A Hidden Cause of Resistant Depression | Psychology Today

The good news is most clinical depression is treatable. Various types of psychotherapy and/or medications can help about 60 percent of patients on the first try, and many of those who fail initial treatment eventually get better too. However, a small portion, about 15 percent, have resistant depression that lingers on and seems unresponsive to all interventions. Researchers honed in on this population in a recent study in the American Journal of Psychiatry and found that a surprising number of these very resistant cases had a single, shared metabolic abnormality.

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