There are lots of types medication that can be used for anxiety and other mental health conditions. It can also be quite confusing and complicated as a GP or psychiatrist can take time to find the right medication for you. It becomes very useful to have information on these drugs for the patients so that you know what to expect. Mind have produced some great resources on medication and have agreed that No Panic can host a copy for all of you visiting us. You can see Mind’s website at www.mind.org.uk.

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