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Re: Trintellix for rage disorder?

Posted by linkadge on October 11, 2019, at 16:09:40

In reply to Trintellix for rage disorder?, posted by cadburyhesychasm on October 11, 2019, at 13:20:05

It's possible that it could help. Both 5-ht1a and 5-ht1b agonists can have anti-aggressive properties. However, lithium (a presynaptic 5-ht1b autoreceptor antagonist) also has anti-aggressive properties.

In higher doses, a 5-ht1b agonist could suppress serotonergic function.

Antidepressants (esp SSRIs) can sometimes have anti-aggressive effects. However, for serious anger issues, you may also need an anticonvulsant on board.





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