Healthy Living: A More Personalized Approach to Treating Depression
Studies find that more than one in five U.S. adults suffered with depression during the last few years.
This number is over three times higher than before the pandemic.
Diagnosis and treatment is often the same for everyone. Therapy and anti-depressants are usually prescribed, but research shows that anti-depressants work for only 30% of patients.
That’s why researchers are working on a more personalized approach.
Andrea Ludema explains more about it in today’s Healthy Living.