In Memory of Thomas Szasz

Yesterday we heard the news, and today we got confirmation that Thomas Szasz passed away at the age of 92. He was a great man, a psychiatrist who criticized the entire psychiatric industry for the coercive "treatments," who stood Read more

Doctors Admit Antidepressants Increase Risk for Preterm Birth and Seizures, And Yet...

In a May 23, 2012 study published in the journal Epidemiology, researchers from Yale & Tufts, among others, found that antidepressants, not depression, increase the risk of preterm birth. This study looked at the effects of antidepressants on the Read more

Welcome to Unite for Life

The mission of UNITE is to bring together existing groups and individuals who are already working to educate and reform and help them become more unified towards the common goal of preventing death and harm from psychiatric drugs, electroshock, and other dangerous “treatments.”

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Here are the facts!
Fact #1 Fact #1
Antidepressants are no more effective at treating depression than a sugar pill. Yet you are at least twice as likely to commit suicide while taking an antidepressant as you are taking a placebo, according to the FDA black box suicide warning on antidepressant drugs. Antidepressants can also cause serotonin syndrome. For more information on the dangers of elevating serotonin, click here.
Fact #2 Fact #2
A psychiatric label can mean dying 25 years or more earlier. A 16 state study revealed increased morbidity and mortality of those diagnosed with serious mental disorders. The study particularly pointed the finger at atypical antipsychotic drugs for causing preventable conditions such as weight gain, diabetes, insulin resistance, and metabolic syndrome.
Fact #4 Fact #4
Haldol, Mellaril, and Risperdal cause two to five times more cardiac arrythmia, sudden death, and overall death than comparison groups.
Fact #6 Fact #6
Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome: Muscular rigidity, high fever, unstable blood pressure, and changes in cognition, including agitation, delerium, and coma.