As science advances, new insights into the physiological causes of depression are leading to treatments beyond common antidepressants.
A new evidence-based report authored by Murali Rao, M.D., and Julie M. Alderson, D.O., reviews a bevy of emergent treatments including new medications, electrical and magnetic stimulation of the brain, and long-term cognitive behavioral therapy for stress management.
The study is published in the journal Current Psychiatry.
For more than 50 years, most research has been based on the theory that depression results from a deficiency of chemical messengers, called neurotransmitters, that carry signals between brain cells.
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