And one of the things that often gets lost in discussions of depression is that you know it's ridiculous. You know it's ridiculous while you're experiencing it. You know that most people manage to listen to their messages and eat lunch and organize themselves to take a shower and go out the front door and that it's not a big deal, and yet you are nonetheless in its grip and you are unable to figure out any way around it. And so I began to feel myself doing less and thinking less and feeling less. It was a kind of nullity.
But in 1994, three years later, I found myself losing interest in almost everything. I didn't want to do any of the things I had previously wanted to do, and I didn't know why. The opposite of depression is not happiness, but vitality. And it was vitality that seemed to seep away from me in that moment. Everything there was to do seemed like too much work. I would come home and I would see the red light flashing on my answering machine, and instead of being thrilled to hear from my friends, I would think, "What a lot of people that is to have to call back." Or I would decide I should have lunch, and then I would think, but I'd have to get the food out and put it on a plate and cut it up and chew it and swallow it, and it felt to me like the Stations of the Cross.
As clinicians, we routinely make critical decisions for our patients with depression. Because of the uncertainty of factors that affect diagnosis and treatment, clinicians may find an objective, quick measurement tool helpful. Measurementbased care (MBC) provides specific and objective information on which to base clinical decisions and should therefore enhance quality of care and treatment outcomes. (1-3) MBC rests on these assumptions. * Compared with general questions that are typically asked during a patient evaluation, specific measurements (administered by clinicians or self-reported by patients) provide more accurate information on which to establish a diagnosis, assess treatment outcomes, and modify treatments. * Patients who complete these measurement tests will better understand their disorder and treatment effects, which will enable them to better manage their depression. * Medical records that include the results of specific measurements will assist subsequent clinicians in understanding the results of prior treatments. * The routine use of the same measurements in practice and clinical research studies will help clinicians translate research findings into their own practices. * For most outpatients with depression, self-report methods are available that are free and that take little time and effort. Diagnostic measurements Researchers have used criterion-based diagnostic methods for years. After DSM-III was introduced in 1980, the Structured Clinical Interviews for DSM-III (SCID) (and later for DSMIV) were developed to obtain lifetime diagnoses. (4,5) Briefer structured interviews were then developed, including the Mini-International Neuropsychiatric Interview (MINI), which assesses only current diagnoses, and the MINI-Plus, which elicits information about current and past diagnoses. (6-8) The MINI takes 30 to 40 minutes to administer, while the MINI-Plus may take up to 60 minutes. Studies have shown that structured or semistructured interviews provide more accurate diagnoses than typical practice. For example, clinically rendered diagnoses were compared with those made based on SCID results. (9) Major diagnostic differences were found in 40% of outpatients with clinical diagnoses of schizophrenia or bipolar or major depressive disorders. In addition, when clinicians were provided with a diagnosis that was determined using SCID, they changed the chart diagnosis in a substantial proportion of cases and prescribed fewer medications. (10) Symptom measurements Once a diagnosis has been made and therapy has been initiated, the regimen must often be modified because of intolerance, adverse effects, or other less-than-desirable symptomatic outcomes. Medication and somatic therapies are typically aimed at treating symptoms, but psychotherapy and disease self-management may also address other aspects of treatment (eg, medication adherence, social/occupational function, self-esteem). The Texas Medication Algorithm Project (TMAP) and the Sequenced Treatment Alternatives to Relieve Depression (STAR*D) studies showed that diligent assessment of symptoms and adverse effects enhances outcomes. (11-14) The goal of therapy for depression is symptom remission and, ultimately, sustained remission and functional recovery. (15) Most patients require more than 1 treatment revision (eg, altered dosage, treatment, or delivery). When implementing guideline-driven or evidencebased care, initial treatment is continued until remission or maximal symptom improvement is obtained or until the patient cannot tolerate the regimen. Thereafter, the dosage or type of treatment may...
