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  1. Because the doctors studied well. Remember that there are two disciplines pharmacology and clinical pharmacology, so the second one is about the practice of drug treatment, and the first one is about theory.

    1. Correction and prevention of side effects
    2. Augmentation – enhancing the effects of drug interactions
    3. Correction of patient behavior
    4. Treatment of comorbidities
    5. Correction of individual symptoms
    6. Diagnostic treatment

  2. They are prescribed mainly for sleeping.I personally think this is utter incompetence. It's better to get addicted to trunks than to take antipsychotics. Moreover, there are antidepressants with a hypnotic effect.

  3. Nonsense. Antipsychotics for anxiety disorders are prescribed only by incompetent doctors.�

    Dopamine is not the cause of anxiety disorders. Antipsychotics have, of course, some (chlorprotixen – low-potency AP), anti-anxiety effect, but not always sufficient. But only an incompetent idiot will prescribe them, since they cause terrible side effects – extrapyramidal syndrome, neuroleptic malignant syndrome, neuroleptic depression, neuroleptic deficiency syndrome, and the like. This is FAR from the best choice. Plus, most of them do not have a true anti – anxiety effect, there is rather an H1 blockade, after which all other systems-serotonergic, dopaminergic and others-fall. The result is a supersedation that is falsely taken as calming.�

    The exception is quetiapine at a dose of up to 200 mg. An atypical antipsychotic, not particularly strong, but with good anti-anxiety activity. Although his sedation is terrible, it is indicated as a 2/3-line drug for generalized anxiety disorder. Well, you can still olanzapine a pinch, but this is also not the best choice.

    Anxiety disorders are treated with SSRIs/SSRIs (acting through 5-HT), tranquilizers (temporarily).�

    If it does not work , they select another suitable blood pressure, and if it is still not enough, they can add quetiapine, trittico, depakine (yes, it has a good anxiolytic effect, but the side effects are so-so), pregabalin, gabapentin, buspirone, etifoxin, etc.

  4. Very often, they are prescribed in order to “cover up” the side effects of prescribed antidepressants. Unfortunately, antidepressants at the beginning of the reception can cause anxiety and suicidal thoughts, antipsychotics can be useful at first, so as not to cause these very side effects. Some people use tranquilizers, but they have their own characteristics.

  5. Drop the pills,they all plant something in the body.Including the kidneys, if they are strong.Drink Novopassid and look for a specialist,learn to manage your anxiety.I myself drank all these drugs(both strong antidepressants and tranquilizers), but not for long, because I realized that it was harmful.And a specialist with you in a complex and problems will sort out and teach you what to do and if necessary,as a last resort, write something out.

  6. Neuroleptics have antispychotic properties, so they are prescribed. They reduce the transmission of nerve impulses to the cerebral cortex in those systems where the neurotransmitter ( this is a biologically active substance through which the transmission of an electrical impulse between neurons is carried out) is dopamine. Namely, dopamine (reducing its level, to be more precise)�is associated with the occurrence of symptoms such as hallucinations, delusions, anxiety disorders, and so on. I would like to say that long-term therapy with neuroleptics disrupts the cognitive abilities of the brain, which has long been proven.

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