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Anti-Depressant


Depression, like cardiovascular diseases, is becoming one of the most common ailments of our time. It is a widespread disorder that affects millions of people. According to the statistics, up to 20% of the population suffers from this disease.

Depression is a serious illness that dramatically reduces one’s ability to work and brings suffering not only to the patient themselves but also to their family. Unfortunately, most of the people are not aware of the typical symptoms and effects of depression, so many affected individuals seek help when it’s way too late. A large number of health organizations concerned about the current situation is currently making efforts to spread awareness about depression and educate people about the possible ways of treating it.

Depression (from the Latin word depressio - suppression, oppression) is a disease that does not only affect a suffering individual, but also poses a great problem to the overall society. It harms the public health and negatively impacts the economy. Depression affects people in all countries, regardless of the level of their development. At least 200 million people suffer from depression each year. The real statistics may even been higher since most sufferers of depression do not seek medical attention for a variety of reasons. Scientists estimated that almost every fifth person who has reached adulthood has been depressed at least once in their life.

What are signs and symptoms of depression?

First of all it’s important to point out that there are different kinds of depression requiring different types of antidepressant drugs. Today’s modern medicine distinguishes the following types of depression:

  • Major;
  • Chronic;
  • Atypical;
  • Postpartum (depression during and after pregnancy);
  • Bipolar;
  • Seasonal;
  • Psychotic;
  • Treatment-resistant.

All these types of disorder seriously affect health and quality of life. The depression symptoms vary. It can have a negative effect on almost all aspects that involve a mental effort: mood, memory, as well as physical and social activity. The patient can feel sadness and despair, as well as experience fatigue or even mental and muscular retardation. This disorder is frequently accompanied by the feelings of mental anguish, anxiety, despair, hopelessness, helplessness, and uncertainty. The disease can manifest itself physically in the form of belching, intestinal spasms, loose stools, frequent urination, shortness of breath, palpitations, headaches, increased sweating, even allergic reactions and muscle pains, etc..

Sleep disorders also occur in about 80% of patients. Inability to fall and stay asleep, restless sleep, nightmares are often the first symptoms of depression.

What are the most popular antidepressant tablets?

Antidepressants are currently the most popular drugs used to cure the depressive disorder. With the help of the antidepressant pills, doctors stabilize patients’ mood, reduce anxiety, and increase their motor and mental activity. Today, there are several groups of antidepressants, all of which differ in composition and the mechanism of action (stimulating or soothing). There are also natural antidepressants, which are a great alternative to prescription drugs.

Antidepressant tablets are necessary drugs that can alleviate, eliminate as well as prevent future return of the disease. It’s quite interesting to note that medications with a stimulating effect were used to treat disorders before the discovery of antidepressant pills; such stimulants include opium (and other opiates), caffeine, and ginseng. By the way: tricyclic antidepressants are among the earliest antidepressants developed. They still have their unique merits, but they've been widely replaced within the medical practice with other pills that cause fewer side effects.

Today, you can find a wide assortment of the best antidepressants almost at any pharmacy. You can refer to the list below to learn what the most popular tablets are:

  • Citalopram;
  • Mirtazapine;
  • Sertraline.

The medications listed above, are considered to be some of the best antidepressants as they are not known to be associated with addiction or withdrawal syndromes, regardless of how long you are taking it. These drugs help the body restore the depressed mechanisms. All of them belong to the selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) group of medicines. These antidepressant drugs correct the work of individual brain mechanisms that are responsible for depression.

Here is the list of the best natural antidepressants:

  • Omega-3 fatty acids (fish, nuts);
  • Vitamin B, C;
  • Tryptophan (the best natural relaxant);
  • Saffron. The saffron extract may improve symptoms of depression but an overdose can cause severe side effects;
  • Herbal supplements such as St. John's wort, hawthorn, valerian, peppermint, lemon balm, motherwort, etc.

You should bear in mind that natural antidepressants may not cure depression; they can only reduce some of its symptoms.