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Re: 5HT2 antagonist without anticholinergic properties

Posted by SLS on December 14, 2020, at 11:54:06

In reply to Re: 5HT2 antagonist without anticholinergic properties, posted by undopaminergic on November 17, 2020, at 0:11:04

> > Strong 5HT2 antagonist without anticholinergic properties. It also shouldn't be a strong antihistamine, so no Mirtazapine, Miansern etc.! Is there something like that on the market?
> >
> Maybe lurasidone (Latuda). It has some other interesting properties as well.
> However, anticholinergic properties can be therapeutic.
> -undopaminergic

Chronic use of anticholinergics is thought to cause Alzheimer's Dementia. One thing I know for sure, anticholinergics can make Alzheimer's Dementia significantly worse.

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