‘Whatever the Medication Is Doing, It’s Keeping Me Going’

February 22, 2018

(BBC) – As scientists release a study showing that anti-depressants work, some users of the medication share their experiences on how it has affected their lives.  Authors of a report published in the Lancet, found 21 common anti-depressants were all more effective at reducing symptoms of acute depression than dummy pills. Agomelatine, Amitriptyline, Escitalopram, Mirtazapine and Paroxetine are thought to be among the most effective forms of the drug.

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