The Chemical Imbalance, Genetics & Biology of Bipolar Disorder: Myths of Psychiatry

Sean at bipolarorwakingup has a new video:

bipolarMost, if not all of what most people think about the relationship between genetics, chemical imbalance theory and bipolar disorder is pure myth. This video explains why.

Below the video is a list of links to more information about the chemical imbalance myth.

And from Beyond Meds on the topic of the chemical imbalance myth:

A collection of links that speak particularly to the idea that mental illness is NOT best explained via a chemical imbalance in the brain:

●  The chemical imbalance myth (mental health): — by Chris Kresser

●  Chemical imbalance myth takes a big public fall (no, antidepressants do NOT correct an imbalance of serotonin, nor do other psychiatric drugs correct anything at all)

●  Depression is not a disease

●  “The chemical imbalance theory of mental disorders was disproven long ago”

●  Bipolar Medication Myths — Joanna Moncrieff MD

●  An Interview with Joanna Moncrieff: The Myth of the Chemical Cure

●  Biopsychiatry: a critique

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