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New study on depression being chemical imbalance - BS

Started by ronr, July 21, 2022, 05:32:28 PM

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ronr

Times are tough when "Happy Hour" is your nap.
My mind not only wanders, sometimes it leaves completely!

looneylane

I just spent an hour writing a response partially because i am passionate about this subject and partially because my attention span....."SQUIRREL" ....is limited and some how when I went to post it all disappeared needless to say my brain chemistry is now in grumpy mode....

foxgrove

DS*F$LJ@#RF'n things!!!  Takes a computer to really f up a life!  Wow, they finally figured out it's more complex than a lack of a chemical, huh.  Geez.  That took them long enough.  Some of those damn things really thew our lives for a loop and a couple of them almost took it. Not a real big fan of serotonin meds, even though I am still on a low dose of one of them. Considering my grandfather, my mother, myself, and most of my kids suffer from depression to one degree or another, I would think there is a whole lot more than "take this pill and you'll be all better".  What is your take on this?
Where God leads, His hand always provides
...so keep Calm and code on....

Foxgrove

Robby

I haven't read the article yet, but I will, but I've been told for years it was was an impablance, especially when you have bi-polar like I do, that imbalance swings from one way to the other all the time, or you are both manic and depressed at the same d--- time. that is an interesting mood to be in, let me tell ya.
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