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In addition, repeated stress has been shown to enhance depressive behavior through the upregulation of NADPH oxidase and the resultant metabolic oxidative stress, and the inhibition of NADPH oxidase had beneficial antidepressive effects (Seo et al.
Antidepressive treatment was recommended, when a diagnosis of depression was made after psychiatric asessment.
2 Is there a difference betweens the long term efficacy of Antidepressive agents and psychotherapy outcomes for adults in Treated for Major Depression?
5] Augmentation pharmacotherapy refers to the addition of drugs that are not standard antidepressants in order to enhance the antidepressive effect of a classic antidepressant drug.
Antidepressive agents are one of the first-line formally approved treatments for major depression (Gonda et al.
Sexual dysfunction in dialysis patients treated with antihypertensive or antidepressive medications: results from the DOPPS.
Autonomic neurocardiac function in patients with major depression and effects of antidepressive treatment with nefazodone.
The essential oil is believed to have sedative, carminative, antidepressive, antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.
But pharmacological treatments (PT), mainly based on anxiolytic and antidepressive medication, are a part of the habitual clinical treatment for anxiety problems (Ministerio de Sanidad y Consumo [Ministry of Health and Consumption], 2008), although EST has been shown to be more effective than the usual treatment (PT) provided in Primary Attention (Roy-Byre et al.
41,42) New-borns should be monitored for tachycardia, irritability, muscle spasms, and convulsion in women taking antidepressive drugs.
Recent preclinical and human studies present evidence that ayahuasca or some of its alkaloids have anxiolytic and antidepressive effects (Reus et al.
Antioxidants, such as N-acetyl-cysteine, compounds that mimic GPX activity, and zinc exhibit antidepressive effects.
We also carried out comparisons between the group of patients who dropped out of treatment and those who completed it (demographic and pretreatment clinical characteristics, treatment characteristics) and between the patients who took antidepressive medication throughout the treatment (demographic and pre- and posttreatment clinical characteristics), by means of a one-factor ANOVA, chi-square tests, or Fisher's exact test.