Depression medications are also increasing anti-antibiotics in bacteria


Observation of Australian Scientists

Australian scientists have discovered that commonly used medicines in depression treatment also increase the resistance of anti-biotech in germs and strengthening them unmatched.

Although there were various negative effects of depression medicines in the past. They were related to human brain and physical health. But it is the first time that they have also been seen to resist antibiotics in gurus (Bacteria).

Australia’s University of Queensland

Biberin, Australia’s University of Queensland, has been associated with the “Advanced Water Management Center” and the “Advanced Water Management Center” Peers have discovered this grievous discovery during “research on the e-column”.


Several months of research, it came to know that a significant mixture of common and popular medicines in depression, with the fluoxetine being resisted for only 30 days, is extremely effective in resistant antibiotics in glands. Crores can increase up to a fold. It is very dangerous. In this case, this research has been done only in E-coli bacteria. Whereas it is yet to be tried on other types of glands. especially the disease that spreads diseases.

Tie Killasan

This specialist team has proved by researching on a common component of hand wash and toothpaste, “Tie Killasan”, to prove that its regular use increases resistance against antibiotics in the germs. However, fresh research is far more worried because it suggests that 11 percent of fluoccinins are not completely converted after reaching our body. On the other hand, it has also been found that for the long-term germs. e.g.  Anti-biotech resistance will be increased in glands as well.

The details of this research have been published in the latest issue of Research Journal “Procurement International”.


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