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My Antidepressant Doesn't Feel Like It's Working

Do you find yourself saying any of these?



In recent research, 33%of patients experience substandard responses to their prescribed antidepressants. This statistic shows that you may be receiving little to no benefit in relieving your depressive symptoms. There are many causes of this including a new medical condition, stress, or even genetics. The answer to this problem is not to stop taking your antidepressant completely, but to start thinking about other options. Don’t accept your depression as being normal. For more information, reach out to the Institute for Advanced Medical Researchat 770-817-9200.


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