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Consequences Of Taking Antidepressants
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Anti-depressants are used for the treatment of depression, anxiety and personality disorders. The paper "Consequences Of Taking Antidepressants" analyze the works of Healey and Whittaker against Lapierre and try to analyze their views on the subject.…  Healy has argued that Prozac and SSRIs can lead to suicide and has been criticised by many for having…
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HEALTH EDUCATION ON THE BENEFITS OF ANTIDEPRESSANTS
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Date Health Education on the Benefits of Antidepressants Depression can be defined as a state whereby individuals are avoidant of normal day-to-day activities and are in state of low mood. Depression often results to feelings of helplessness, sadness, restlessness, irritability, hopelessness, or anxiety among other negative feelings.… They may also show signs…
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Divorce - Effect On Children And Women And Role Of Antidepressants
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The paper "Divorce - Effect On Children And Women And Role Of Antidepressants" analyzes divorce effects in women and children of a family unit. The focus in this paper is also the role of SSRIs in combating the effects of depression in women and children.… As much as mothers and children suffer depression from divorce, the effects in these two are different.…
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Education of Patients on the Benefits of Taking Antidepressants
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Education of Patients on the Benefits of Taking Antidepressants Name: Instructor: Task: 10th July 2012 Education of Patients on the Benefits of Taking Antidepressants Introduction Antidepressants provide an ideal route for treating moderate to serious depression.… Indeed, early termination of therapy has potential of developing the risk of relapse. According…
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How communicate women experiencing Maternal Depression and their doctors while making decisions about antidepressants and breastfeeding
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The wide amount of research conducted in the past, suggest that almost 10-20% of women suffer from depression either during or within the first twelve months of their… This could be mainly on attributed to the fact that most women suffering from maternal depression hesitate to share their grievances with their health care providers or on account of lack of…
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The Effects of Depression and Antidepressants on Sexual Health and the Sexual Response Cycle
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The Effects of Depression and Antidepressants on Sexual Health and the Sexual Response Cycle Name Institution The Effects of Depression and Antidepressants on Sexual Health and the Sexual Response Cycle The fact that adequate sexual expression is an important and integral part of human health and relationship cannot be overstated bearing an impact on the physical, social and psychological well-being of an individual.…
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Medication and the brain/Social Worker Roles What roles do social worker's play with clients who are taking antidepressants
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Because of this, it is only important to split the roles into the practice categories: macro, micro and mezzo levels of social work. Since the social work entails making interventions… m a personal standpoint, one may also anticipate organizing a county-wide activism to conscientise the public on the need for a guided use of antidepressants. Just as…
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Nalytical Analysis of Anti-Depressants in Human Plasma Using Liquid-Liquid Chromatography
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[Name of of Instructor] Antidepressants are drugs used for treating patients diagnosed with depression. Most antidepressants function by inhibiting the action of neurotransmitters using a range of mechanisms that target intermediate compounds.… Recently a new method of categorizing antidepressants has attracted significant interest. The method is the grouping…
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Critique of one journal article/professional article of a topic related to pscyhopharmacolgy and its use for treating depression
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  Tablets or Talk? A Critical Review of the Literature Comparing Antidepressants and Counseling for Treatment of Depression. by Brad Hagen , Gina Wong-Wylie , Em Pijl-Zieber Antidepressants are generally considered to be the standard treatment. for depression, despite a large body of research evidence documenting the equal or superior efficacy of counseling.…
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How are antidepressant drugs defined [20%] How do you classify antidepressant drugs based on the mode of action [30%] Describe briefly the mechanism of action of the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) [50%]
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This has an impact on his way of thinking, actions, behavior and infact his everyday routine. The symptoms of depression are sadness, anxiety, hopelessness, irritation… Antidepressants may not treat depression itself but are useful for decreasing the symptoms of depression. They balance the variation in neurotransmitters that have caused certain mood and…
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Qualitative Research Designs
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For purposes of choosing a journal article that was emblematic of a quantitative research method, this author has settled upon one which sought to answer key questions relating to antidepressants and suicide entitled, “Suicide and Antidepressants What Current Evidence… As a way of seeking to provide an example of just such a piece, this brief analysis will…
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Drugs, Society & Human Behavior
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SSRIs are particularly preferred for its low toxicity and reduced side effects when effectively used (Preskorn, 44). The primary mechanism of… For example antidepressants of the class monoamine oxidase inhibitors work by preventing the enzymatic degradation of monoamine neurotransmitters while at the same time inhibiting the main functions of monoamine…
