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医者に殺されない47の心得

 

医者に殺されない47の心得

近藤誠

新 書

 


 

医療と薬を遠ざけて、元気に、長生きする方法 [新書]

その薬と治療が命をちぢめる

第1位ベストセラー!


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読んでやめる精神の薬

 

読んでやめる精神の薬

浜六郎

単行本

 


 

病気がよくならないのは、

その薬のせいかもしれません。


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精神医療ダークサイド

 

精神医療ダークサイド

佐藤光展

講談社

 


 

警 告

これはフィクションではありません

ブラック精神科医たちの衝撃の実態


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絶望の裁判所

 

絶望の裁判所

瀬木比呂志

講談社

 

最高裁中枢の暗部を知る
元エリート裁判官
衝撃の告白!

裁判所の門をくぐる者は、一切の希望を捨てよ!
「司法制度改革」の謀略に法曹界騒然

 


 

内容紹介

裁判所、裁判官という言葉から、あなたは、どんなイメージを思い浮かべられるのだろうか? ごく普通の一般市民であれば、おそらく、少し冷たいけれども公正、中立、廉直、優秀な裁判官、杓子定規で融通はきかないとしても、誠実で、筋は通すし、出世などにはこだわらない人々を考え、また、そのような裁判官によって行われる裁判についても、同様に、やや市民感覚とずれるところはあるにしても、おおむね正しく、信頼できるものであると考えているのではないだろうか?

しかし、残念ながら、おそらく、日本の裁判所と裁判官の実態は、そのようなものではない。前記のような国民、市民の期待に大筋応えられる裁判官は、今日ではむしろ少数派、マイノリティーとなっており、また、その割合も、少しずつ減少 しつつあるからだ。

そして、そのような少数派、良識派の裁判官が裁判所組織の上層部に昇ってイニシアティヴを発揮する可能性も、ほとんど全くない。近年、 最高裁幹部による、裁判官の思想統制「支配、統制」が徹底し、リベラルな良識派まで排除されつつある。

33年間裁判官を務め、学者としても著名な著者が、知られざる裁判所腐敗の実態を告発する。情実人事に権力闘争、思想統制、セクハラ……、もはや裁判所に正義を求めても、得られるものは「絶望」だけだ。


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英語の本

 

Addiction by Prescription

 

Addiction by Prescription

One Woman's Triumph and Fight for Change

By Joan Gadsby

Paperback

January 1, 2005

 


 

In 1966, Joan Gadsby's four-year-old son died of a brain tumour. In response, her trusted family physician prescribed a “chemical cocktail” of tranquilizers, sleeping pills and anti-depressants - an act that initiated Gadsby's slow descent into an abyss of unrecognized addiction.

Gadsby has emerged from her addiction to become a tireless advocate for systematic change and accountability in the area of prescribed sedative/hypnotic drugs. She has interviewed thousands - from consumers to doctors to pharmaceutical representatives and government officials as she conducted extensive international research - in her quest to expose the shocking truth of the depth and breadth of addiction by prescription which affects hundreds of thousands of men and women worldwide.


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Worse Than Heroin

 

Worse Than Heroin

The Word’s Most Difficult Addiction Problem

By E. Robert Mercer

Paperback

 


 

The most pervasive drug problem in the world is not heroin, not crack, not crystal meth, not pot, not any of the illicit drugs. Combined with the brutal nature of its addiction and the time and difficulty involved in withdrawing, a legal classification of drugs is by far the worst. Given their legal status and widespread use, benzodiazepines are secretly taking away the lives of Americans and people in other western cultures as we increasingly turn to pills to heal us. Commonly known as tranquillizers, the effects of these highly addictive prescription drugs are ghastly. Withdrawing from them can be extraordinarily difficult, far beyond description. This is the true story of one man’s journey through dozens of relentless, horrific withdrawal symptoms to renewed health. These drugs are worse than heroin.


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Your Drug May Be Your Problem

 

Your Drug May Be Your Problem

How And Why To Stop Taking Psychiatric Medications

By M.D. Peter Breggin, M.D. and David Cohen, Ph.D.

Hardcover

 


 

Well over ten million Americans are prescribed a psychiatric medication annually, for symptoms as varied as headache and insomnia to depression and various psychiatric disorders. Unbelievably, many of these drugs have not been formally tested to treat the problems for which they have been prescribed. Scientifically documenting the need for an end to this vicious cycle of inadequate approval, mis-medication, and irresponsible inattention to adverse side effects, Breggin and Cohen advocate compassionate and non-toxic therapies, and offer readers a roadmap for sensible, safe withdrawal from psychiatric drugs.Whether the drug is a sleeping pill, tranquilizer, stimulant, antidepressant, mood stabilizer, or antipsychotic, Your Drug May Be Your Problem reveals its documented withdrawal symptoms, demonstrating what many doctors don’t know, understand, or consider: withdrawal symptoms often mimic the symptoms for which a person has been medicated in the first place, a fact that frequently prompts doctors to mistakenly re-medicate their patients at even higher doses. Armed with this essential background information, readers will then be able to choose for themselves when and how to withdraw from psychiatric drugs. Groundbreaking and empowering, Your Drug May Be Your Problem offers readers what they have long sought—a medically and psychologically sound program for freeing themselves from psychiatric drugs, emphasizing throughout the importance for patients to keep control over the withdrawal process.


