A depression medicine pill can actually help people deal with their symptoms


A depression pill can help people cope with their pain and suffering, with the results being that the drug can actually improve their mood, a new study has found.

The study published in the journal PLOS ONE showed the drug, called mirtazapine, is not only effective at treating depressive symptoms, it also helped people with PTSD.

Depression and PTSD, or post traumatic stress disorder, are often described as the two major forms of anxiety that many people suffer from.

PTSD can be severe and it can be difficult to treat, as it can lead to suicide.

The drug mirtaxa, which can be taken as an injection or taken as a tablet, is the main treatment option for people suffering from both PTSD and depression.

Depressed people often have a number of physical symptoms including pain, tiredness, sleep disturbance and weight loss.

But it has been well known that drugs like antidepressants and anti-depressants can help with these physical symptoms.

But these drugs can also cause depression, which means they can also make people feel less happy, which in turn makes them feel anxious and depressed.

The new study was conducted by researchers from the University of Southampton in the UK, and published in PLOS One.

It looked at the use of a combination of mirta and an anti-inflammatory drug called amitriptyline in depressed people.

Amitriptol is an antihistamine used to treat some conditions including asthma, hay fever and allergic reactions, but it can also help people suffering a range of conditions including depression.

Mirtazepine is a mood stabilizer drug that can improve mood, and the drug also works in conjunction with a number other anti-inflammatories.

“We have found mirtaziapine to be very effective in reducing symptoms of depression,” lead researcher Professor Alan J. O’Brien told The Independent.

“There was a reduction in depressive symptoms when it was combined with anti-histamines.”

The researchers then found that mirtavir also helped patients with PTSD cope with symptoms of the illness, and it did so by boosting the production of brain chemicals that are known to help people to feel better.

“The brain chemicals are involved in memory, thinking, feeling and regulating emotions,” Professor O’Briens said.

“They can all be influenced by drugs that help people with depression.”

If you are feeling a lot of anxiety or depression, you may be at higher risk of developing these mental health problems.

“He said the study also found that the use the drug was associated with a reduction of depression symptoms in the participants who took the medication.”

So the findings are very encouraging and we hope that people who are depressed and feel they are experiencing depression will take the drug and hopefully feel better,” he said.

The findings are also likely to be useful for people who suffer from other forms of depression.

For instance, there is a possibility that mrtazapines antidepressant drug may also help those suffering from anxiety and panic disorders, as well as the chronic fatigue syndrome, a condition that can lead people to develop chronic pain and sleep disturbance.”

Our results indicate that the combination of antidepressants and mirtaflor may be effective for those with anxiety disorders, panic disorders and chronic fatigue,” Dr O’Reilly added.”

This is very encouraging as depression is one of the leading causes of disability worldwide and is a major public health problem in the developing world.