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Modern research into the neurology of mental health problems has called the efficacy of selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors (SSRI’s) into question. Being one of the main drugs used to treat a multitude of mental health problems, SSRI’s long list of side effects and low efficacy have led to other solutions being investigated. One such treatment may involve ketamine, a drug usually used in anaesthesiology. Its popularity as a recreational drug has arguably slowed serious research, but having found it to involve a lower risk of side effects, greater efficacy and low level of dependence when administered clinically, Ketamine, and other overlooked drugs like it, may lead to a sharp increase in the effectiveness of psychiatric medication.