Now accepting the patients experiencing sadness, loneliness, feeling blue, having trouble concentrating, and are between the ages 7 and 65.
Everyone feels stressed or anxious at some point - and almost everyone will feel unhappy with their life or have difficulty sleeping. With depression, this becomes the norm - those suffering from depression find that it's not just an occasional moment where they feel off in one of these ways, but the occasional moment where they don't.
When unhappiness, anxiety, despondency, or any of the side-effects of these feelings start to rule your life, you need to get help. But sometimes that help doesn't make you feel completely better.
Adjunct therapies are designed to be used in addition to an antidepressant that helps, but doesn't alleviate all symptoms of depression. Call today to see if you qualify for a research study investigating new treatments for depression.
To find out if you qualify, call (609) 921-6050
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