“Depression Experts Question Effectiveness of Stress Hormone Drug”


Pioneering research by mood disorder experts at Newcastle University has questioned the effectiveness of metyrapone, a drug suggested to treat depression. “Our research has shown that in the population of depressed patients studied, metyraphone is inadequate and therefore should not be routinely recommended as an option for treatment resistant depression,” the study author said in a press release.

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  1. Maybe it would be best to quit using the term “treatment resistant depression” as it is a cooked up scheme to push more chemicals. Let’s start with the fact that depression isn’t a chemical imbalance that can be cured with another chemical being ingested.

    Let’s start back at the beginning where truth is.

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