Carlsberg napisał(a):Jak to jak często? Nigdy nie wraca! :)
Jak to powraca, mnie nie opuszcza ;]
For people who do not respond to CBT, some studies suggest that adding medication may then be helpful. It is not yet known whether repeated courses of CBT are helpful for people who initially respond but then later relapse. Relapse rates after a person with an anxiety disorder stops taking medication are generally high, between 30 and 40 percent, although some data suggest that using effective medication for a year or more may reduce this risk, at least for PD patients.
Treatment for anxiety disorders is highly successful at helping a person over immediate problems. Most patients respond well to CBT or medication, and combining the two treatments may be more effective than either alone. Approximately 80 percent of people with GAD and PD respond to a short, intense course of treatment over about 12 weeks. Studies now suggest that remission of symptoms can be long-lasting following a successful course of CBT; improvement often continues for more than a year.
The researchers found that the relapse rates in phase 2 were 9.8 percent for patients continuing on venlafaxine XR and 53.7 percent for patients switched to placebo. In contrast, patients who were treated with placebo for a full 12 months had a lower relapse rate (32.4 percent)than those treated with venlafaxine for 6 months before switching to placebo (53.7 percent).
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