Insomnia from Anti-Depressants

Insomnia from Anti-Depressants
A new health study has shown that insomnia is the most common treatment emergent symptoms of anti-depressant drugs. This refers to people who develop insomnia only after starting these drugs for depression…

This study also shows that insomnia is the most common residual symptom of the use of these drugs. The obvious answer is to treat the depression through counselling and exercise and not treat with drugs. Since anti-depressants are also tied to increased suicide, avoidance of these drugs is beneficial on multiple fronts. The brain is a fragile organ and drugs that act on it should be avoided except for the most necessary indications.

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