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The report includes estimates for the market size of pour point depressants for 2015 and projected demand of the same by 2020.
Depressants also reduce sensitivity to both psychological and physical stimuli -- meaning the abuser escapes from reality and its concerns, responsibilities, and other problems.
A new report reveals a 116 per cent rise in five years in the use of anti- depressants such as Prozac.
Research chief Dr Dermot Walsh said: "Anti- depressants don't seem to be solving the problem.
THE number of children being prescribed anti- depressants and other mood altering drugs has risen 70 per cent in two years, research reveals.