Patience and persistence are key with treatment-resistant depression. Learn how long to stick with a medication, and options for managing this condition.
An expert in treatment-resistant depression shares successful treatment strategies doctors can try to help with TRD.
Managing treatment-resistant depression requires the right medicine in the right dosage and taking it the right way. Learn about medication strategies.
Striking a balance to manage treatment-resistant depression can take a toll. Learn from one patient's journey and see how research and community can help.
Educate yourself and go to your doctor equipped with smart questions that will help you better understand your depression.
About one-third of people with depression don’t seem to get better. Why don’t antidepressants work for everyone?
If treatment doesn’t help right away, don’t worry. There are stronger options that cut directly to the chase to hopefully help you feel better.
When you're being treated for depression, it's especially important to have personal and emotional support. Here are eight types of support that may help you during treatment.
People with mild to moderate symptoms of depression often benefit from therapy, behavioral changes, or a combination of both.
It’s important to find the right antidepressant at the right dose, but you should also know what interferes with them and can cause harmful interactions.
People with major depressive disorder are less likely to respond to the first antidepressant they are prescribed. Several things can cause that to happen.