March 27, 2016 • 1 min
There are a lot of doubts and questions about how effective antidepressants are. Many professionals in the field of psychology claim that for drugs to work, we need 'precision medication'. The aim of precision medication is to develop strategies that are best suited to each patient's biological, psychological, and social profile. Certain characteristics, such as socioeconomic factors, can predict how someone will respond to a drug. For example, if you have a job, you may be more likely to respond to a specific type of antidepressants.