Taking anti-depressants have a significant impact on the risk of future stroke in the brain. This is stated in one of the articles of the journal of the American Heart Association.
The constant use of antidepressants by 32% increased risk of stroke in the elderly. Usually antidepressants are prescribed to people with severe depressive States. Often the disease is chronic, "light" and "dark" intervals".
Previously, scientists talked about the increased risk of ischemic heart disease among a group of patients with depression. Now we are talking about stroke. It is possible that antidepressants really affect the function of the cardiovascular system.
Experts in the field of psychiatry are advised not to take antidepressants uncontrollably. If possible, every 2 to 4 weeks after the appointment of this group of drugs visit their doctor for dose adjustment and eventual replacement of the medication to another.