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Re: Actually, that's not what the study found.

Posted by shasling on January 3, 2009, at 0:48:20

In reply to Re: Actually, that's not what the study found. seldomseen, posted by SLS on December 30, 2008, at 9:24:24

> In addition, one needs to take into consideration the loss of brain tissue in various regions that is a consequence of depression itself. There is white matter loss seen, which becomes more pronounced with advancing age. Of course, we are familiar with the loss of volume of the hippocampus that occurs, regardless of age and treatment status. These types of changes are more pronounced in bipolar disorder
> - Scott

Cheers to that this comment,which ill add also goes for a lot of BENZO W/D worry,lets not forget why one began a medication to start with,stopping say a benzo without some solid assurance your a anxiety is under control with not only bring the obvious w/d with it,but it never cured you just treated so a return of original symptoms shouldent be surprising.




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