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Re: Why antipsychotics for Depression, Panic, OCD...?

Posted by rjlockhart37 on March 31, 2020, at 22:26:02

In reply to Re: Why antipsychotics for Depression, Panic, OCD...? Skeletor, posted by Skeletor on March 30, 2020, at 17:26:47

relief anti-psychosis meds do, they put out the fire going on. But your not in high mindstate, your more in a leveled state, but....thorazine, olanzapine, stelazine, many of them i read in older articles, improvement in depression symptoms. Maybe they remove neurotransmitters that too much in the brain, in certain section and cause a relief and mood improvement. Haldol i heard can be good for anxiety, but haloperidol is definitely not a mood improver.

But that's why you see Rexulti, and Abilify on commercials on tv, they both are anti-psychosis meds, but they have major improvement in depression symptoms. Rexulti i heard will pull you out of slump, or depression mood. But the older and stronger ones, not sure. Thorazine is known to be helpful for mood, even though despite its harsh name. It can give people their lives back. Not all of them are good for mood, there's some that just knock you out and make you lifeless.

anyways, yes they are known for depression treatment, and advertised too.


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