Nadia Whiston

Nadia Whiston

Nadia completed her MA in English Literature in 2021, before her degree she worked as a mentor for young adults and as a researcher in South East London. Nadia has been a PA to a couple of interesting people and has written critically about books and authors, and enjoys writing medical content because she believes it is important.

Articles worked on by Nadia Whiston

Medically Reviewed
  • 23rd Nov 2022
  • Est. 11 minutes read

Doxepin is a tricyclic antidepressant, which works by stimulating the production of natural chemicals (neurotransmitters) in the brain. Doxepin is...

Medically Reviewed
  • 23rd Nov 2022
  • Est. 12 minutes read

Venlafaxine is a medication that can be ordered by prescription only. Belonging to a family of antidepressant drugs named selected...

  • Written by Nadia Whiston
  • Clinically Reviewed by Amy Shelby
Medically Reviewed
  • 12th Jan 2023
  • Est. 4 minutes read

It is well-reported that unipolar depression, or depression as we know it, is more commonly documented in women. No statistic,...

Medically Reviewed
  • 12th Jan 2023
  • Est. 3 minutes read

Bipolar disorder is a neurological condition with extreme positive to negative mood swings. Positive episodes can be manic, euphoric, impulsive,...

Medically Reviewed
  • 12th Jan 2023
  • Est. 3 minutes read

Bipolar disorder, also referred to as manic depression, is a mental health disorder characterized by periods of excessive energy or...