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Benzo Blues

 

Benzo Blues

Overcoming Anxiety Without Tranquilizers

By Edward H. Drummond, M.D.

November 1, 1998

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Valium. Atvian. Xanax. These benzodiapezines or “benzos” are among the most routinely prescribed medications in our society, used to treat chronic anxiety in millions of people. But these drugs can actually prolong and aggravate anxiety, causing individuals to postpone dealing with core problems and to increasingly rely on addictive medication with extremely debilitating effects. Of the more than 30 million people who take these drugs, more than four million are addicted. Dr. Edward H. Drummond offers hope with a revolutionary program for overcoming chronic anxiety without the use of tranquilizers. His approach flies in the face of established practices, particularly at a time when health care programs offer dwindling support for psychotherapy, preferring the cheaper course of having patients medicate themselves. Certain to inspire controversy, Benzo Blues is the work of a visionary author out to challenge the medical establishment. Its publication will be greeted with enormous interest by the millions of people affected by these powerful drugs, all of whom will find a new way of dealing with a lifelong problem.


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The Xanaxian Report

 

The Xanaxian Report

By S.K. Torma

Paperback

 


 

Some people say that heroin is the worst drug in the world. Thankfully, they haven’t met Mr. Benzodiazepine. If they ever had the misfortune of meeting him, they would surely change their mind. When you open this book, you will step into a world of “Benzo Hell” caused by Xanax and her sisters. May God bring you back from these pages of a fiery “prescription drug” inferno: mentally sane and physically intact.

Reviews:

“Heartrending...” Professor C. Heather Ashton, DM, FRCP

“A gripping and emotional read...” Ross JM, the Trap Forums Admin


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このサイトの主要言語は英語です。裁判で使用された日本語の原文を除き、日本語はすべて翻訳となっています。

その翻訳は私自身を含む複数の人によって手がけられました。従って、品質やスタイルなどに違いが見られます。

私の母国語は日本語ではありませんので何卒ご理解いただきたくお願い致します。その結果として、日本語が不自然に響く箇所があるかと思いますが、どうぞご了承ください。

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Skeleton in the Closet

It seems the truths about the potential dangers of benzodiazepines are slowly coming out but with so many cases of prescription addiction / dependency worldwide there is clearly a long way to go.

Also, in my experience it appears as if addiction / dependency to prescription drugs leans toward a subject of taboo – almost as if society is succumbing to it.

However, is keeping these problems locked up in the closet going to help anyone or change anything?

At first it was difficult sharing my case and story online because it necessitated disclosing personal information, however, I felt the need to come out and help raise awareness outweighed this…

アイロニー

What are benzos for again?

The only time I’ve ever needed to visit a psychologist in my life was AFTER (wrongfully) being prescribed benzodiazepines…

Results Speak Volumes!!

I went from being barely able to walk when I was on benzodiazepines to being able to squat 180kgs following abstinence and rehabilitation.

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The Ashton Manual

アシュトンマニュアル:世界的な専門家、ヘザー・アシュトン教授によって書かれた、ベンゾジアゼピン系薬剤と離脱法についての解説書。

このマニュアル内で示された離脱スケジュールは単に“一般的な指針”を示すために作成されたものであることを、あなたの処方医に伝えることが大切です。離脱の経験は人それぞれで、同じものがない。離脱の経過は多くのファクター(要因)に影響されるからです。

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3/11

私はもともと、ベンゾジアゼピン処方による被害にあい、その上に東日本大震災にもあいました。震災にあった時に心配になったことは、トラウマに悩まされている被災地の多くの人たちが、ベンゾジアゼピンの処方をたくさん受けているのではないかということでした(今も心配しています)。

大震災の最中に、私はちょうど最高裁への上告理由書を書いていたところでした。せっかくでしたので、その機会を借りて、警鐘を鳴らそうと思い、下記の文を補記しました…

このセクションを読む

Favourite Word "Balance"

Throughout this entire ordeal, I came to realize the importance of “Balance”.

As pressing as the court deadlines were and as demanding as the case was, without maintaining a balance in life including rest, recreation, work, socializing, diet, sleep etc. it would have been impossible to sustain.

However, it was always a razor edge fine line between making progress and maintaining health and balance.

Subsequently, it took a lot of skill and adapting.

Alarming

Cause for Alarm!

Consider this extract from:

A Review of David Healy's “The Psycho-pharmacologists III” by Professor Heather Ashton

How is it that the pharmaceutical industry has come to dominate the field?

Healy points out that drug companies “are now not simply confined to finding drugs for diseases. They have the power to all but find diseases to suit the drugs they have”.

Pierre Simon (Sanofi Pharmaceuticals) remarks: “In the beginning the pharmaceutical industry was run by chemists.

This was not so bad... Now most of them are run by people with MBAs... people who could be the chief executive of Renault, Volvo or anything.

They don't know anything about drugs.” The problem comes when a chemist presents an interesting drug to the financial analyst, who asks: “What is the market?”

The chemist has to decide for what indication the drug will be developed. If the indication is not there, it must be created.

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