Peter Breggin reviews the research on antidepressants, in the Huffington Post, finding evidence that “any initial improvements are often followed by treatment resistance and worsening depression. They compare this problem to tardive dyskinesia, caused by antipsychotic drugs, and call it tardive dysphoria, “an active process in which a depressive picture is caused by continued administration of the antidepressant.”
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