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How There Was Never Any Evidence, Depression is Due to Chemical Imbalance in Brain

Executive Summary

  • SSRIs are based on the hypothesis that depression is due to a chemical imbalance in brain.
  • This hypothesis has been disproven. 

Introduction

The medical establishment has made enormous sums from SSRIs, the dominant category of antidepressants. Research published in the journal Nature now shows that the hypothesis of how SSRIs work cannot reduce depression.

It is interesting to learn that the chemical imbalance in brain hypothesis, as with the serotonin hypothesis, was put forward by pharmaceutical companies and was not established science. 

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