FAQs

Top 10 Questions About Hedonia

Hedonia is a medical food that contains three key nutrients (L-Methylfolate, S-Adenosylmethionine, and Omega-3 fatty acid) they address the nutritional needs associated with depression. Hedonia addresses these nutritional imbalances head-on with a unique 3-in-1 capsule formulation taken twice a day.

Hedonia is designed for those with depression who are currently taking an antidepressant. Hedonia aims to address nutritional imbalances associated with depression to help meet people’s nutritional needs and help them feel like themselves again.

Hedonia combines the three nutrients shown in clinical studies to improve the effectiveness of antidepressant treatments. By combining L-Methylfolate (a folic acid), S-Adenosylmethionine (an amino acid), and EPA (an Omega-3 fatty acid), Hedonia directly addresses the nutritional imbalance of those living with depression and raises the levels of these critical nutrients to normal, healthy levels.

Yes, Hedonia is specifically formulated to improve the effectiveness of your current antidepressant therapy by addressing naturally occurring nutritional imbalances.

No. There are no known allergens included in Hedonia capsules

Medical foods are designed to support the dietary management of an existing medical or health condition. Medical foods are an important and often complementary way to address disorders through a nutritional pathway.

We recommend you speak with your doctor before adding Hedonia to your daily routine.

If you feel there is a gap between how you want to feel and how you are feeling on antidepressants, a nutritional imbalance may be a component. Ask your doctor if Hedonia can help address this need.

No. While you must be under the care of a physician for depression, Hedonia does not require a prescription.

Most people may start to feel the effects of Hedonia in a few weeks to a couple of months after starting treatment, but many notice some beneficial effects sooner.

Taking Hedonia

Hedonia is meant to be taken twice a day. We recommend two capsules in the morning after breakfast and two in the evening after dinner.

Yes. Hedonia is designed to improve the effectiveness of your current antidepressant therapy.

No. As a medical food, Hedonia complements all antidepressants. We always recommend you speak with your doctor before adding Hedonia to your daily routine.

Yes. Hedonia is formulated to complement all antidepressants. We recommend you speak with your doctor when changing medications to make sure Hedonia is still a right fit for you.

Yes, Hedonia is a gluten-free product.

Hedonia is not a Kosher product.

Millions of Americans are being treated for depression. For many people with depression, there may be key nutrient imbalances in their brain chemistry.

Hedonia is the first and only medical food created to deliver three critical nutrients (L-Methylfolate (a folic acid), S-Adenosylmethionine (an amino acid), and EPA (an Omega-3 fatty acid)) to those with depression to help address nutrient imbalances.

Hedonia’s unique 3-in-1 formulation directly addresses the nutritional imbalance of those living with depression and raises the levels of these critical nutrients to normal, healthy levels.

About Hedonia

Hedonia’s unique 3-in-1 formulation directly addresses the nutritional imbalance of those living with depression and raises the levels of these critical nutrients to normal, healthy levels.

In 2013 and then later in 2017, Hedonia was granted patents for the use of these three ingredients combined in specific proportions as a nutritional tool for the dietary management of those with depressive disorders.

Hedonia’s unique 3-in-1 formulation directly addresses the nutritional imbalance of those living with depression and raises the levels of these critical nutrients to normal, healthy levels. The three nutrients in Hedonia are L-Methylfolate (a folic acid), S-Adenosylmethionine (an amino acid), and EPA (an Omega-3 fatty acid). These nutrients help support healthy serotonin levels in the brain, support serotonin and dopamine receptor site binding, and help address low levels associated with chronic neuro-inflammation.

Hedonia’s History

Hedonia was created by Alex Vuckovic, M.D., a psychiatrist, who developed Hedonia over his 40-year career. While working as a psychiatrist and psychopharmacologist, Dr. Vuckovic, aimed at helping people with depression feel more like themselves.

As the Founder & Inventor at HedoniaUSA, Dr. Vuckovic’s leadership, organizational direction, and reputation as one of the most experienced clinical psychopharmacologists in the United States has helped drive the company forward. His passion for revolutionizing antidepressant therapy led to the development of HedoniaUSA, which Dr. Vuckovic’s considers to the be the capstone of his career in his quest for finding alternative approaches for depression management.

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What is Hedonia? Is Hedonia a drug? What is medical food?

Is Hedonia really natural? It sounds like three chemicals.

Should I keep taking other medications (antidepressants) along with Hedonia?

Does Hedonia have any side effects?

Hedonia® is classified (and regulated) in the USA as a medical food product.

Hedonia is intended to be used under medical supervision alongside an individual’s physician-directed treatment.

Each gel-capsule contains a total omega-3 triglyceride content of 640mg of which EPA is 400mg, 400mg of Adonat® Premium SAMe Stabilized PowdeR, and 3.75mg of Quatrefolic® ((6S)-5-methyltetrahydrofolic acid).

Ingredients:

Mono and diglycerides of fatty acids, Lemon natural flavor, sunflower lecithin, gelatin, Firming agent: glycerol, colorant: Titanium dioxide, Coloring: allura red, yellow-orange, and brilliant blue FCF