Conventional treatment for depression usually consists of the use of antidepressant medications, therapy, or a combination of both.
Despite their widespread use, antidepressant medications are not without risk or controversy. One only has to look at recent headlines to see the possible serious risks linked to the drugs:
In addition, antidepressants aren’t always helpful: the medications usually take at least two weeks to show any effect, and for some people, they don’t work at all.
A new research finding adds to the growing body of evidence that a controversial party drug may be the answer those experts (and those who suffer from depression) have been looking for.
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