After decades of research, it has been discovered that a very common link between extreme types of personality disorder traits, high conflict divorce, and the overwhelming need to control while also attempting to completely eliminate or erase the other parent and their entire side of the family tree can be related to the short or long term usage of prescription pills related to insomnia, anxiety, depression, chronic fatigue, and severe pain.
The vast majority of Controller personality types usually deal with some form of anxiety in their lives. The overwhelming need to control others closest to them in their life is typically related to a subliminal abandonment fear trigger where they feel unworthy of love. As such, they are fearful that their spouse or children will leave them, so they must be controlled as tightly as possible. A controlling parent or a pathologically jealous spouse who sends out 50 to 100 texts per day trying to find out about their loved one’s whereabouts is a common warning sign for an anxious and fearful Controller personality.
Ironically, their “abandon or be abandoned” mentality where they are likely to intentionally or unintentionally push others away becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy in that the create what they fear most. Once their DARVO (Deny, Attack, Reverse Victim and Offender) perceptions kick in for the Controllers, they may blame and attack others for the relationship split that they created in the first place. Additionally, they will try to isolate and emotionally and / or financially weaken their perceived opponents who they once loved partly by attempting to turn the children against the targeted parent and other members of his or her family tree.
People with personality disorder traits tend to have shortened R.E.M. (Rapid Eye Movement) stages during their sleep patterns. R.E.M. is our deepest state of sleep. With less time in the R.E.M. state of sleep, then insomnia, depression, anxiety, and pain may possibly follow. Insomnia is thought to be the #1 cause of psychiatric problems worldwide because sleep is when our bodies and brains heal.
Prescription pills can be the equivalent of a “chemical lobotomy” for some short or long-term users in that it can change a person’s once bubbly and cheerful personality characteristics into a person who is more depressed, paranoid, and emotionally numb to both positive and negative events and situations in his or her life. Many times, the person may isolate themselves, develop agoraphobic habits where they rarely leave their home, and he or she will pull back from close family and friend relationships. This same person is most likely to become paranoid or anxious about the person who is closest to them in their respective life such as their spouse or significant other (their figurative mirror for their own internal emotions) as opposed to a stranger.
Is the act of “splitting” someone such as a spouse, close friend, or a loving parent by a child potentially chemically induced somewhat akin to a zapped mind with an electroshock or a surgical lobotomy treatment in many of these cases? How does a person go from “all good” to “all bad” almost overnight in spite of a solid track record of years or decades of positive relationship memories? Why have Parental Alienation perceptions and High Conflict Divorce Cases skyrocketed right alongside the increased usage of Pharma products for a high majority of Americans today? Is there a potential link between ADHD-like drugs and Parental Alienation perceptions in children?
Sleeping and Anxiety Pills
Since insomnia, anxiety, and pain are usually linked to one another, a person suffering from these health issues may be taking two, three, or more pills simultaneously together. Let’s address prescription sleeping pill risks first in this section. Interestingly, Ambien and Lunesta (another sleeping pill) were the first two prescription pills in U.S. history for all types of prescription pills categories where the FDA suggested that the dosage amounts be cut in half due to the high percentage rate of consumer complaints, especially for women.
Ambien is literally described as being included within a class of medications known as Hypnotic drugs. It was first approved by the FDA in 1992. It was originally designed to be used for a very short period of time to combat insomnia. Ambien was thought to be much better back then as a replacement sleeping drug for Halcion, which had been linked to causing addiction behaviors, psychosis, and even suicide.
Ambien is described by their makers as a drug that activates the amino acid and neurotransmitter GABA (Gamma-aminobutyric acid). GABA is the second most prevalent neurotransmitter in the brain. Neurotransmitters are natural brain chemicals that are needed for the synapses to transfer information in our brain (or “brain messengers for thoughts and emotions”). With a sufficient supply of GABA, we are more calm, related, and tranquil. Conversely, an insufficient level of GABA can make the person anxious, paranoid, and quite fearful.
