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A Short Guide To Depression Prescription Drugs
If you suffer with depression, prescription drugs are one common way to alleviate the symptoms of
your condition. However, there is a lot you need to know before you agree to take them. Here are
some tips and guidance about prescription medication so you can be sure they will help you.

1. Talk to your doctor about whether medication is right for you. Anyone who wants to get medication
for depression must get a prescription from a doctor. This is an important first step, because your
doctor will be able to prescribe a medicine that should work well for your particular case. Some drugs
work by addressing serotonin levels, and some work by addressing dopamine levels. Other
medications work slightly differently. By seeing a doctor, you are likely to be prescribed the best
medication for you.

2. Find out the cost of the medication. When you have depression, it is important that you start taking
medication as soon as possible; in many cases, the drugs will not take effect for about two weeks to
one month. To take the drugs as soon as you can, you need to make sure you can afford your
medicine. Find out what medications are covered through your health insurance plan, and then find
out how much of the cost you will be responsible for. If you have trouble affording your medication,
talk to your doctor.

3. Know the side effects of the drugs you will be taking. Even though depression medication is
something you may need, be aware that they are drugs and will likely affect your body in some ways.
Do as much research as you can to ensure that you know about your medication. Make sure you
know the side effects of the drugs you are taking, and make sure you know of any adverse reactions
as well. This knowledge will make you better able to cope with your medicine.

4. Realize that your medication use will not affect your ability to work or get a job. You do not have to
disclose your medication use to anyone. The only exception to that rule is if your company requires
drug testing. Only then do you ever have to let anyone at your job know that you are taking
medication or what it is for.

5. Never stop taking depression medication unless specifically told to by a doctor. Once you start
taking depression medicine, the drug is affects your brain. If you abruptly stop taking your medication,

your body may react in a way that can be somewhat frightening. If you want to cut down, make sure
you speak to your doctor so he can tell you how to do so safely.

Having depression can easier to manage if you are prescribed medication. Using prescription drugs
for your depression can help you cope in a better way and help you to start feeling like you used to.
Use the tips laid out here to think wisely about your prescription drugs, so that you can start to feel
better as soon as possible.
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