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Psychopharmacology
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Psychopharmacology is a branch of medical science which studies and describes the factors responsible for the various types of depression that occur in human beings. It is nothing but the study of drug-influenced changes in mood, sensation, thinking, and behavior. … In general, the elderly people have more medical problems and often are using medications for…
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Drugs, Society & Human Behavior
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Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors and other antidepressants SSRIs as well as other antidepressants are increasingly being prescribed for depression treatment in many patients in many hospitals.… With regard to the fact that depression is often caused by reduced activity of the brain chemical such as serotonin and dopamine, these antidepressants often…
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Critical thinking-onion
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The source uses a language that convinces to express journalistic credibility. It has sections of criticisms that help to bring into light grey areas that require… Furthermore, the website also provides video backup for the existing written texts. Some of the videos are automatic such that they start as soon as one clicks into the link. The website has…
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Disease Focus: Bipolar Disorder
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The mood changes often recur and chronic cases lead to disability and premature deaths. Notably, individuals with Bipolar disorder exhibit a cycle of episodes… In each of these four episodes, the intensity of mood and symptoms defining bipolar disorder vary. Proper diagnosis of bipolar disorder needs a close consideration of the symptoms presented by the…
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Counselling: Exploring Fear and Sadness
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Name: Course: Tutor: Date: Introduction Mental disorders represent psychological conditions typified by significant disorganization of personality, emotions, and mind to severe damage of psychological and social functioning of the individual. Depression delineates presence of negative affect (low mood) and/or lack of positive affect (loss of interest and pleasure in undertaking most activities) and commonly linked to an array of emotional, cognitive, behavioural, and physical symptoms.…
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Research proposal
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These problems are usually not treated because they are not detected. Studies have shown that the elderly with depression and those on anti-depressant or anti-psychotic medication are more likely to… The objective of this study is to determine the set of risk factors existent between depression and falls and the relationship between anti-depressant drug use…
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Forest Labs Case
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Was the Government wrong against Howard Solomon Forest Labs? Howard Solomon is the head of Forest Labs which is a growing pharmaceutical company in the United States. He has been the CEO of this company since 1977, and the proxy statement of the company in 2010 says that “he possesses detailed and in-depth knowledge of the issues, opportunities and challenges facing the company” (Henning).…
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Compare and contrast psychological and biological explanations of either major depression or schizophrenia
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Similarities and Differences between Biological and Psychological Explanation of Major Depression Institution Date Depression is an illness that is characterized by an intense and persistent feelings of sadness, worthlessness and hopelessness, and those who are depressed are often seen as miserable, hopeless or worthless (Barnes, 2012).… This paper focuses on…
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Major Depression
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Name: Title: Course: Tutor: Date: Major Depression Introduction Major depression is a debilitating and prevalent psychiatric disorder, also known as unipolar depression or clinical depression. According to Lam, major depression affects over 15 million American adults, this representing 5% to 8% of the adult population every year (8).… Cuijpers, Pim et al. cite…
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Bipolar
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The affected person experiences mania and depression that can either be brief or last for several days. The periods vary from person to person. When a person… There are certain forms of medication that are used to control the symptoms of bipolar disorder It is important to note that, bipolar has different types of medications that can help control its…
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The Age of Depression
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The article "The Age of Depression" by Allan V. Horwitz & Jerome C. Wakefield discusses advanced methods diagnosis and identification applied to depression and sadness, and criticizes limitations and disadvantages of the DSM I, II and III editions (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorder).… 156). Thus, the authors underline that depression is a…
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What is Fibromyalgia
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2012 reveals that fibromyalgia is common among the patients with chronic disorders such as diabetes, neurological disorder, rheumatic pathologies and infections. Patients with the disorder experience chronic pain in most parts of the body. The pain… Some of the main symptoms relied upon by the doctors during the diagnosis are fatigue, pain and sleep…
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Depression
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The researcher of this following article will attempt to take a deeper look at the issue of depression. This research is being carried out to evaluate and present types of depression; causes of depression; symptoms; diagnosis and treatment of depression. … It is evidently clear from the discussion that depression refers to a mood disorder whereby feelings of…
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