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A new report out of Sweden says it is easier to buy an over-the-counter anti-depressant than a prescription medication. The study’s authors point out that the use of antidepressants increases if people know they can get the medication, and that this is especially true, as with the over-the-counter medication, if treatment with the drug fails.
“In the past, the only way of getting over-the-counter drugs was to have to get the prescription,” said Dr. Kjell E. Fidler, a psychiatrist and co-author of the study. “Now, one can buy it at almost any pharmacy. This is very important at this time, because if we could control the prescription drugs then we would have a better chance of controlling the general use of antidepressants.”
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A 2016 study also found that there was a more pronounced increase in antidepressant prescriptions after the U.S.’s decision to legalize and tax the drugs earlier this year. The authors suggest that people with depression are more likely to get prescribed medications from pharmacies that will be profitable in the future, and that pharmacies are simply giving an advantage in the market, without changing patient care.
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The American Academy of Palliative Medicine and the Psychiatric Association have both issued warnings to physicians and patients about the lack of regulation of prescription medication. A spokesman for the American Psychiatric Association said: “It’s concerning that no medical association will address the issue of prescription drug abuse or misuse. The current lack of regulation is having a negative effect on patient safety and quality of life.”
Dr. Fidler and his colleagues say they found out about depression, anxiety disorders, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in patients who had not been treated for a mental illness. They also found that antidepressants were prescribed more frequently after the U.S. government put on hold its efforts to regulate the medications in 2012, so that more profits would go toward making the drugs safe.
“As a psychiatrist, you are responsible for prescribing a medication,” Fidler said. “When we saw the numbers, we realized that we could
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