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Side Effects of Antidepressants

Friday, 27 May 2011 02:25 PM

The popularity of antidepressant drugs has been growing over the years,
but there are some major health concerns associated with using antidepressants. Even medical research has confirmed that antidepressant drugs can have adverse effects on our health in the long run. Though they provide momentary relief, their side effects can prove costly.

Some of the side effects of using antidepressant drugs are:

• Dry mouth
• Blurred vision
• Weight Gain
• Constipation
• Loss of libido
• Headache
• Nausea
• Urinary retention
• Anxiety
• Gastrointestinal disturbance
• Sleep disruption

It is advisable to avoid using antidepressants drugs as much as possible. If you need to take them, do so under strict medical supervision so as to avoid their harmful side effects.

For more information on antidepressants, see below:

Side Effects of Wellbutrin

Side Effects of Lexapro

Side Effects of Zoloft

Side Effects of Celexa

Side Effects of Cymbalta

 

  

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