Medication used to treat mental illness
For this client, I think the most likely medication to be prescribed would be an anti-depressant such as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) or other similar drugs. This is due to the fact that they are exhibiting symptoms of depression which include low energy levels, difficulty sleeping, and decreased appetite—all of which can be improved with the help of these medications by restoring balance within the brain’s neurotransmitters. Additionally, SSRIs often have fewer side effects compared to other treatments so it may be a safer option depending on their particular condition.
However, it is important to note that this particular drug should not be taken without consulting a doctor first since there are potential risks associated with its use such as increased suicidal thoughts in some people or interactions with certain types of medications. As such, it should only be prescribed after ensuring that all appropriate precautions have been taken and if deemed necessary based on individual circumstances.