Monday, 28 November 2016

Traumatic Brain Injury causes Erectile Dysfunction

Traumatic Brain Injury causes Erectile Dysfunction at the same rate as psychiatric drugs. 1 in 2 will have trouble receiving sexual arousal signals from the brain.

At the same rate as psychiatric drugs, more than 1 in 2. In exactly the same way, who would have known it! Well actually some people. Psychiatrist Peter Breggin refers to these drugs that change the brain (and no I won't call them medications) as neurotoxins and recommends you go look up the neurotoxin websites for comparisons, he thinks you might be not so suprised. Oh my god what a suprise, isn't that exactly what 'antidepressants' selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, mono amine oxadise inhibitors and 'antipsychotics' cough major tranquilizers do! Anyway it's not like a regular dose of avoiding the truth ever upset anyones dinner so lets just continue on like a sticky fart catching fire.

Traumatic Brain Injury or TBI is very serious brain damage. I almost can't believe the damage from 'mental health' drugs is the same, oh wait, yes I can.

 "Changes to sexual behaviour after traumatic brain injury (TBI)
Common changes in sexual behaviour after a traumatic head injury include:

  • Reduced libido – about half of people with a traumatic head injury experience a drop in sex drive. The remainder experience increased libido or no change at all.
  • Erectile problems – between 40 and 60 per cent of men have either temporary or permanent impotence following their injury.
  • Inability to orgasm – up to 40 per cent of men and women report difficulties having an orgasm."


You mean around 1 in 2. And Erectile problems, aswell as the well culpiritable 'inability to orgasm'. Yes thats just under the amount that victims of 'mental health' 'medications' experience. Who experience it at over 60%. With, unremarkably the same symptoms.

And yet I move on to this informative picture based PDF slideshow at another location:

Everything You Wanted to Know About Sex After Brain Injury But Were Afraid to Ask

As well as being concurrent (57%) I hear "Decreased sensation" and "Maintaining an erection", I wish I was still scared. Thats page 13 and 17 . And ironically but well missed of the point on page 25: medication side effects: SSRIs and 'antipsychotics'. And well placed, Page 6: "Our Brains - The Ultimate Sex Organs".

How about some (3) minutes of this from 38 minutes in:

BBC Horizon 2016 How to Find Love Online by loveeverything


It would be unfair just to look in one direction right? Well take a look at this too.


Autoreceptor Desensitization: From SSRIs
Brain scans on shrunken brain damage from 'antipsychotics': The one psychiatrists don't want to talk about
Autopsy after 'mental health' 'medications': Shows the drugs increases receptor sites brain damage

I'm not smart, we are just discovering the truth.

Traumatic Brain Injury causes Erectile Dysfunction at the same rate as psychiatric drugs. 1 in 2 will have trouble receiving sexual arousal signals from the brain.

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