FDA Documents Confirm That People Who Smoke Have Mental Illness. Employers Avoid Hiring Smokers Due To Concerns About Mental Problems

FDA Documents Confirm That People Who Smoke Have Mental Illness. Employers Avoid Hiring Smokers Due To Concerns About Mental Problems

 

To put a new drug on the market costs billions of dollars. It is expensive because every possible reason, theory, idea or systemic cause of the health issue, and possible resolutions, must be researched and, massively, documented.

In the case of a drug to stop smoking, the researchers had to disclose that, by waving your cigarette around in public, people who smoke are publicly displaying a glowing sign that they are mentally unsound. The same process that creates trailer-park meth addicts begins with teenage smoking.

Chantix is a prescription medication that together with outside support enables you to stop smoking. Unlike traditional nicotine replacement therapies, Chantix doesn’t contain any nicotine. It targets the nicotine addiction centers in your brain and stops the nicotine from making you as much of an addict. It does this by finding out that you have a natural inclination towards addiction, poor impulse control and bad judgement and throws up a delay mechanism to slow down those dumb deeds in your mind.

Cigarette companies have posted hundreds of thousands of blogs claiming that Chantix doesn’t work but those are “doubt” sites as shown in the feature film: “Merchants of Doubt”.

As one Doctor says: “When people try to quite cigarettes they get a depressive episode. This is one of the proofs that users of cigarettes have mental problems. Many of my patients who leave alcohol or nicotine end up with a very bad depressive episode. And depressive episodes can have such irritability and aggressiveness as well. Its an overt expression of helplessness. I have noticed that these symptoms reduce on starting the person on bupropion i.e. a NDRI antidepressant. As such bupropion has a role in smoking cessation. Further there is also an option of cognitive behavioral therapy. This therapy involves some 8-10 sessions trying to explore the various cognitions which are troubling the patients while therapist tries to correct them. Chantix may not be responsible for such symptoms “ – Dr. Srikanth Reddy M.D. H

FDA records of the Chantix FDA application prove, scientifically, through billions of dollars of studies with huge numbers of actual people, that cigarettes are a sign of brain dysfunction. Chantix is pretty much Prozac for smokers.

Men’s magazines warn men to never marry a woman who smokes but to always expect to have indiscriminant sex with one. This means that the magazine is saying that women who smoke are unsound for long term relationships but easy to get drunk and have quick sex with because they have no impulse control.

Women’s magazines warn women against men who smoke for, both, long-term marriage and to watch out for their tendency towards quick sex and STD’s.

It is shown that Cigarette, Tobacco, Alcohol, Coffee and Donut companies are fully aware of this, base their business plans and profits on this fact, and use manipulation of a scientifically known, proven, public weakness to make money. In many cases, these companies receive state and federal taxpayer subsidies. This means they take your tax money and use your money to make you addicted to things that are known to destroy your life.

What is the lesson? Don’t smoke. If you are smoking, know that you have a bigger problem than bad breath and yellow teeth. You need to see a psychological expert to help with your addiction. It is deeper than you imagine and affects all of your life.

Another federal study confirmed an even more frightening aspect of cigarettes. This study came from the most unexpected source and it got out because the source was not a mouth that the cigarette companies already had their hand clamped over.

This revelation came the U.S. Secret Service.

“SOMEONE TRIED TO KILL THE PRESIDENT WITH A POISONED LETTER!!!!!”

The headlines screamed out the latest terrorist threat…. Or was it?

An old man had sent a U.S. mail letter to The President and filled it with CYANIDE!!!!!???

The Horror! The Unspeakable Crime! The Heinous Audacity!

EXCEPT FOR ONE THING!.. It wasn’t the old man who created the cyanide attack on the White House, it was Phillip Morris.

It turned out that the poor old codger was a smoker. His crime had been nothing more than licking the flap of the envelope. It turns out the cigarette companies put cyanide compositions in all their cigarettes.

SO… The Horror! The Unspeakable Crime! The Heinous Audacity!… Was delivered by the Cigarette companies and not by this poor old guy.

It was proven by the most, elaborate, sophisticated forensic chemical analysis that the FBI, DEA and Secret Service are capable of on the planet. The facts are inarguable. Cigarettes have, not only, a natural ability to screw up your brain, they also have extra goodies in them, designed to kill you.

You have to, facetiously, wonder if the cigarette companies are actually not just a Russian stealth attack on American’s. What an insidious way to destroy millions of Americans.

Cigarettes are bad for people, society and brains; in ways that are way worse than we thought. We need people to recognize that they need expert help to get off these addictions.

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