Coming off antidepressants risks relapse – but so does staying on them

There are risks to quitting antidepressants, but there is no harm in continuing them. Okskaz/Getty Images
A study found that people who quit taking antidepressants out of desperation could relapse into depression. While some may interpret these findings as a reason to keep taking antidepressants indefinitely, the reality is much more complicated.

Antidepressants have been in high demand in many countries with high incomes. In England, one in 10 people uses antidepressants. Side effects can occur with antidepressants.


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