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When Eleanor, 25, was struggling with anxiety and low mood at uni, her doctor prescribed her sertraline, an SSRI antidepressant. She shares what the experience was like for her.
Taking medication for your mental health can feel scary, especially if you don't know what to expect. Freya, 22, shares what she has learnt about taking medication.
When Tara, 18, was struggling with anxiety and low mood at the start of lockdown, her doctor suggested she try taking the antidepressant sertraline. Here she shares her experience.
It can be scary telling your school about mental health problems, but it can also help them support you. Maria, 18, shares her experience.
Sometimes finding the right mental health medication for you can take time. Seren, 22, shares her journey to find the right medication to help treat depression and anxiety.
Medications affect everybody differently. Christopher, 22, shares his experience of taking two different antipsychotic medications.
When Katy was diagnosed with a panic disorder, her GP recommended she started a low dosage of propranolol. Here’s her story.
Elizabeth shares how starting medication was initially daunting, but how much it helped her recovery when she was a hospital inpatient for anorexia.