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Get to the Root of the Cause

Mental health medication may be helpful and even necessary for many people.  However, in many cases medication may address only the symptoms we experience such as sadness, pain, and anxiety.  Addressing symptoms can make treatment more bearable but may also mask the underlying cause of the symptoms.  One must also consider the side effects, financial burden, and possible health risks involved.  If you are taking mental health related medication please consult your doctor or Psychologist and seek Counseling in order to explore solutions for healing.  

Know the Facts:

1. Medication interactions -

"Use of prescription medications has skyrocketed in the past 25 years; almost half of all Americans report taking at least one prescription drug. One in 10 Americans report taking five or more drugs in the past month, a phenomenon known as polypharmacy. Polypharmacy is of particular concern because some people, especially seniors, may take drugs that interact badly with one another. Polypharmacy can also cause people to confuse their dosages, timing and medications."

2. More deadly than illegal drugs -

"Overdose deaths caused by prescription drugs now surpass the combined total of overdose deaths caused by illegal drugs such as heroin or cocaine."

Are Medications the Answer?