第二,加强营养。良好的饮食结构可以使我们身体机能得到很大的提高,抑郁症患者在日常治疗过程中,除了按时吃药以外日常饮食也是非常需要注意的,有些食物对改善抑郁有较大的益处。如深海瑰宝——鱼。鱼体内的成分Omega-3脂肪酸是天然的抵抗抑郁症的瑰宝。常食用海鱼,会明显降低抑郁症的发病、缓解抑郁情绪。还有快乐水果——香蕉、葡萄柚、樱桃等,其中,香蕉有一种可以令人兴奋和提高情绪精神的物质——生物碱,非常有利于增加人体大脑血清素。血清素的增加有助于,神经细胞的传递,提高大脑神经系统,这也是抑郁症的食疗方法之一。心情法宝——大蒜、南瓜。大蒜和南瓜都是帮助人们恢复心情的法宝。常吃大蒜人们就不会感觉劳累和焦虑,对急躁情绪有所缓解。南瓜中的维生素可以帮助人体补充B6和铁,南瓜被称为天然的人体汽油。合理的饮食对人体本身产生积极因素,都是对抗抑郁的好东西,但是我们还是要注意有些食物不适合患者,如酒、浓茶、咖啡、油炸辛辣等食物,尽可能避免食用。

问•举痛论》中说:"百病皆生于气。"《医方论-越鞠丸》中亦说:"凡 郁病必先气病,气得流通,郁于何有。"抑郁症,焦虑症的病变机制关键在 于情志不舒,气郁发于始,终于末,贯穿于本病始终。而情志不遂,气机不畅 乃始发于肝,明•赵献可《医贯•郁病论》中认为五郁以木郁为先导。《丹 溪心法》云:"郁者,结聚而不得发越也,当升者不升,当降者不得降,当变 化者不得变化也。此为传化失常,六郁之病见矣。,,肝主疏泄,喜条达,肝之 疏泄功能正常,则全身气机升降出入运动疏通畅达,通而不滞,气血调和, 经络通利,脏腑器官活动正常协调,情志舒畅。由于各脏腑间存在相生相克的 关系,故肝之疏泄功能失常,可以累及心、脾、肾,演变为多种病证,出现神 志功能失调的不同性质的各类郁证症候群。肝气郁结,血行不畅可致血瘀; 肝失疏泄,水津停滞,聚湿为痰;肝气不畅,郁久化火;肝郁化火,灼伤肝阴, 导致肾阴亏虚;肝郁气滞,木不疏土,导致脾失健运;脾伤而致食少纳呆,营 血渐耗,心失所养,神失所藏而心慌不安、情绪低落、懒言少动、反应緩慢 等;痰火互结,扰乱心神出现烦躁、失眠等。根据《证治汇补'郁证》:"郁 病虽多,皆因气不周流,法当顺气为先。"及《素问.'六元正纪大论》:"木 郁达之",以疏通气机为总的治则,并依据瘀、血、痰、火以及虚、实之病 理演变机制与实际辨证相结合,以疏肝活血、养心安神、化痰开窍为主。


我的情敌 前任,他的第一个女人,有天告诉他,因为我们的事,她得了抑郁症,她和我说不止一次的想到为他而自杀,也因此他既不敢同她结婚(之前在一起很多年就是因为性格不合她敏感娇气各种吵 一哭二闹然后就是动剪子跳楼 这是病的话根本很难正常相处),他也不敢和我结婚(父母亲戚都认可我 但是她不能释怀 怕刺激她真做了傻事 我们也会自责不能安稳过日子 ),这个局面已经僵持了快两年了,弄得现在的我也很焦虑 感到无法解脱,我曾想帮助她,还没接触就被她拒绝,她跟他说,不想看到我听到我,只要我消失,她的病就好了。我想问,是不是我放弃牺牲了自己的爱情,让出来,让男朋友去照顾她,陪伴她,她就能真的康复? 我都分不清她是不是真的得了抑郁症还只是一种要挟手段。她说她去医院 经过医生诊断的 还开了好多进口药吃。 人都是有同情心的,她的身世她的经历就像韩剧里的灰姑娘一样可怜,我不想跟这样的一个姑娘争,自己也好压抑,常常夜里睡不好觉,就是那种明明很困,打着哈欠就是躺下来大脑却停不了机的那种感觉。我是没去医院,我这样也会得抑郁症么?
