Saturday, 11 February 2017

How Doctors Choose Antidepressants

Depression is a mood disorder characterized by a lack of enjoyment in usual activities, changes in appetite and sleep, sadness, loss of concentration, fatigue, and other symptoms. Many people with mild to moderate depression can be successfully treated with psychotherapy and other non medical interventions such as bright light; exercise; relaxation techniques; eliminating the use of substances like recreational drugs, alcohol and caffeine; getting regular sleep; eating a balanced diet; and stress reduction.   But when these interventions have been tried and failed, or when a patient’s depression is severe enough to interfere with their ability to function in their

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