Even though Ambien, manufactured by the French company named Sanofi (their vaccine division, Sanofi Pasteur, is listed as the world’s largest vaccine manufacturer and #1 flu vaccine maker), and several other sleeping pills may be classified as being listed in the hypnotic class of drugs that doesn’t sound too appealing, these hypnotic class drugs activate and bind the GABA neurotransmitters in almost the same way as the benzodiazepines (“benzos”) such as Xanax and Valium. The extra GABA activity that is triggered by both the hypnotic and benzodiazepine drug classes may inhibit the neuron activity that is tied to insomnia as it also slows down one’s brain function and overall cognitive skills in somewhat of a zombie-like fashion. As a result, the side effects can be almost identical for certain sleeping pills and benzo drugs. This is partly why Ambien has been described over the years as causing “Benzo-like symptoms.”
There are numerous published reports from Mainstream Media and various medical and health related sites around the world that note some of the most common reported side (or direct) effects caused by the usage of sleeping or anxiety pills for both short and long term usages. These symptoms can include even after just one day the following:
- Insomnia (yes, sleeping pills that are purchased for insomnia even may list “insomnia” as a side effect on their own box)
- Personality changes
- Worsened or new personality disorder traits
- Hypnotic sleep driving
- Hypnotic sleep eating
- Suicidal thoughts
The video below from The Huffington Post is entitled 6 Facts That Prove Ambien is More Dangerous Than You Think:
Fact 1: #1 drug associated with complex sleep behaviors (and an amnesiac)
Fact 2: #1 sleeping pill in blood and toxicology reports for suicides
Fact 3: #1 for traumatic brain injuries (aka “chemical lobotomies”)
Fact 4: #1 pill cited in criminal defense cases (defendants blame the pill)
Fact 5: 1st pill in U.S. history to have dosage amounts cut in half as recommended by the FDA (women, especially)
Fact 6: #1 pill for emergency room visits
6 Facts That Prove Ambien is More Dangerous Than You Think:
Dr. Armon B. Neel Jr. has written about the dangers of Ambien and Xanax for the 50+ year old readers of AARP Magazine (formerly known as American Associated of Retired Persons) that especially include hypnotic sleepwalking, bipolar or manic-depressive disorder, memory loss, dementia, and suicidal thoughts. If both medications are used at the same time, Dr. Neel writes that a person’s central nervous system can be slowed down to the point where their heart stops beating and they die.
SSRIs, Antidepressants, Amphetamines, and Pain Pills
The use of prescription drugs classified as an SSRI (Selective Serotonin-Reuptake Inhibitor) has been shown to cause psychosis, suicidal beliefs and actions, depression, and causing users to go on crime sprees as highlighted by so many school and workplace shootings that were later linked to the gunman’s SRRI dependency. Paxil, Prozac, and Zoloft are three of the best known SSRI pills that are used by millions of people around the world. Many people who are in romantic or close family relationships are the most likely to see the personality changes in their loved ones should they have any of these common adverse reactions.
Pills like Adderall for ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) traits that are described as a combination of the central nervous system stimulants (Ritalin is another type as well) called amphetamine and dextroamphetamine, fluoridated antibiotics like Cipro and Levaquin, and pain pills such as Percocet, OxyContin, Vicodin, Norco, and other opiates can all cause a wide number of health problems just like with SSRIs, sleeping pills, and benzo drugs. Did one or more types of pills in any drug class later cause the worsened personality changes? To best answer this question, the person who is closest to the pill user is probably the most qualified to answer it.
Meth and Adderall are The Same Drug – Dr. Carl Hart (Neuroscientist)
“Medication can definitely change people’s personalities, and change them quite substantially.” – Tony Z. Tang, PhD (A Psychology Professor at Northwestern University)
Americans consume 80% of all pain pills and up to 99% of hydrocodone (a stronger form of an opioid) on the entire planet. There are now more Americans taking prescription pain pills than there are cigarette smokers. 80% of people who get hooked on heroin first started out with prescription pain pills. The #1 cause of death for Americans today under the age of 50 is related to prescription pills with pain pills leading the way by a large margin. Drug overdose is the leading cause of accidental death in the U.S. for all age categories.
