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What is Anti-Depressants?

Anti-dispersants are medications that are designed to be taken by people suffering with depression. In many instances people taking anti-depressants benefit largely. A person with depression has an imbalance of chemicals in their brain which encourages symptoms of depression. The job of the anti-depressant is to create a change with the neurotransmitters in the brain making the most efficient chemicals available to a person which then reduces the symptoms of depression.

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