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SSRI’s virtually ineffective for anxiety and depression, study


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“There is an epidemic of inadequately treated depression and psychiatrists are not well trained to deal with this challenge,” he observed. “What they often do is change from one antidepressant to another when there is a lack of response. Eventually the patient becomes non-compliant and the patient, rather than the treatment, is blamed for the non-efficacy.”

 

http://www.anxietycentre.com/anxiety-blog/ssris-virtually-ineffective/

 

The truth is, no one knows how psychotropic medications work. Not even their manufacturers (which is why the disclaimer reads: mechanism unknown). We believe it’s best to stay away from ‘medication cures’ for anxiety and depression, since anxiety and depression are not caused by biological or medical reasons.

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