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Commercial for Zoloft (2005)
Commercial for Zoloft
- - Get the App: Zoloft
Plot / Description
This ad features a white cartoon rock (or is it just a circle?) that hops around and represents depression.
Voiceover / Dialog / Script / Spoken Word
You know when you feel the weight of sadness.You may feel exhausted, hopeless, and anxious. Whatever you do, you feel loney and don't enjoy the things you once loved. Things just don't feel like they used to. These are some symptoms of depression, a serious medical condition affecting over 20 million Americans. While the cause is unknown, depression may be related to a natural imbalance of chemicals between nerve cells in the brain. Presecription Zoloft works to correct this imbalance. You just shouldn't have to feel this way anymore. Only your doctor can diagnose depression. Zoloft is not for everyone. People taking MAOIs or pimozide shouldn't take Zoloft. Side effects may include dry mouth, insomnia, sexual side-effects, diarrhea, nausea, and sleepiness. Zoloft is not habit forming. Talk to your doctor about Zoloft, the #1 prescribed brand of its kind. Zoloft, when you know more about what's wrong, you can help make it right.
Symptoms get in the way of daily life Chemical imbalance - Nerve A, Nerve B - Dramatization Zoloft (sertraline HCl) 1-800-6-ZOLOFT Visit ZOLOFT.com Zoloft, when you know more about what's wrong, you can help make it right.
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May 21, 2017
The Zoloft cartoon mascot has a cameo in this episode becauses of Lois' depression