shooting, killing rampage, there’s one thing that always ends up as “speculation” when people ask why it happened. Be it, for examples, from mainstream media or with politicians when debating gun laws, rumours abound, that “speculation” is the suggestion that the school shooting violence was brought on by the affects of psychiatric meds.
But it’s not speculation.
The link between the violence and psychiatric meds is a well-documented fact. Be it with school shootings or adults, many of these infamous mass-killers had either been on or were coming off psychiatric meds.
As long as the paid-off politicians turn a proverbial blind eye to this obvious link while allowing the Big Pharma psychiatric industry a highly lucrative cosy pathway that leads to the drug sales then we are an endangered race.
As famous psychiatrist Peter Breggin tells us in so many words, the equation is quite simple:more psychiatric meds = more mass shootings.
Firstly, parents need to connect the dots; educate themselves on how to make informed choices for the mental health and well-being of their children.
For optimal health and well-being
As mentioned earlier, stand alone,”band-aid” toxic drug treatment capable of assaulting the mind, body and spirit should only be a last resort. A holistic approach incorporating an IEP (Individualized Education Programme), family therapy and nutrition can be used…
The following advice is not only for children but also for adults. Bear this in mind when 1 in 6 adults are on psychiatric meds. Here are 6 things for optimal health and well-being.
The importance of a good diet cannot be overstated. A healthy diet greatly promotes good mood, ability to concentrate and has even been shown to reduce violent behaviour. Avoiding junk food such as refined sugar products, a good diet consists of natural wholesome organic seeds, nuts, fruits and vegetables…etc. Make sure of a good supply of quality fats.
2. Drink plenty of water
Many suffering from mental health problems are known to be seriously dehydrated. For example, schizophrenics have this disposition. The human body is around 75% water. So, it goes without saying that drinking good water promotes health and well-being. The brain has the highest water content…
3. Maintain good gut health
Gut microbiome greatly influences mood and behaviour. Fermented foods, probiotics and B-vitamins promote beneficial gut microbiome. A healthy gut produces good levels of the feel-good chemical serotonin.
4. Get lots of sunlight
Those suffering from depression are known to have low vitamin D levels. Increased sunlight exposure raises body vitamin D levels and thus effectively treats depression. How about getting sunlight by spending time in nature?
5. Handle stress levels
Out-of-balance stress and mental health problems are inextricably linked. Therefore to return to balance it’s necessary to handle stress levels.
Meditation and yoga are excellent ways to handle stress. They have shown to be good for treating metal problems such as depression.
6. Reduce EMF exposure
Overexposure to EMF/RF wireless applications have been known to cause nervous, hormonal and behavioural problem, so try to minimize this. Especially with children as they are more susceptible.
Consult a health professional at all times for guided advice.
Do the daily climate change headlines make you feel stressed, afraid or powerless? If so, you’re certainly not alone.
A growing number of people report feelings of loss, grief, worry and despair amid news that climate change is making natural disasters like hurricanes and wildfires worse and more common, that polar ice is melting faster than we thought and that we only have 12 years to prevent the most catastrophic effects of climate change.
Eco-Anxiety, which the APA describes as a “chronic fear of environmental doom,” isn’t listed anywhere in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, the handbook for diagnosing mental illnesses — but it has found its way into pop culture.
In an interview with The Sunday Times promoting his new solo album, Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke said that uncertainty stemming from societal issues like climate change is contributing to a rise in people’s anxiety and depression around the world. And a recent episode of the popular HBO drama Big Little Lies showed that children can be just as vulnerable to eco-anxiety as adults, as the 9-year-old daughter of one of the main characters has a panic attack at school and faints in a closet following a lesson about climate change.
“Her class is evidently talking about climate change, and she’s gotten the message that we’re doomed,” a school psychiatrist tells the main character afterward. A teacher adds that it’s important for the children to “deconstruct” climate change “so they can process it.”
