SALTZ: Well that's part of it and it's like I said it's an unwillingness to do -- to maybe go into therapy and do hard work. It's like what can you give me right now so that I can feel better.
O'REILLY: All right last question and I'm just going to wrap it up. You both said that it's overprescribed. That these drugs are being overprescribed because it's easy for the doctors do that you know here somebody come in and I'm not feeling well, I don't sleep. And then they go Ok, boom here.
O'REILLY: See you. $150 bucks. Is that what we are looking at here?
SALTZ: That's the problem some of the times. But I also don't want to discount the fact and it maybe what at stake here. There are people who have serious depression. PTSD, many returning veterans and they really do need the treatment.
O'REILLY: Absolutely and certainly this guy in Fort Hood was one of those. All right Miss Rain my question for you is are you seeing a different kind of person? Is there more stress in society based upon your rehab efforts with these people?
RAIN: I think the prevalence to give pills is so common that I don't think any other types of therapies are even offered. And it's really just one pill there's generally a cocktail. And I think when we look, when we get the toxicology reports of this shooter we're going to find the other cocktail in his system and that's what I'm seeing more and more.
O'REILLY: Yes. All right ladies. I've got to say to the audience I've never taken a drug on my life ever, of any kind because I just early on said you know I'm going out the way I came in and you know, I will tough it out. And I think.
SALTZ: There are other good treatments.
O'REILLY: Yes and I don't think anybody on earth would want to see me on drugs. Do you -- I don't think so.
SALTZ: Probably not.
O'REILLY: I would be in a penitentiary and that would not be good. Ladies thanks very much.
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