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Medication can be an important part of treatment for any physical condition, including mental health. For a variety of reasons, you or your loved ones may not be comfortable with psychotropic medications – those that are used to treat mental health symptoms. You may also be hesitant about talking to your doctors about including medications as part of your treatment. It’s okay to question clinicians about all therapy choices – including medications. Your care, concern, and close interactions with loved ones offers valuable insight into their recovery.
Watch this video to learn more about how psychotropic medications work.
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