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Should I Continue My Medications After My Symptoms Are Gone?

The Benefits of Continuous Depression Treatments

Continuity 
By maintaining a strict plan for prescriptions, the sustained response from the medication will more rapidly improve your health.

Residual Symptoms
Any minor symptoms that may have remained after the first three months of treatment will be subsequently removed by the body.

Recovery
Continuing medications have been proven to restore all psychosocial function.

Long Term
Continuity of medication provides better long term outcomes and full recovery.

Cost Effectiveness
Completing your medication plan can ensure that relapse doesn’t occur and save money in the long run.

Relapse
It is crucial to continue the given medication as prescribed even if all the symptoms halt due to the possibility of relapse.

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