A new study has shown that Americans now are more aggressive than ever before, due to the amount of dangerous chemicals consumed in antidepressants, and in the heavy metals contained within the water and air supply.
Heavy metals, such as lead and mercury, can cause brain damage and psychotic disorders. Anti-depressants change the function of the brain, which has led to more acts of aggression and cruelty in the population than ever before.
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, antidepressants are among the three most prescribed classes of medications. Almost all antidepressants can also increase the risk of suicidal thoughts and behavior.
A recent study in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry found that more than 67 percent of those taking antidepressants, did not meet the criteria for major depressive disorders.
About 38 percent of those taking heavy antidepressants have never been diagnosed as patients with major depressive disorders, generalized anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic disorder or social phobia.
In fact, any drug is made to alter brain chemistry and can thus change human behavior for worse.
Heavy metals have infiltrated the environment and can now be found almost everywhere – from air to soil and household products, electronics, and even sewage sludge. All this lead to irreversible changes in the behavior of American citizens, researchers believe.