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Drug Interactions & Drug-induced Dementia – K C Craichy

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In this video, cancer researcher Ty Bollinger speaks with author & nutritional expert KC Craichy about drug interactions, and conditions caused by patients being on multiple drugs such as drug induced dementia. The full interview with KC Craichy is part of “The Quest For The Cures Continues” docu-series.

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11 Comments on Drug Interactions & Drug-induced Dementia – K C Craichy

  1. Grateful for all the needful information you share. May God’s blessings
    forever abound to you.

    • I think he might answer your question at 3:35. “Based on the five drugs,
      you can’t predict a Clinical Response”. I understand this concept to mean
      that because no meta analysis (multiple double-blind studies) has been made
      for a person or any group taking a combination of five or more drugs at the
      same time , no one (doctors, patients, various scientists, etc.) has any
      idea of what the COMBINED effect is on a person’s body. YIKES! Why haven’t
      I “gotten” this before? I know that quite often the brochure or attachment
      for a drug will state contraindications for taking one specific drug with
      another specific drug or class of drugs. Well, duh! If there’s that
      possibility of just the combination of two drugs, just think of what the
      contraindications can be taking 5 or more drugs! Bottom line in my book —
      take as few drugs as you can throughout your life; if you’re taking five or
      more at time (maybe even less?) you’re playing pharmaceutical roulette with
      your body. And I’m just now realizing that’s what’s happening in my own

      He also talks about the 13 drugs his “spaced out” father had to take, most
      were to counteract the side effects of the initial ones he took. He may be
      implying that his father was experiencing “drug induced dementia” as a
      result. I’m going to Google search that phrase today and see if there’s a
      new pattern being seen these days – maybe I’m even on some of them, or
      maybe being on the five I’m on is culminating into the beginning of drug
      induced dementia!

      Another important issue in this video is how it’s only years later that the
      scientific community discovers the mistakes they previously made, many of
      which were common practice in treating patients – like a decade or more
      after the fact, and those mistakes are now considered malpractice. Lots of
      things for me to seriously consider here; at 69, already on five drugs plus
      a few suppliments. Recently, because my calcium level was too high (and I
      DON”T take calcium suppliments or even a multi-vitamin), my doctor told me
      to cut my hydrocholorothiazide (water pills for high blood pressure) and
      only take one-half a pill each day as high calcium is sometimes a
      side-effect. the best part is that the muscle cramping in my feet has now
      disappeared. I’m also weaning myself off two others (with my dr’s approval)
      by taking one-half of each. “Take care of yourself” has taken on a new
      meaning for me the more I understand the pharmaceutical industry lobbyists
      and how they influence the AMA and their funding of studies at universities
      and medical schools.

    • Very good post. I’m an older person, too, and I am very wary of letting a
      doctor put me on any type of medication. I only take 1 hormone
      med. Synthroid for hypothyroidism because it’s a necessity. The less
      drugs you can be on, the better!! No telling WHAT all those drugs are
      really doing to people! God bless you.

    • +newbeequilter Hey, when I was a heroin addict, I did what they called a
      speed ball- a combination of heroin and cocaine, and that combination was
      fantastic! How do we know what the potential meds that are prescribed to
      children, as young as six years old, antipsychotics and stimulants to help
      what some people have determined- is inappropriate behavior! The whole
      medical model in this country is totally owned by the pharmaceutical
      companies, insurance companies, The medical community such as doctors
      nurses, hospitals, clinics, homes for senior citizens, and where they
      should be trying to look out for the patients, they are looking out for the
      bottom line, and if you are 6 feet under, there is money to be made in
      burying you also! I can’t say that 100% of doctors, and the medical
      community are dishonest, are not trying to treat their patients the best
      they can, but there are way too many, that are prescribing certain
      medications to get a prolonged vacation for free!

  2. This is interesting but why does everyone thing science is truth? GMO
    sounds better when correctly put Give Me Organic. Think I need drink of
    water and bin the meds.

  3. If I were on all the medications I have been prescribed, I would be on
    around 13 meds! I could barely function on these meds! I have cut many of
    them out of what I take daily, down to 5 or so. I take Lyrica- for nerve
    pain-polyneuropathy, neuropathy, that kind of thing, I take Losartan for
    blood pressure- I am prescribed 2 BP meds but just take Losartan; Effexor-
    for depression, which I have tried to get off but the withdrawals are so
    unbelievably painful and uncomfortable I had to go back on it after five
    days of hell! I kid you not! I take Adderral- mostly used for ADD, and I
    take it occasionally because I have been diagnosed with ADD, but it helps
    with the brain fog I get from fibromyalgia, Hepatitis C, and it helps with
    the side effects of the Lyrica as well. I take the Lyrica, because back in
    the 1990s I began taking opiate pain medication, and over the following 13
    years or so, those pain medications had grown into a monster that almost
    killed me! Beware of what you’re prescribed

  4. Can anyone list those 5 drugs? The video was ended before they said them. –
    Or where can we find the full video?

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