Of the second generationntidepressants comparable efficacy, side effects differThe analysis, which examined adult use only second-generation antidepressants, drew on 293 published studies. Including 187 judges of the good or fair quality been have. The analysis compared the drugs’ benefits and risks in the treatment of depression, dysthymia , and subsyndromal depression .

On average 61 % of the patients, the second-generation antidepressants experience at least one side effect. The most common are nausea and vomiting, constipation, diarrhea, dizziness, headache and insomnia.Statement to ‘ screening of to Alzheimer consulting ‘In his reply to which UK National Screening Committee consults on screening for Alzheimer’s disease, to say the British Psychological Society in that the existing evidence support screening for people who are are at risk or the by are suspected of dementias, but the screening for Alzheimer’s disease the general population is not guaranteed. More information for consultation, visit the Society Politics Support Unit of international sites.

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