How the Establishment Media Promotes Taking SSRIs While Admitting the Low Serotonin Hypothesis is False

Executive Summary

  • SSRIs are based on the hypothesis that depression is due to low serotonin levels.
  • This hypothesis has been disproven, but the establishment media says this does not matter. 


After the low serotonin/chemical imbalance hypothesis was disproven, the establishment media told their readers that this was meaningless, and that the public should keep taking antidepressants that increase serotonin levels.

Gaslighting From Drugs.com

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