Beyond Depression and Chemical Imbalances

Antidepressants have been widely thought to be helpful in treating mental health issues including depression and anxiety for decades, and yet are they truly effective?

People actually believed what was presented to them, and many people have begun using antidepressants as they thought there was a problem with their brain that needed to be fixed by medication. But several academics, such as some eminent psychiatrists, have argued that the assumption that depression is caused by abnormally low or inactive serotonin is not adequately supported by the available research.

In this episode of In Your Right Mind, Dr. Sharma explains the root of this contentious misconception. To listen, visit

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