Major Depressive Disorder: A Review into Potential Alternative Treatments with Psychostimulants, Lifestyle Modifications, and Current Mainstream Treatments of Depression

Saliba, Sam.

Abstract: Major depressive disorder (also known as MDD, clinical depression, or just "depression") is a mental illness characterized by a prolonged (at least 2 weeks) [1] depressed mood, loss of interest in activities, even ones that the patient found enjoyable, and a generalized feeling of anxiety and, for some, thoughts of suicide. It is, unfortunately, a too common of a mood disorder in the Uni... read more

Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences. Department of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics.
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