of or relating to a substance that is used in the treatment of mood disorders, as characterized by various manic or depressive affects.
Also called energizer, psychic energizer. any such substance, as a tricyclic antidepressant, MAO inhibitor, or lithium.
“antidepressant drugs, for me, they’re like antibiotics ,” he says.
Do Antidepressants Make You Sad? Casey Schwartz June 14, 2011
[It] does not resemble standard antipsychotic, antidepressant, antianxiety or hypnotic drugs in simple drug interaction tests.
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But this week, a study on antidepressant use appeared, and shocked many.
Anti-Depressant Nation Adam Hanft October 4, 2008
Psychiatrists had prescribed various drugs, including an antidepressant, Celexa, for his routine use.
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However, it can interfere seriously with blood thinners and should never be taken with other antidepressant drugs.
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“A doctor would never prescribe more than one antidepressant,” says Dr. Frank Vaccaro, a prominent New York psychiatrist.
Did Antidepressants Contribute to Mary Richardson Kennedy’s Suicide? Laurence Leamer July 7, 2012
She began to attend therapy and to see a psychiatrist, who prescribed an antidepressant.
One Breakdown Can Mean Losing Your Kid Forever ProPublica May 29, 2014
any of a class of drugs used to alleviate depression
of or relating to this class of drugs
1876, from anti- + depressant.
antidepressant an·ti·de·pres·sant (ān’tē-dĭ-prěs’ənt, ān’tī-)
A drug used to prevent or relieve mental depression.
an’ti·de·pres’sive (-prěs’ĭv) adj.
A drug used to prevent or treat depression.
the act of . the state of being . a or sunken place or part; an area lower than the surrounding surface. sadness; gloom; dejection. Psychiatry. a condition of general emotional dejection and withdrawal; sadness greater and more prolonged than that warranted by any objective reason. Compare . dullness or inactivity, as of trade. Economics. […]
the elimination of laws, customs, or practices under which people from different religions, ancestries, ethnic groups, etc., are restricted to specific or separate public facilities, neighborhoods, schools, organizations, or the like. Contemporary Examples In the 1970s, conservatives who had lost the moral battle on civil rights demanded exemptions to desegregation. RFRA Madness: What’s Next for […]
a substance or material applied to a plant, as by spraying, to inhibit moisture loss during transplanting.