Depression is an extremely common illness worldwide. Experts estimate that 16 million Americans alone will experience a major depressive episode in any given year.
While antidepressant medications are approved to treat depression, not everyone responds to them. As a result, many people continue to struggle with symptoms, including overwhelming sadness, hopelessness, worthlessness, trouble concentrating, feelings of guilt, and changes in sleep, energy and appetite. Please share this study with your family and friends.