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Maria Valeria (27 дней назад)
this is brilliant. Thank you! Gracias
Rama (1 месяц назад)
Antidepressants can cause permanent brain damage/changes. Teach em that part too
James Mims (1 месяц назад)
This depression therapy “fetching kafon press” (Google it) is so simple, very easy, and so genuine. After the recovery process, I decided to volunteer at a shelter and I couldn’t be happier than helping other folks. Before I read through it I felt as if I was in a bottomless pit with no way out. I had been taking antidepressants for almost three years and had locked myself away from everybody..
avro abeer (7 месяцев назад)
how do TCA block receptors (alpha,muscarinic, beta,histamin and so on)? can you explain??
Anthony Rindfleish (10 месяцев назад)
Shame shame shame khan academy. Thought you would be more scientific than jumping on the band wagon of the bullshit chemical imbalance theory. I will now unsubscribe because you are as ignorant as the rest of the psychiatric community. Shame on you.
Jasmin Japri (9 месяцев назад)
According to Rang and Dale's Pharmacology 6th Ed, they do accept the Neurotropic Hypothesis but "for now, although it clearly needs to be modified and elaborated, Schildskraut's basic hypothesis (monoamine hypothesis) remains the best basis for understanding the actions of current antidepressant drugs." pg 560, Sect. 4, The Nervous System.
Nate Nygren (11 месяцев назад)
https://youtu.be/xgsbxmiPOrg?t=98 "Studies have suggested that depression might be caused by low levels of neurotransmitters..." No.  This has been known to be wrong since the 1960's and you won't find any studies that show what a normal level of monoamines is because you cannot measure high/low/or normal levels in the brain.  We simply do not know, but don't accept the marketing talk of pharmaceutical commercials as accepted and valid hypotheses.  Stick to the science.
Thawed cave thing (7 месяцев назад)
Just because someone said it in a book, doesn't mean it's true. Reuptake inhibitors all cause a massive increase in monoamine levels within about an hour, yet only effect an antidepressant response a week or more later--therefore, the cause of the antidepressant effect is other. This video repeats a number of canards about antidepressants which there's never been good evidence for, i.e. that all antidepressants are equally effective, that SSRIs have fewer side-effects (depends what questions you ask the patient), that the modern MAO diet is unmanageable, etc etc
Jasmin Japri (9 месяцев назад)
According to Rang and Dale's Pharmacology 6th Ed, they do accept the Neurotropic Hypothesis but "for now, although it clearly needs to be modified and elaborated, Schildskraut's basic hypothesis (monoamine hypothesis) remains the best basis for understanding the actions of current antidepressant drugs." pg 560, Sect. 4, The Nervous System. It is not that we accept fully monoamine hypothesis, but for studying purposes, as to understand current antidepressant, understanding monoamine hypothesis is important.
José Crisalide (1 год назад)
There are several things you can try Find the reasons why you suffer from depression - the first step in solving a problem is understanding why you have it. Be at ease about yourself - this makes it less difficult Just do it - you will feel better by taking action - especially by doing activities that stretch your boundaries. (I learned these and more ideas from Martos magic method site )
Nada Picana (1 год назад)
I've been researching reducing depression quickly and found an awesome resource at Sebs Shy Remedy (google it if you're interested)
BTS DNA in my blood-eu (1 год назад)
Exam tomorrow. Thank you for this 😊
Timothy Hayward (1 год назад)
THANK YOU!
Miika (2 года назад)
thank you, this was very informative and helped me understand how antidepressants work :)
addicted92 (2 года назад)
Thank you so much, if only you knew how this has helped me ❤
Pascal Rosier (2 года назад)
Impressive
indybeth200 (2 года назад)
Very helpful--thank you!

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