'Good drugs' are allegidly those that are prescribed to you by a doctor, retrieved from a pharmacy and legal. 'Bad drugs' are usually referred to illegal drugs and people use recreationally. The truth is that the body doesn't know which drugs are 'good' and which are 'bad'...the neurotransmitters in your brain have no idea whether they are being effected from a drug you got at Walgreens or off of the street. I say that in no way to support illegal drug use, but rather, to make you question the safety of even so-called 'good drugs.' Pharmaceutical interventions for the treatment of depression should not be taken lightly as they effect the body and can be harmful to the body just like illegal drugs. Make sure you know what you are taking, take it in as small of a quantity as still allows it to be effective, and self-monitor how well the pharmaceutical drug intervention is helping. If it's not, perhaps try some non-drug treatments! (Or even, try these FIRST!)
'Good drugs' are allegidly those that are prescribed to you by a doctor, retrieved from a pharmacy and legal. 'Bad drugs' are usually referred to illegal drugs and people use recreationally. The truth...... (more)
I have only tried yoga at the gym. My friend said that certain type of yoga can help with my depression.
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