Mental Health Articles Page 76

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Risperidone is an atypical antispsychotic drug -- originally developed by Janssen-Cilag and released in 1994 -- that is sold under the brand name Risp...
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Risperidone can help anxiety, which is generally recognized as a certain feeling of worry, nervousness or unease that takes over when people dread som...
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The hardest part of diagnosing mental illnesses is when the external signs of two or more diseases look similar. For example, there are cognitive simi...
Zoloft (Sertraline) is used in the treatment of all types of depression. It may also be used to panic disorder, panic attacks, social phobia, obesit...
by Kelly Connell What is Xanax Used to Treat? Xanax® is the brand name for the drug Alprazolam and is used for short term treatment of panic di...
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Many look for natural depression cures to treat depression, a disabling condition that affects millions of Americans every day. These sufferers often...
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Shock treatments for depression include electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), otherwise known as electroshock, a form of treatment in which the induction o...
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Myths and warning signs of depression are important to know and spot as Depression is a serious mental condition that can have a dramatic impact on th...
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Magnesium for depression has long-since been recognized and is a very crucial element in the development of various mental conditions and physical dis...
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The key to spotting depression in children -- as with any mental disorder -- is knowing precisely which symptoms of childhood depression to look for....

 
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