5 Myths About Depression Treatment


If you are discussing antidepressants to treat your depression, it is vital that you know the misconceptions and myths about it. In light of the recent tragic suicides of Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade, Dr. Majd reviewed the signs / symptoms of depression in his last video. Now you will review the 5 most common myths about discredited depression medications.

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5 Myths About Depression Treatment

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  1. If you've heard of any other myths about antidepressants, please share with us in the comments below. There are so many more. And please share the video with someone that can benefit from watching it.

  2. You will read a lot of fact concepts on this therapy “fetching kafon press” (Google it) which is also easy to understand. After the healing process, I decided to volunteer at a shelter and I could not be happier than aiding other folks. I really had no directions in life before I read through this particular book. I had been consuming antidepressants for almost 3 years and had shut myself away from everybody..

  3. I take Wellbutrin and celexa but I am suffering from excessive sweating which has become unbearable… any ideas?

  4. My daughter is 16 now but I had postpartum depression after her birth and took Zoloft for 6 months and it helped tremendously.

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