Posted by: whatsyrproblem | March 7, 2009

Some Interesting Info on Schizophrenia and Mental Health.

ph-numbJust looking  through a few sites and found a few different articles I found interesting.

An article on people under mental health.  Australian article.

Norman Swan:
What are the key findings?

D’Arcy Holman: First of all, people who are using mental health services have a life expectancy in their 50s.

Norman Swan: Their life expectancy is in their 50s?

D’Arcy Holman: That is correct, yes.

Norman Swan: So you would have lived to somewhere between 50 and 60 years old as opposed to 79 or 82?

D’Arcy Holman: That’s right, on average. That means that their death rate is about 2-1/2 times the rest of the population, which is a very large difference. I mean that’s the sort of difference between Australia and a Third World country for example.



By Marilyn Elias, USA TODAY

Adults with serious mental illness treated in public systems die about 25 years earlier than Americans overall, a gap that’s widened since the early ’90s when major mental disorders cut life spans by 10 to 15 years, according to a report due Monday.


People with serious mental illness die at age 51, on average, compared with age 76.

Interesting that now its 25 years earlier and not 10-15 years as was at a much earlier date, and they say they have made breakthroughs in treatment and medication?  This kinda says quite the opposite.

No medical tests for schizophrenia exist.

Over a 10-year period, 39 out of 88 patient on antipsychotic drugs died. Reduced survival was associated with the administration of two or more neuroleptics at the same time, and time since withdrawal of antipsychotics (over time, patients kept on drugs became burdened with chronic physical illness, so much so that it replaced the “psychiatric disorder as the primary focus of medical care.”) The final pathway to early death was global medical decline and death from respiratory illness.

And what about the side effects from the medication they give people, does the REAL truth of that ever come out?  Billion dollar industry.

Just a few interesting snippets.

The above photo is of a list of numbers. This was written  10 years ago. It is the original paper written on. This was just one day of harassment on my phone. This is the sort of thing I was classified as having a mental problem over.  These numbers were programmed up on my phone on a daily basis, nearly all the numbers are the same, only the last digit or 2 last digits are different. They run in sequence. If you tried to ring any of these numbers back you only got the disconnected signal. Harassment, this was only one form of it. The harassment continued on for years, and is now continuing on with the computer all the time. Some of the smart comments I have had left on here and another blog,  the pattern is the same, identical, with the IP addresses, running in sequence. And they sure seem to know both the blogs belong to me. Stalking.  When does the person doing the stalking get classified with the mental illness and not the bloody victim??? I ended up with 3 phones, and it didn’t make a scrap of difference. Each one was interferred with simultaneously.  I moved interstate, and the same thing happened with my telephone after I moved.  Different name to. I invite you to look at you tube under user pardar2x.  To see other forms of harassment, etc.

One time in my unit I said to myself? By myself, You’ve driven me half way round the bend why don’t you finish it off. Within half a minute my phone started ringing, and rang non-stop over 200 times in the next day and half, just ring ring stop, on and on.  For what reason this? None.


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