medications

When is depression truly resistant to treatment or just difficult to treat?

When is depression truly resistant to treatment or just difficult to treat? Some psychiatrists suggest “our current treatments for depression appear to be no more effective than they were 50 years ago”1. Coincidentally the term “treatment resistant depression” (TRD) first appeared 40 years ago.

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Could Your Medications Be Making You Depressed?

A recent study reported the frequency of depression as a possible “side-effect” for a number of medications.  These included commonly used drugs including protein pump inhibitors (used for acid reflux), blood pressure medications (beta-blockers), birth control and corticosteroids and even prescription strength doses of ibuprofen.  These include both prescription medications and some sold over the …

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