Erin, Bart & Nathaniel discuss the taboo subject about Antidepressants, coffee and how the week went on planet Barty.
Erin explains that Antidepressant is the umbrella term for medication that is used to treat mental illnesses not just depression. There are five main types of antidepressants.
With 1 in 8* Australians taking some sort of antidepressant (this is around 15% of the population), they’re becoming more common to take. But how many of us know what antidepressants do or the types of antidepressants available?
Antidepressants work by balancing chemicals in your brain called neurotransmitters, however like many things this isn’t as straightforward as it sounds. As the brain is complex it can often take time to figure out the right medication (or combination of medications) and it can take anywhere from weeks to months to notice a change. To read the full article click here.
Nathaniel & Bart shout the launch of 'The Cupping Show' where we'll be cupping/tasting coffee's from the region for you guys with love, zero discrimination and making sure each profile is paired well with kits & equipment.
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