Jäätynyt ATK-Tuukka wrote: ↑09 Feb 2020, 23:39Jotenkin en jaksa uskoa "low dose benzos", ohjeidenmukainen käyttö ja vakava riippuvuus -yhdistelmään. Haastattelemani asiantuntijalääkärin mukaan bentsot eivät ole suositusten mukainen hoito ahdistuneisuuteen pitkällä aikavälillä. Mutta mikäpä minä olen psykologian professoria epäilemään!Pöydällä nakki ja pullo vodkaa wrote: ↑08 Feb 2020, 21:53kuningasmeninisti jordan peterson on venäjällä kuntoutuksessa kun tuli vedettyä bentsoja urakalla
national post wrote:Jordan Peterson is recovering from a severe addiction to benzodiazepine tranquilizers and was recently near death in an induced coma, his daughter Mikhaila said.
He is being treated at a clinic in Russia after being repeatedly misdiagnosed at several hospitals in North America, she said.
Jordan Peterson has only just come out of an intensive care unit, Mikhaila said. He has neurological damage, and a long way to go to full recovery. He is taking anti-seizure medication and cannot type or walk unaided, but is “on the mend” and his sense of humour has returned.
Ööh, bentsoja ruoka-aineen aiheuttaman autoimmuunireaktion laukaisemaan ahdistukseen. Juujuu, aiva aiva... Ja sitten vaan ihan normiannostuksilla hermosto sekasin. Kyllä kyllä.
Ettei nyt vaan ihan pikkasen olis paskapuheita seassa?
The University of Toronto psychologist who became an intellectual hero to a global audience by aligning self-help theory with anti-progressive politics was first prescribed the medication a few years ago to treat anxiety after what Mikhaila described as an autoimmune reaction to food. His physical dependence on it became apparent to his family last April, when his wife Tammy was diagnosed with cancer.
His conditioned worsened through the winter, Mikhaila said. He was driven to thoughts of suicide by a movement disorder called akathisia, a well known side effect of various drugs for mental illnesses. It is a sense of restlessness and an inability to sit still.
“It became apparent that he was experiencing a paradoxical reaction to the medication, meaning the benzos did the opposite of what they’re supposed to do. These reactions are rare but are not unheard of,” Mikhaila said in the script for a video shared with the National Post.