Fully Considering Antidepressant Side Effects

Executive Summary
  • Antidepressants have many problematic side effects, which the medical establishment de-emphasizes.
  • This article discusses these side effects.

Introduction

When we began researching antidepressants, one thing that caught me off-guard was the many common serious side effects. However, these side effects are greatly minimized by the medical establishment.

The Financial Incentives to Minimize Antidepressant Side Effects

Single antidepressants have yearly revenues in the billions of dollars, and Wellbutrin had roughly $6 billion in 2021, while Paxil had $11.6 billion. The more MDs educate their patients about antidepressant side effects, the less likely patients will be to take them — and the problem is that most treatments for depression outside of drugs are lengthy and expensive psychiatry approaches that most of the population cannot afford.

Wait One Second...

Why is The Article Not Viewable?

You are seeing this text instead of the article because of two potential reasons.

Reason #1: You are a Subscriber but Not Signed In

You can sign in by simply sending yourself a link to the email you signed in with by going here.

It's as easy as 1,2,3.  

You can read any article on the site as soon as you sign in.

Reason #2: You Are Not Yet Subscribed to the Site

This is a subscription site. That is how we pay for the research we do. We have to charge subscribers to access articles because, unlike WebMD, Healthline, or the Mayo Clinic, we don't allow pharmaceutical companies to write or edit our articles. 

You can access this and many other articles by becoming a subscriber.

How Do You Subscribe?

See the following article, which explains what you get with a subscription Subscribe to the Site.

You can be reading this article and many others like it in just a few minutes from now.