A group of scientists from the Center for biomedical research at Oxford, analyzed the data 522 of research involving human 116.117, proved 21 antidepressant effective in soothing the symptoms of acute depression.
The study is published in the journal the Lancet.
The study showed that the effectiveness of treatment varies from drug to drug.
The most effective antidepressant according to the study, is amitriptyline, however, this drug is only in sixth place in terms of side effects. Least side effects of fluoxetine (known as prozac), but the effectiveness of this substance is extremely weak.