Depression, Antidepressants, Neurobiology and Therapeutics

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"Professor Phil Cowen discusses the neurobiological basis of antidepressants and future treatment mechanisms.

Psychiatry is a medical discipline seeking to understand and treat mental illness. These podcasts provide an introduction to core topics in psychiatry, and to research undertaken in the Oxford University Department of Psychiatry. This series is relevant to health-care professionals and members of the public. The topic podcasts are particularly relevant to medical students studying psychiatry.

This lecture was released in Dec 2014 by the Department of Psychiatry at Oxford University under a creative commons license: attribution, share-alike, non-commercial.

Please see the University of Oxford Podcast Series for further open content: http://podcasts.ox.ac.uk/series/psych..."

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"Accept that the depression or anxiety is there for now, stop thinking about it and learn to function as best you can even with the worst depression or anxiety that you have ever felt. And take hope in the knowledge that this will get better."

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