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  1. photo Are statin drugs the cause of widespread decline in brain function?Are statin drugs the cause of widespread decline in brain function?News
    of Memory, Dr. Duanne Graveline, M.D., wrote about his horrific experience with statins, and how they caused him to suffer two transient global amnesia events as well as chronic neuropathy. The formerRead more
  2. photo Statins cause brain dysfunctionStatins cause brain dysfunctionNews
    transient global amnesia events and chronic neuropathy all due to taking a statin medication. He has written an excellent book about his experience with Lipitor. The book is titled Lipitor, ThiefRead more
  3. photo Why statins side effects may (literally) be killing youWhy statins side effects may (literally) be killing youNews
    take statins report memory loss, confusion, forgetfulness, amnesia and memory impairment, but the neurological damage caused by statins doesn't end there. Some researchers have linked statinsRead more
  4. photo Connection between psychiatry and military suicides revealedConnection between psychiatry and military suicides revealedNews
    , body twitching, severe weight gain and sudden cardiac death.-- Anti-anxiety drugs such as Valium and Xanax create dissociation, increased aggression, hallucinations and acute amnesia. They are extremelyRead more
  5. photo Forget your meds? Statin drugs found to cause memory impairmentForget your meds? Statin drugs found to cause memory impairmentNews
    If you take statin drugs for high cholesterol and suffer from frequent forgetfulness or amnesia, you could be a victim of statin-induced memory impairment. New research published in the open-accessRead more
  6. photo Shocking: Nearly nine million Americans now take pharmaceutical drugs just to sleep at nightShocking: Nearly nine million Americans now take pharmaceutical drugs just to sleep at nightNews
    . Ambien users, for instance, commonly report erratic behavior, amnesia and even "sleep driving" and other dangerous activities. Worse, a 2012 study published in the British Medical Journal found that peopleRead more
  7. photo Statin drugs wildly overprescribed for patients with kidney diseaseStatin drugs wildly overprescribed for patients with kidney diseaseNews
    or dysfuncton, tendon problems, dementia, amnesia, depression, chronic fatigue, diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, stroke, peripheral neuropathies (nerve damage) and even fatal rhabdomyolysis (muscleRead more
  8. photo Eat your weeds!Eat your weeds!News
    culture doesn't recognize.So, while modernity fumbles around in a haze of ecological amnesia, they simply get categorized as "weeds". But, it's really not that simple.Let's take a look at a samplingRead more
  9. photo US Navy vet a real-life Jason Bourne; wakes up with no memory but speaks perfect SwedishUS Navy vet a real-life Jason Bourne; wakes up with no memory but speaks perfect SwedishNews
    the name, "Transient Global Amnesia" and said it must have been triggered by some sort of trauma. But Natural News readers probably share in my suspicion of that whitewashed diagnosis.There's quite possiblyRead more
  10. photo Supreme Court rules in favor of national DNA database, allowing police to forcibly seize DNA without a warrantSupreme Court rules in favor of national DNA database, allowing police to forcibly seize DNA without a warrantNews
    ? A proposed law just like this has been discussed in Congress this year.The Supreme Court must have amnesia. Remember what the Constitution says?"The right of the people to be secure in their persons, housesRead more

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Amnesia

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Amnesia (from Greek ἀμνησία from ἀ- meaning "without" and μνήμη memory) is a deficit in memory caused by brain damage, disease, or psychological trauma. Amnesia can also be caused temporarily by the use of various sedatives and hypnotic drugs. Essentially, amnesia is loss of memory. The memory can be either wholly or partially lost due to the extent of damage that was caused. There are two main...More