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Many patients dislike medication, they will decline increasing current medication even if they got good help from the current dose but are still have symptoms, it’s easy to forget that a little more is probably the answer. Us: https://t.co/W6SS4mCEuf, https://t.co/urVpIy8ewg

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Halving or stopping meds often leads to…nothing, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be some withdrawal or recurrence. Each step of the way in medication management requires patience.

New expensive meds gets lots of praise, old cheap meds commonly get a bad rap. How should we think? Carefully. Look at data with a discerning eye, see what entities stand to benefit or loose, that usually is the best hint.

How to evaluate research? Just read the abstract? Don’t look at the funding or who can gain profit? Don’t read related papers? Don’t see the methods? Don’t see if the authors are related to the publication? If you said yes to these then take a course in evaluating research.

What medications are the "best"? Efficacy, safety, metabolism, dose, social & physical environment, medical illness, family history...besides a few to avoid at all costs, at the end of the day it's largely trial and error.

When mood is up people tend to stop mood medications, when down they restart. Life can be a continual cycle of mild misery, worse misery, and improvement. The number of total years in bad shape can be debilitating.

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