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Re: Neighbor who is a teacher Says SSRI's Cause Memory linkadge

Posted by TylerJ on March 30, 2006, at 8:11:13

In reply to Re: Neighbor who is a teacher Says SSRI's Cause Memory, posted by linkadge on March 29, 2006, at 13:29:59

> >They've also proven that people who suffer from >depression and anxiety with or without >medication suffer from memory loss. They also >know that this illness destroys brain cells, >people with chronic dep. with or without meds
> >suffer from a lowering of their personal I.Q.
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> I know that depression can impact the functionality of the hippocampus. I don't know if the statment could be extended to say that depressed individuals suffer from a lowering of IQ, IQ is not thought to reside in the hippocampus. Do you have any references for that conclusion ?
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> There has also been debate as to the validity of the assertion that antidepressants can prevent or repair this damamge. Some studies show that antidepressants reduce depression induced hippocampal loss and atropy while other studies suggest that no such conclusion can be made.
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> It is a similar arugment with schizophrenia. Although the antipsychotics can help symptoms of schizophrenia, they do not really correct or halt the underlying progression of the illness, sometimes they acutally make it worse.
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Yes, I got my information from The Enquirer Magazine..Just kidding. Seriously, I believe I read it at Crazymeds.org.

Tyler


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