Psychiatric Medications

Psychiatric medications, also known as psychotropic medications or psychoactive drugs, are prescribed to treat various mental health conditions and psychiatric disorders. These medications work by affecting neurotransmitters, which are chemical messengers in the brain that play a role in mood, emotions, thoughts, and behavior. The choice of medication depends on the specific diagnosis and individual factors, such as the patient's symptoms, medical history, and response to treatment.

 


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