经颅磁刺激技术(transcranial magnetic stimulation,TMS)即以磁信号刺激颅脑神经方式达到神经功能改善目的。TMS在1985应用于临床治疗,随着技术的发展与革新,出现具有连续可调功能的重复TMS(repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation,rTMS),并在临床精神病、神经疾病及康复领域获得越来越多的认可。低频和高频rTMS均能有效治疗抑郁症,二者效果相当,但前者耐受性更好,适应人群更广泛,故目前抑郁症治疗中主要采用低频rTMS。2016年美国临床经颅刺激学会发布的TMS治疗重度抑郁症共识[22]指出,每日左前额TMS治疗急性期抑郁症患者安全有效。该共识认为,对于临床诊断符合DSM-5定义的抑郁症,单次发作或复发性抑郁症、抗抑郁症药物治疗效果不佳或不耐受的患者,应考虑单独或合并TMS治疗。TMS在急性期及急性期后治疗中均有良好效果,并且急性期后持续TMS治疗可降低抑郁症复发风险。

4.2.2 青少年抑郁症 研究表明,约有2.8%的13岁以下儿童及5.6%的13~18岁青少年患抑郁症,且多数具有阳性家族史[15]。早期识别和有效治疗可以减少青少年抑郁症对家庭、社会和学习功能的影响,并可降低抑郁症持续进展、自杀及药物滥用风险。多个指南[16-17]均推荐对青少年抑郁症进行综合治疗干预,并强调了诊治初期对患者进行全面综合评估、建立治疗联盟(包括患者、家长、学校及相关医疗机构等)及心理干预与动态随访管理的重要性。目前尚无绝对安全有效的青少年抗抑郁症药物。NICE指南指出,青少年轻度抑郁症不建议药物初始治疗;中重度抑郁症患者,如病情允许,建议先进行3~4个月心理治疗,效果不佳时可联合药物治疗,不建议单独药物治疗[16]。美国预防服务工作组(U.S.Preventive Services Task Force,USPSTF)指出,8岁以上儿童推荐使用氟西汀,12~17岁青少年可使用艾司西酞普兰。作为美国食品药品管理局(FDA)通过的儿童及青少年抑郁治疗药物,氟西汀可能是最优选择,但服药期间仍应密切关注患者症状及行为改变,警惕病情反复或加重,尤其需警惕自杀风险[17]。青少年抑郁症通常病程较长,复发风险高,向双向障碍发展可能性大,且处于生理、心理不断发展期,治疗期间应动态监测,及时调整治疗方案。
儿童和青少年的药物治疗一直处于争议之中,因为不同药物的药量和副作用都不同,推荐用药和剂量大部分都是按照成年人而定的指标,在儿童和青少年的药物治疗中最主要的挑战还是在于如何在药物效果和其副作用中做取舍。不过即使在儿童和青少年这个群体中,抗抑郁药物仍然表现出显著的医疗效果。但是不同的药物效果差距很大,对于三环类药物,一份2013年的研究发现在6-18岁这个年龄段中,药物的几乎没有反应率并且对于抑郁症只有很小的作用。然而,当这个年龄段只限制在青少年阶段的时候,尽管总的药效还是不高,但是在这个年龄段有所提高。另外一份2012年的研究发现更新型的抗抑郁药物,对比安慰剂的话,康复率为45%vs38%。但是也有证据表明相比于安慰剂,药物会引起更高的自杀想法(4%vs2.5%)。还有研究专注于康复率,发现药物反应率与安慰剂反应率的对比为61%与50%。不过大量的研究发现总的来说,新型药物SSRI的药效都较为良好,并且氟西汀_百度百科的效果最为显著。
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