Substance-abuse disorders reportedly impact 20.8 million Americans, which is about the same number of Americans fighting diabetes and almost 150% higher than Americans battling with cancer. While the endorphins in our brains are natural and healing opioids that help reduce our pain and feel happy, the opioids found in pill bottles are damaging and splitting up loving relationships and families, tragically. Fearful people are the easiest to control as well as the most likely to try to control others around them partly since they can’t control their own emotions that overwhelm them. Do you think more with a loving heart or fearful brain?
Fluoridated Pills and Iodine Solutions
Many types of prescription pills contain synthetic “fluoride” (literally akin to melted aluminum) and / or some other type of negative Halogen like chlorine or bromine. The negative Halogens compete with the healing and positive Halogen called iodine. If the body has too many negative Halogens, then it will flush out healing iodine (body’s main “fuel” for a healthy thyroid, adrenal, brain, and rest of the body). Rats and humans share similar brains. Yet, synthetic “fluoride” (natural fluoride, however, that is found in rivers does have some healing benefits) may literally be the sole ingredient used in rat poison while Pharma markets it as healing to people. Some of the most common types of fluoridated pills include brand names for antidepressants like Prozac, Paxil, and Luvox.
Key point: Iodine is the body’s natural disinfectant which flushes out harmful viruses and parasites that are typically the root cause of most health challenges today. The female hormone, Estrogen, blocks women’s complete absorption of the healing iodine nutrient. This is primarily whey women are 1,000% or 10 times more likely than men to have hypothyroidism (or a weak thyroid) issues. A weak thyroid, in turn, can weaken the adrenal glands and other components in the Autonomic Nervous System prior to causing severe insomnia, depression, and anxiety behaviors.
Iodine supplements may be the best antidote to flush toxic negative Halogens like fluorine, chlorine, and bromine and harmful viruses out of the body prior to boosting the immune system to heal the body and mind. To learn more about the importance of iodine, this video linked below is very informative:
Dr. Brownstein talks about the importance of Iodine
Fluoride is magnetically attracted to a person’s Pineal gland (aka “3rd eye” or “Human WiFi” system) where it clogs it up and disconnects a person from self and others around them. It’s like throwing a magnetic blanket onto a computer Wi-Fi system. If you can visualize this aluminum blanket, then how strong will the connection be for the computer or communications system? In many ways, it’s also like how a virus infection can make a computer system or person’s overall system crash partly due to very poor receptions and connections.
Few medications today are reported to cause so many severe and crippling health reactions than fluoridated (or fluoroquinolone) antibiotic products. The public interest in fluoridated antibiotics such as Cipro began to rapidly accelerate shortly after the mailed anthrax (a bacterial disease that originates with sheep, cattle, and other natural sources) scare around the time of 9/11 back in 2001. Seemingly overnight, the prescription pill name Cipro (priced at only $7 per pill at the time) became an almost household name that was clearly recognizable to millions of Americans due to the claims that Cipro helped protect against anthrax exposure even though it had been around since as far back as 1983. At or near its peak for prescription numbers, one estimate had the number of global Cipro prescriptions as high as 280 million.
Cipro (or ciprofloxacin), Avelox, Floxin, Levaquin, and other fluoridated antibiotics continue to be prescribed in many parts of the world as of early 2017 in spite of the fact that almost half of the fluoroquinolone products that used to be sold to the general public were later removed or banned due to their severe side effects. These fluoridated antibiotics that were not allowed to be prescribed any longer included Raxar, Omniflox, Trovan, Tequin, and Zagam.
Linked below is an open letter to Congressman Holt from Dr. Jay Cohen that touches upon the horrifically life-changing reactions to fluoridated antibiotics such as Cipro, Levaquin, and other types of fluoroquinolone antibiotic products:
“Dear Congressman Holt,
Thank you for taking the time to speak with people concerned about, or injured from, reactions associated with fluoroquinolone antibiotics (e.g. Levaquin, Cipro, Floxin, Tequin). I am the author of a study about severe, long-term fluoroquinolone reactions published in the December 2001 issue of the Annals of Pharmacotherapy.
