Major depressive disorder is a highly recurring mood disorder and most treatment programs fail to address the risks of a relapse, which is a common occurrence. Some of the common treatment programs for depression include psychotherapy, medication, brain-stimulation, self-care and complementary health approaches. However, the efficacy of these treatments depends on the type of depression and its severity.
Researchers are constantly striving to come up with treatment methods that would ensure full recovery, without any risk of reoccurrence of the disorder. Today, medication and cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) are the most preferred treatments for depression and anxiety. However, a study by the […] Read more