Best Treatments For Depression-When I had the opportunity to attend the Neuroscience Meeting in Kobe last week, I got a lot of interesting things that I wanted to convey to readers who might have problems with depression or anxiety disorders.
It is primarily associated with treatment using antidepressant drugs that are first-line therapy for both depressed and anxiety disorders.
Although antidepressant drugs are not the only modalities inpatient therapy, however, the advantages of using these drugs for depression and anxiety patients have been proven by numerous and evidence-based medicine research.
Appropriate, in patients with severe mental disorders such as schizophrenia, patients with anxiety disorders and depression also need to get treatment immediately and at the right time. This is very useful for better healing expectations and prevents repetition.
Below I will discuss a little about the importance of treatment with antidepressant drugs for patients with anxiety disorders or depression.
Immediately do it right
In fact, when a patient comes to a psychiatrist with a psychological or physical complaint related to his psychiatric problems, an imbalance that can not be said of damage in the brain has been going on long before the symptoms arise. What happens in the brain in depressed and anxious patients is very complex.
However, at the very beginning of the imbalance in the brain, everyone has resistance to pressure or imbalance in the brain that is experiencing the problem. That’s what makes not everyone who suffers from an imbalance of the system in their brain will lead to the onset of symptoms of a sedentary mental disorder.
Treat with the right medicine
Drug selection is one of the most crucial and unique therapeutic techniques. Patients with psychiatric disorders may have the same symptoms, but the response to treatment is very different. There are drug side effects that often occur in drug use that may not happen to everyone. Therapeutic effects of each drug are also not the same. There is a match with the drug that one is also not compatible with other drugs. This election is very important by keeping the guideline in mind based on evidence-based guideline or guidelines.
How long will it take?
One of the most frequently asked questions of the patient is how long he should take medication. Many patients feel uncomfortable with the fact of having to take medicine every day that makes it feel like a person’s disease or disability. Yet according to most of them, a psychiatric condition is not a disease. This needs to be explained again.