These severe reactions are occurring in patients who are usually healthy, active, and young. Most often, the antibiotics are prescribed for mild infections such as sinusitis, urinary or prostate infections. Most reactions occur very quickly, sometimes with just a few doses of the fluoroquinolone antibiotic. Reactions are acute, severe, frightening, and often disabling.
Since the publication of my article with its 45 cases two and a half years ago, I have received emails from more than 100 people seeking help for their reactions. In most cases, their doctors have dismissed their complaints or outright denied that the reactions could occur with fluoroquinolones.
Yet extensive medical workups do not find any other cause. Worse, there are no known effective treatments. Thus, these people suffer pain and disability for weeks, months, and years.
I hope you will look seriously at this problem and respond accordingly. These people need your help. This is a largely preventable problem.
Jay S. Cohen, M.D.
Departments of Family and Preventive Medicine and of Psychiatry
University of California, San Diego
Listed below are some of the most commonly reported side (direct) effects caused by short or long term fluoridated antibiotic usage:
Hallucinations, Depression, Blindness or Retinal Detachment, Psychotic Reactions, Painful Rashes, Hearing Problems, Peripheral Neuropathy, Gastrointestinal (or Gut) Damage, Destroyed Tendons, Joints, and Bones, and Death
In Dr. Jay Cohen’s 2001 study in regard to the dangers of fluoridated antibiotics, the number #1 most common symptom experienced by users surveyed in 91% of the cases were as follows:
“Nervous system symptoms occurred in 91 percent of patients (pain, tingling and numbness, dizziness, malaise, weakness, headaches, anxiety and panic, loss of memory, psychosis)”
10 Craziest Drugs You’ve Never Heard Of
1. Scopolamine (aka “Devil’s Breath”)
10. Etorphine (can knock out an elephant)
10 Craziest Drugs You’ve Never Heard Of
Acetaminophen is listed as the most common ingredient found in over-the-counter non-prescription and prescription drugs today; it was first discovered back in 1877. It is best known as the active ingredient in Tylenol and other headache and pain-relief medications.
In 2016, researchers from The Ohio State University discovered that not only does acetaminophen dull physical pain; it also reduces our ability to predict or see pain in others and empathize with the other person’s negative emotions or situation. Diminished empathy skills are one of the most common traits for personality and developmental disorders such as Borderline and Narcissistic Personality Disorders and Autism traits. Acetaminophen is thought to be included in at least 600 medicines in America, and is quite popular in Europe under the name of Paracetamol.
Acetaminophen / Empathy link article:
Empathy Is Killed by Popular Painkiller Found in 600 Different Drugs
“Chill Pills” and You
For anyone who believes in the healing benefits claimed by Big Pharma for their products, most of these products were designed by their manufacturers to be “short-term” as opposed to taken for years or decades. A healthier diet, exercise, laughter, energetic music set at the most healing frequencies, and activities that inspire people to reconnect with loved ones and friends are usually much more healing options than taking products with hundreds of reported side effects.
All connections with self and others are related to positive or negative frequencies. Which types of frequencies surround you the most on a daily basis? To quickly change your state of being and perceptions, please change your frequencies.
30 minute loop of Barber – Adagio for Strings (A = 432 Hz)
People usually reach for Pharma products to change their feelings or state of frequency being. Yet, all forms of healing, perceptions, and feelings originate from within as opposed to from one’s medicine cabinet. Hugs and reconnected relationship bonds heal people much more quickly than any drug offered by Big Pharma as noted in this brilliant speech below which includes these words of wisdom:
“The opposite of addiction is not sobriety; the opposite of addiction is connection.”
Everything you think you know about addiction is wrong by Johann Hari
When you reach the proverbial fork in the road called Life, please make sure to choose the road covered with love, laughter, healing nutrients, and light as opposed to fear, anger, toxins, and darkness. Hugs, not drugs!!!