The Marketing of Madness: Are We All Insane? - This documentary film starts with a brief history of psychiatry and psychology, their definitions, and types of treatment including shock and chemical treatment. This film is based on the psychiatric drug industry. It highlights high income affiliation between psychiatrists and drug companies that have $80 billion selling profit through drug business. In other words, drugs are sold just with the profit motive, and without caring for human health or life.
The Marketing of Madness: Are We All Insane? - This three-part documentary film exposes the truth behind the professional marketing schemes and scientific deception that mask unsafe and often fatal sales campaigns. It reveals that some of the psychotropic medicines given to kids are more addictive and harmful than Cocaine. This discovery is indeed shocking. Thus, several side-effects of psychotropic medicines usually worsen psychological illnesses. In addition, psychiatric medicine can stimulate violence or depression in patients.
The most interesting as well as the most shocking thing in this film is psychiatric diagnoses. Psychiatric diagnoses are apparently based on unconvinced science. Digging deep into the facts and exposing how unconvincing are psychiatrists’ diagnoses – and how secure are their medicines? – Out of 297 Psychiatric disorders, not a single one can be objectively measured by any type of pathological testing. In fact, doctors follow certain types of diagnostic and statistical manual which is not the sure shot way of diagnosis. This leads to many mentally normal people taking harmful psychiatric drugs just because their doctor thinks that they are ill, and in this way large profits are transferred to pharmaceutical companies. It is expected that over 100 million people around the globe use psychotropic drugs.
The Marketing of Madness: Are We All Insane? - Thus this documentary film convinces the viewers that the real madness lies in our psychiatric ‘health care’ organizations. It exposes the corrupt drug industry, and gives an outrageous warning by quoting the experts who value human health more than the dollar bills.
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