JHC interviewed on Fox regarding Navy’s new bath salt PSA
Journey Healing Center’s own Dr.Ravi Chandiramani and Michael Desjardins were recently interviewed by Fox for their expert opinion regarding the Navy’s recent public service announcement on bath salts.
From the interview: A campaign to combat meth use can be seen on graphic billboards and in commercials that show the real effects on drug users. The U.S. Navy is trying the same tactic with bath salts.
It seems that you can’t go a week without hearing about another case of bath salts sending someone over the edge, but what does it really feel like to be on that dangerous high?
“High blood pressure, high heart rate, sweating profusely,” said Dr. Ravi Chandiramani. “Agitated, anxious, violent tendencies, auditory hallucinations, hearing things that aren’t there, visual hallucinations, seeing things that aren’t there.”
Chandiramani, with Journey Healing Centers, describes what the U.S. Navy is attempting to show in a new PSA that’s getting a lot of attention for it’s extreme, yet accurate portrayal of a bath salt mind bender.
“It’s really akin to taking a drill and drilling holes in your brain,” said Michael Desjardins, with Journey Healing Centers.
Desjardins sees patients all the time at JHC who don’t want to admit that they have a problem.
After all, they’re not on cocaine, heroin or meth… Read the full article here