Many people these days are on an SSRI, a selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitor. Like Lexapro. Or Prozac. But there is some danger that needs mostly to be known to be prevented. There’s a condition called serotonin syndrome, where you have too much serotonin in your system, that can be very dangerous. It doesn’t happen that often, but you need to know the symptoms and catch it before it wreaks true danger. So on today’s SelfWork YGTG, we’ll define what it is and what you should do if you, or someone you love, experiences it.

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Article I took most of this information from (as well as my clinical experience…).

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