Low mood: Anti-depressants should not be the first choice for everyone

We live in a society where we look for quick fixes for everything.

For example, Fast-foods are immensely popular because we are all busy and we want quick fixes.

So it is not surprising that some people look at prescription medications as a quick fix for their low mood.

For some people, anti-depressants can be very helpful.

But a recent article suggests that anti-depressants should not be the first choice for everyone

Telegraph. Antidepressants might be largely ineffective, study suggests
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Telegraph Reporters
21 December 2021 • 8:27am

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