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    Prescribing Antidepressants Without Psychiatrists Have you ever taken an antidepressant? If so, did it help? Or perhaps you just felt like you were no longer emotionally connected to anything going on around you? This is a common problem among many Americans. Everyday more and more prescriptions are made with no psychiatric input. Antidepressants are helpful if prescribed correctly, and antidepressants should be available after a period of psychiatric care if the psychiatrist prescribes prozac or other antidepressants. Antidepressants are a widely used drug that helps your brain to regulate a normal life, the three most common antidepressants include Prozac, Sarafem, and Zoloft. Antidepressants are used to treat depression, which is when…

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    Serotoniin Research Paper

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    Sertraline. Serotonin is a neurotransmitter responsible for controlling fundamental physiological aspects of the body. In the central nervous system (CNS), serotonin has a key role in regulating sleep, appetite, sexual desire and mood, also some cognitive function, including memory, learning and depression. Individuals who suffer from major depressive disorder are associated with decreased availability of serotonin or inefficient levels of serotonin. In addition, suicidal patients have…

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    The patient is a 59 year-old male with a 12/31/09 date of injury. A specific injury occurred while performing executive chef duties. Diagnosis was depression. 12/24/15 DWC Form RFA for Sertraline 100 mg, Mirtazapine 15 mg and Adderall 5 mg. 12/17/15 Notice of denial for medications: dextroamphetamine-amphetamine 5 mg # 30, Sertraline HCL 100 mg # 60 and Mirtazapine 15 mg # 30. 12/04/15 request for additional information for medications: dextroamphetamine-amphetamine 5 mg # 30, Sertraline…

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    Anti-depressants There are many types of anti-depressants available. Each type, family or class has its own method of helping depression. Within the classes, each drug is slightly different. There are side-effects and warnings common to each class of antidepressants, and many of the individual drugs have additional side-effects or warnings as well. Let's take a closer look at each family of anti-depressants, starting with the one most people have heard about. SSRIs: SSRI stands for…

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    Catcher In The Rye PTSD

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    a cliff so he wanted to be able to catch them if any of them got to close to the edge. When he woke up Mr. Antolini was too close for comfort for Holden so he left. When he left he went back to his parent house and said he was leaving. Phoebe his sister said that she was going with him so that made him stay because he doesn’t want to take his innocence from her. He doesn’t want her to experience the real world yet (Salinger 161). Holden has decided to stay at his parent’s house. Now that he…

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    medication is Prozac and it performs exceptionally viable in treating sadness. Such antidepressants as sertraline, fluoxetine, venlafaxine, paroxetine, and some others are usually utilized as a part of the US. They help to enhance a state of mind, and even impact the conduct of the patient. With a specific end goal to accomplish a remedial impact, the utilization of antidepressants ought to be proceeded for no less than two weeks. Upsetting life occasions can likewise prompt to sadness so in…

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    Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) remain the mainstay pharmacological treatment for OCD. They are fluoxetine, sertraline, paroxetine, fluvoxamine, citalopram and escitalopram. In this case, Mrs P was taking escitalopram. However, in contrast with depression, SSRIs treatment in OCD requires higher dosage and the response time is somehow longer. Usually, patient with depression respond to SSRIs within 2-6 weeks whereas patients with OCD take 10-12 weeks of response time (Dougherty,…

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    Depression Research Paper

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    you drowning, they’re all breathing. And the scary thing is, is that you may not notice it yourself. It starts to get in your eyes and your nose. The gritty texture fills your mouth. You try to scream. You try to call for help. But no one sees you, no one hears you. Another metaphor that I use is cancer. The depression starts off not noticeable to the careful eye, much like a tumorous mass. Everyday it grows, getting bigger and bigger. You’re body is producing something that may kill you. This…

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    population questioning their own mental stability and believing that there is a magical, little happy pill that will remove their bad feelings. This can lead people into thinking that they have depression and or a chemical imbalance, then request for medication on their next doctor’s visit. Can a pill make people happy? Is it really that simple? Advertisements marketed towards the general mass mainly focus on the benefits of the drug. Anyone who has seen or heard any prescription advertisements…

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    In today’s society adolescence are often pressured into many things by the media. According to magazines they have to look a certain way, around their friends they must act a certain way, and of course family always heaves the stress on by making sure they maintain good grades, think about colleges, hold down a job, and overall be basically a superhero. With all of the stress that goes with being an adolescent, there are other situations that just add more fuel to the raging fire. However, as a…

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