The Truth About SSRI Meds, Serotonin and Anxiety


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The Truth About SSRI Meds, Serotonin and Anxiety

Carlo Carandang, MD

Dr. Carlo Carandang, MD, is a licensed psychiatrist and a Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. Dr. Carandang is the founder of (anxiety online help) and author of "Anxiety Protocol" (self-help book) . He is the formulator of KalmPro (anxiety natural supplement).


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Carandang, C. (2015). The Truth About SSRI Meds, Serotonin and Anxiety. Psych Central. Retrieved on January 24, 2020, from


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Last updated: 31 Oct 2015
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