Depression: Overview

Modified on 2009/10/14 21:47 by admin
Ten percent of Americans will experience severe depression sometime during their lives. People who suffer from depression are often reluctant to admit their condition to friends and family. Additionally, these same friends and family members may not recognize the severity of the problem. For instance, your loved one may become angry with you for not "cheering up." He or she does not understand that your brain may function differently than normal and no matter how hard you try, you simply cannot "cheer up." It is important to seek professional counseling and guidance from a medical doctor. There are many prescription medications available that can turn your life around. Unfortunately, these drugs can have severe side effects, and some are more effective than others.

See Also

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  2. Accutane / Isotretinoin
  3. Altretamine / Hexalen: Overview
  4. Antidepressants & Other Psychiatric Drugs
  5. Ativan / Lorazepam
  6. Avonex / Interferon beta-1a
  7. Ballou High School - Washington, D.C.
  8. Beta-Blockers: Overview
  9. Boats & Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
  10. Carbon Monoxide
  11. Cymbalta / Duloxetine
  12. Diesel Exhaust
  13. Dillard's & Racial Discrimination
  14. Georgetown, Texas
  15. Hills, Iowa
  16. Jet fuels JP-4 and JP-7
  17. Lariam / Mefloquine Hydrochloride
  18. Mercury
  19. Naphthalene
  20. Norplant Contraceptive
  21. Olin Corporation Plant - McIntosh, Alabama
  22. Paxil / Paroxetine Hydrochloride
  23. Perchlorate
  24. Plastic Surgery: Overview
  25. Portable Generators
  26. Racial Discrimination: Overview
  27. Railroad Workers & The Federal Employers' Liability Act (FELA)
  28. Reglan / Metoclopramide
  29. Rialto, California
  30. School Buses & Commercial Lines
  31. Selenium Hexafluoride
  32. Sexual Harassment: Overview
  33. Soriatane / Acitretin
  34. Styrene
  35. Teveten / Eprosartan Mesylate: Overview
  36. Zoloft / Sertraline
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