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Question 1: [9] Other new anti-depressants include ________ (Wellbutrin), venlafaxine (Effexor), mirtazapine ('Remeron' OR ('Avanza' in Australia)), and duloxetine (Cymbalta).
BupropionSelegilineTranylcypromineLisdexamfetamine

Question 2: Dysthymia (pronounced /dɪsˈθaɪmiə/) is a chronic ________ that falls within the depression spectrum, the opposite of hyperthymia.
Omega-3 fatty acidAntidepressantMood disorderBupropion

Question 3: Low energy, disturbances in sleep or in appetite, and low ________ typically contribute to the clinical picture as well.
Relational aggressionPsychological manipulationSelf-esteemBullying

Question 4: Older antidepressants, such as a tricyclic antidepressant or an ________ can be tried in such cases.
PardoprunoxMonoamine oxidase inhibitorTetracyclic antidepressantTrimipramine

Question 5: Sometimes two different anti-depressant medications are prescribed together, or a physician may prescribe a mood stabilizer or anti-anxiety medication in combination with an ________.
AntidepressantMirtazapineAnxiolyticStimulant

Question 6: Some sufferers describe being under ________.
Stress (biology)HypertensionChronic stressBiofeedback

Question 7: It is considered a chronic depression, but with less severity than ________.
Bipolar disorderMood disorderMajor depressive disorderSchizoaffective disorder

Question 8: Some side effects for SSRIs are "sexual dysfunction, nausea…diarrhea, sleepiness or insomnia, short-term memory loss and ________".
Restless legs syndromeDyskinesiaHemiballismusTremor

Question 9: [5][6] (If a person experience these episodes they may suffer from ________.)
Mood disorderBipolar disorderMajor depressive disorderCyclothymia

Question 10: During the the first two years of this syndrome, the patient has not had a ________.
Major depressive episodeMajor depressive disorderHypersomniaBipolar disorder
















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