Practical Strategies for Coping with Treatment-Resistant Depression
Treatment-resistant depression (TRD) is a mental condition in which a person experiences persistent symptoms of depression despite several attempts to treat them. Although TRD is a challenging condition, fortunately, there are ways to cope with and manage symptoms to enhance the quality of life. Some practical strategies for coping with treatment-resistant depression include:
Treating Depression in Adults
Most patients who have depression will gain some relief from their depressive symptoms with treatment. Before a diagnosis or treatment is provided, a health professional will perform a thorough diagnostic evaluation. The evaluation will pinpoint specific symptoms and explore medical and family histories and cultural and environmental factors to plan a course of action. Let’s explore more about treating depression in adults.
Understanding Treatment-Resistant Depression and Its Importance
Treatment-resistant depression (TRD) is a form of major depression that doesn’t typically respond to conventional forms of treatment such as therapy or oral antidepressant. It also refers to a condition in which an individual experiences persistent symptoms of depression despite multiple attempts to treat them with standard interventions. Even though treatment-resistant depression is a challenging condition, it’s imperative for persons with TRD to seek specialized care to manage their symptoms.
Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)
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