Treatment for PTSD
Treatments for PTSD include psychotherapy and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), but medication can also be prescribed in some cases.
Accidental overdose of medicine
Accidental overdoses on a medicine are very dangerous, but preventable. Learn about the risks, how to avoid them, and the medicines that need special care.
Treatment for mental illness
Mental illness is treatable, and most people with mental illness recover to live productive and happy lives.
Treatment for insomnia
The first step in overcoming insomnia is to learn healthy sleep habits and change any lifestyle factors that may be contributing to the problem.
Treatment for schizophrenia
Schizophrenia is a major mental illness that causes an altered experience of reality. Your doctor can advise the best treatment options if you need help.
There are some medicines you don't need a prescription for. These are called over-the-counter medicines.
Hormone replacement therapy
Links to trusted information about hormone replacement therapy.
Drugs and alcohol
Learn more about drugs and alcohol including the health risks, dangers of addiction and long term abuse, treatment options and how to help people with a drug problem.
Treatment for psychosis
Psychosis is treatable. Mental health professionals, along with medication and family support, can best help you manage symptoms and aid recovery.
Reporting a problem with a medicine
You should report any problems with your medicine to a healthcare professional. It’s also helpful if you report them directly to the TGA. Learn more here.