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Depression Depression it is defined by Websters Unabridged Edition Dictionary as in psychology an emotional condition either normal or pathological characterized by discouragement a feeling of inadequacy etc Also as being gloomy dejected sad Depression is the most treatable mental illness yet the twenty- four million people caught in its downward spiral each year may feel so isolated that they never seek help But life can be joyous again as those who have been fully treated know There are many different ways to get help the two major ways are Psychoanalysis and Psychopharmacology Psychoanalysis is defined by Websters Unabridged Edition Dictionary as a method developed by Freud and others of treating neuroses and some other disorders of the mind When you undergo psychoanalysis you go to see a psychoanalyst around three times a week and you discuss your feelings and thoughts It is a very long process Psychopharmacology is a combination of psychoanalysis and medications These doctors believe that the problem is a chemical imbalance in the brain They treat you by giving you certain medicines and talking to you about your thoughts Some examples of the medicines are Prozac Elavil Sinequan Trofranil and Norpramin These medicines have certain chemicals that will replace the certain chemicals that your brain is missing The most widely used and known medicine is Prozac It costs 160 per capsule but it is the most effective medicine I suggest that if you are one of the people that think they are suffering or are suffering from depression but dont seek help should go see somebody a doctor counselor or even a family member because it could become worse and may lead to other problems Dont become another statistic
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