Sedating anti depressants
Depression can make it difficult to engage in activities such as family life, work, and social events, and may be associated with abnormal biochemical changes in the brain that lead to depressed feelings and sadness.Medical treatment of some type is required as depression will not go away on its own; however, most forms of depression respond well to treatment such as prescription antidepressants and psychotherapy (talk therapy). Depression not only negatively impacts family, work and social life, depression can adversely affect common physical ailments, such as arthritis, heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.Posted by john on March 18, 2001 at : My doctor has just prescribed Paxil to help me sleep.I have tried a number of antidepressants (Zoloft, Cipramil, Remeron, Trazadone) and as yet none has had a noticeable effect on sleep or mood.Watch Hannah talk about how antidepressants helped her.Antidepressants work by boosting or prolonging the activity of particular brain chemicals, such as noradrenaline and serotonin, which are thought to be involved with regulating mood. This means that they pass messages between nerve cells in your brain, and between nerves and other target organs in the rest of your body.This review examines clinical considerations associated with using anticholinergic and sedative medicines in people with dementia or incipient cognitive impairment.It highlights issues associated with concomitant use of cholinesterase inhibitors and anticholinergic medicines, and pharmacotherapy of conditions that commonly occur in people with dementia.
Has anyone found they did not respond to one SSRI but did another?
Major depression is more than just feeling sad, guilty or blue from time-to-time.
Depression, also called major depressive disorder (MDD), affects daily feelings, actions, thoughts and wellness.
The most common sign of depression is a chronic, deep, severely low mood, profound sadness, tearfulness, or a sense of hopelessness.
For some people, depression symptoms may include chronic irritability, anxiety or moodiness.