Addiction Topic Keyword: Depression (p. 1 of 1)

  • What Is Paxil?

    What Is Paxil?

    Paxil is the brand name for the generic drug Paroxetine, which is manufactured by Glaxo Smith Klein (GSK) Drug Company. Paxil is the one of the most widely-prescribed drugs for the treatment of depression and other similar disorders. Paroxetine comes in tablets, including those that are considered to be long-lasting, and liquid. Dosage strengths vary, and can be as low as .05 mg or as high as 60...

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  • Lexapro Abuse and Withdrawal

    Lexapro Abuse and Withdrawal

    Lexapro is also known as escitalopram oxalate, and is a prescription only antidepressant medication that is used for the treatment of a number of specific conditions. Lexapro is currently manufactured by a company known as Forest Pharmaceuticals. Currently, Lexapro is licensed for the treatment of generalized anxiety disorder or GAD and depression, known either as clinical depression or as major...

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  • Substance Abuse Recovery and Depression

    Substance Abuse Recovery and Depression

    Dealing with Depression When Recovering from Substance Abuse Depression seems to be one of the most common symptoms a person experiences when they're recovering from alcohol or drug addiction. Besides drug cravings depression is one of the reasons many people relapse and go right back to using again. Everyone's experience during recovery from drug abuse is different in terms of depression. Some...

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  • Depression as a Cause of Substance Abuse and Addiction:  The Vicious Cycle

    Depression as a Cause of Substance Abuse and Addiction: The Vicious Cycle

    Why does substance abuse become a cycle? Is it weakness on the part of the drug user? Is the failure of the drug treatment system? The answer to these questions cannot be answered in a single sentence. Most people, who do not have a substance abuse disorder, blame the inpidual. It is an easy thing to do since the assumption is the inpidual must have control over his or her behavior. This is true...

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