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   Sep 30

Detox from Unnessasry Drugs

Treated a patient who was very ill but the problem was not a pretext, but what was ruining the life was the on-medication with psychotropic drugs, said: "I earn my living detoxifying patients." The National Institute of Statistics and Censuses (INDEC) certifies that the remedies with higher turnover in that country are those for the nervous system. Marcelo Peretta, the College of Pharmacists and Biochemists of Federal Capital, says: "Overall, we see little respect for psychotropic drugs that are at risk and can create dependency." For July Moizeszowicz, people who seek to alleviate anxiety and depression states often turn to the fastest way to consider attacking the symptom, rather than directly confront the cause. Juan Carlos Crovetto, director of the College of Pharmacists, said that "people taking psychotropic almost as if they were a treat. You see it every day at the pharmacy counter." In England there have been reactions. The teacher in psicofarmologia, Heather Ashton of Newcastle University, has written to Health Minister Rosie Winterton, to make the point that the makers of long-term benzodiazepines were not being treated properly. She admitted that "the abuse of benzodiazepines is a huge problem." The problem is that patients do not believe they have a condition that merits addiction detoxification that, says Ashton, is quite strong (The Evening Chronicle). Magazine Woman's Magazine, published on May 8, 2007, which in England are written more than 20 million prescriptions for benzodiazepines year. Karen LowLos also describes a patient who became addicted, said he could not remove them despite being told that their treatment was not for more than four weeks.

Pam Armstrong, the Council for Information on Antidepressants Tranquilisers and says they receive about 120 addicts a week. Naturally there are experts who disagree with this and Dr Rupal Shah, who practices in Battersea, England, says that "there is strict supervision as we prescribe." Regardless of the veracity of what some suggest, in Argentina, England and other countries, the case is careful not to fall victim to the misuse of benzodiazepines because they can directly impair the quality of life and therefore the decision-making. It is also important not to unreasonably prolonged use, not self-prescribed and be informed of the advantages and disadvantages of treatment. Justin Menkes, who has published in Harvard Business Review, has put on the agenda for discussion the lucidity and intelligence for business people and argues that it is in the quality of thought which conceived the great business strategy. In respect of business intelligence, Patricia Russo, President of Lucent Technologies, says, "people who have it is rare to find, but if you can assemble a team with clarity of thought, the possibilities are endless." Andrea Jung, President of Avon, says that the clarity of thought is the most important variable to look in their top executives: "I have seen little correlation between formal education and those with clarity of thought, some do, some do not." In short, the message is to care for the clarity of thought and cleaning the biochemical process of people, if not for health, another for decision-making. There will be cases where the use of benzodiazepines is justified and saves a person, and also where it will fall into the abuse and understatement. This is mounted on the world trend toward the balance of life, the balance between the different dimensions of individuals beyond the professional, familial, social, personal, health and of course, as the body-mind is the primary tool of life they have.

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