Understanding the different medications available for anxiety, depression, insomnia, and ADHD can help to inform your conversation with a licensed prescriber. Speak to a Cerebral prescribing provider to receive a personalized treatment plan.
- Amphetamine / Adderall
- Aripiprazole / Abilify
- Atomoxetine / Strattera
- Buproprion / Wellbutrin
- Buspirone / Buspar
- Citalopram /Celexa
- Clonzepam / Klonopin
- Clonidine / Catapres
- Escitalopram / Lexapro
- Fluoxetine / Prozac
- Gabapentin / Neurontin
- Hydroxyzine / Paomate
- Lamotrigine / Lamictal
- Mirtzapine / Remeron
- Propranolol / Inderal
- Quetiapine / Seroquel
- Sertraline / Zoloft
- Trazodone / Desyrel
- Venlafaxine / Effexor
- Alprazolam / Xanax
*List is not exhaustive, meet with a licensed prescriber to personalize your treatment plan and learn which medication is right for you
Commonly Asked Questions
- Can you diagnose depression, anxiety, ADHD, insomnia and more virtually?
Yes! With mental health concerns, diagnosing over video appointments is just as accurate as diagnosing in-person. The same clinical guidelines and tools are used in-person and remotely.
- Can antidepressants or anti-anxiety medication be prescribed online?
Yes, Cerebral's licensed prescribers may prescribe antidepressants and anti-anxiety medication and ensure your treatment is delivered right to your door. The process is seamless and effortless. With Cerebral, you will meet with a licensed prescriber to personalize your treatment plan.
- Can I get a refill online?
Yes, you will be mailed your medication every month so you won't need to worry about picking up your refills at the pharmacy each month.
- Are antidepressants available over the counter?
No, antidepressants require a prescription as they might have side effects and drug interactions. Cerebral's prescribers and Care Counselors are dedicated to helping you track and manage your treatment.
- When will I see the antidepressants take effect?
On average, antidepressants begin to work in 6 weeks. Your doctor will work with you to determine the best medication and talk to you about how long it might take for you. Everyone's brain and chemical makeups are different, and your treatment will be unique to you.