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Research Article

The Effect of Methylated Vitamin B Complex on Depressive and Anxiety Symptoms and Quality of Life in Adults with Depression

Table 3

Prevalence of prescription and over-the-counter medication usage.

MedicationCategoryTotal SampleMax Stress BPlaceboStatistic

AntianxietyYes9 (15.3%)3 (10.0%)6 (20.7%) (1) = 1.3,
No50 (84.7%)27 (90.0%)23 (79.3%)
AntidepressantYes26 (44.1%)16 (53.3%)10 (34.5%) (1) = 2.1,
No33 (55.9%)14 (46.7%)19 (65.5%)
Current prescriptionAntiviralYes10 (16.9%)4 (13.3%)6 (20.7%) (1) = 0.6,
No49 (83.1%)26 (86.7%)23 (79.3%)
AntihypertensiveYes10 (16.9%)3 (10%)7 (24.1%) (1) = 2.1,
No49 (83.1%)27 (90%)22 (75.9%)
InsomniaYes19 (32.2%)11 (36.7%)8 (27.6%) (1) = 0.6,
No40 (67.8%)19 (63.3%)21 (72.4%)

AspirinYes11 (18.6%)4 (13.3%)7 (24.1%) (1) = 1.1,
No48 (81.4%)26 (86.7%)22 (75.9%)
OTC in the prior weekTylenolYes13 (22%)7 (23.3%)6 (20.7%) (1) = 0.1,
No46 (78%)23 (76.7%)23 (79.3%)
Vitamin/mineralYes10 (16.9%)3 (10%)7 (24.1%) (1) = 2.1,
No49 (83.1%)27 (90%)22 (75.9%)

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