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  • Recent research indicates antidepressants often work but are less effective than previously thought.
  • These were no more effective than earlier antidepressants, but generally had fewer side effects.
  • For example, if the person also has depression, an antidepressant is a good choice.
  • She considered her twenty-year-long marriage a lie, and can only cope by taking antidepressants.
  • However, antidepressant treatment is not always successful and have opened up the door for alternative methods of treatment.
  • It did not show any antidepressant activity in either test.
  • A research study found it to be related to antidepressant treatment.
  • SAMe has been shown to work as a nonspecific antidepressant in several studies.
  • This delay can explain the reason why antidepressants do not have effect on depression immediately.
  • Its main effects are to produce convulsions, but it may also have antidepressant effects.
  • The evidence for antidepressants is mixed and their use remains controversial.
  • Antidepressants in low doses have been found to help a few individuals.
  • Use of antidepressants in treatment has been described.
  • A study has reported that this polymorphism is associated with success of antidepressant treatment.
  • Another study found that AD responded better than major depression to antidepressants.
  • Many of those who do respond to antidepressants end up not taking their medications, for various reasons.
  • Exercise has also been shown to have antidepressant effects.
  • In a number of animal models resveratrol has had an antidepressant-like effect.
  • The evidence for antidepressants is mixed, and their use remains controversial.
  • A very small number of cases involving non-medical use of antidepressants have been reported over the past 30 years.
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Meaning of antidepressant

  • noun Any of a class of drugs used to treat depression; often have undesirable side effects