Is Your Medicine Contributing to Depression?

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Over 200 OTC and Rx medications increase your risk of depression.

Medical researchers found 1 in 3 adults are taking medications that increase the risk of depression. More than 200 common drugs have a potential side effect of depression. 

The list of over the counter and prescription medications includes Prilosec and other Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPI) used to decrease stomach acid, Zantac to decrease stomach acid, beta blockers for blood pressure and irregular heart beats, and Xanax taken for anxiety.

The medical study from Columbia University doesn't prove that that the medications cause depression but people that take these medications have higher risk of being depressed. 

If you don't have a history of being depressed, then started having problems with depression after starting a prescription or non-prescription medication, let your health care practitioner know. 

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