Pop culture’s absorption of eco-anxiety shouldn’t come as a surprise — it’s capturing the zeitgeist of a U.S. under an administration that actively denies climate science despite widespread public belief.
In December 2018, a Yale University survey found that nearly 70 percent of Americans are at least “somewhat worried” about climate change, 49 percent feel “afraid” and 51 percent said they feel “helpless.” And a recent Harvard Public Opinion Project report found that 45 percent of young Americans believe climate change is a “crisis and demands urgent action.” One 2018 poll found that three quarters of millennials report that consuming negative media about climate change has had an impact on their mental health.
Even climate scientists and writers are feeling the effects of confronting the existential threat of climate change every day.
Peter Kalmus, a climate scientist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab, says that climate grief strikes unexpectedly, even on the job.
“In a millisecond, without warning, I’ll feel my throat clench, my eyes sting, and my stomach drop as though the Earth below me is falling away,” Kalmus wrote in Yes! Magazine. “During these moments, I feel with excruciating clarity everything that we’re losing — but also connection and love for those things.”
Meteorologist and climate journalist Eric Holthaus said he often finds himself “alternating between soul-crushing despair and headstrong hope” and that his “climate change blues” have affected his personal relationships and led him to seek therapy.
Unfortunately, studies have shown that fear is not always a good motivator and, especially in the case of an issue as large as climate change, it does not inspire genuine personal engagement on an individual level.
So what can you do to combat the symptoms of eco-anxiety?
In its 69-page report on the mental health effects of climate change, the APA recommends that its practitioners support individuals’ efforts to build resiliency, find personal meaning, and maintain connections to place and one’s culture, among other things. Climate-centric publication Grist recommends turning apathy into action by doing what you can on a personal level within your community.
University of Bath teaching fellow and member of the Climate Psychology Alliance Caroline Hickman says that our fear and anger are natural, appropriate reactions, but we can’t get stuck there.
The telecom industry has provided no scientific evidence that 5G is safe and there is research that already proves it isn’t (see 1, 2). Because of this, some government leaders have already declared moratoriums on installation (see 1, 2, 3).
Additional warnings about 5G have come from a variety of sources including:
- Meteorologists who fear that 5G frequencies will greatly reduce their ability to accurately predict the weather.
- Utility companies fear that 5G will interfere with their already problematic Smart Grids and Smart Meters.
- Security experts fear cyberattacks on the easily hacked 5G and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies could lead to catastrophic consequences (see 1, 2).
Unfortunately, this hasn’t stopped 5G installation everywhere – including in Canada – despite publicized opposition from doctors, scientists, and former Microsoft Canada president, Frank Clegg.
If the telecom industry won’t even defend 5G, shouldn’t we be concerned about anyone who does?
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We have seen how many of the Android apps have been caught indulging in malicious practices and the most recent study reveals exactly that. As per a new study, it is suggested that thousands of Android apps can access your data, irrespective of the permission given to the apps to access them.
So when we have denied the various apps access to our personal data, the apps will somehow still access our data.
The study suggests that Android apps get unauthorized access to user data with the help of covert and side channels.
For the uninitiated, covert channels allow apps to get permission to access user data from another app, and this process becomes easy as most of the apps are based on the same SDK (software development kit).
Additionally, various side channel vulnerabilities that exist in the Android system could be used to extract crucial information such as the MAC address of a user’s device with the use of C++ native code.
It is further suggested that many apps that use SDKs built by Baidu and Salmonads use the covert channel communication path to access the user’s IMEI number without his or her permission.
The unauthorized access to user data also involves access to the actual GPS coordinates of the device and geolocation data; the Shutterfly app has been found sharing geolocation data back to its servers.
You can read the study over here for a better understanding.
The researchers said they’d notified Google about the vulnerabilities in September last year. While Google did not comment on the study, it is suggested that Android Q would bring forth features to curb such security issues.