Drugs

Treatment Options for Migraines

A neurologist typically makes the formal diagnosis of a migraine headache. (Learn More – Diagnosis of Migraine Headache) There are four categories of symptoms to migraine headaches, although everyone may not experience all four. (Learn More – Symptoms) Treatment of migraines typically involves addressing the headache itself or preventative measures. (Learn More – Treatment of …

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Medications for Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is a severe psychotic disorder. (Learn More – What Is Schizophrenia?) The major symptoms of schizophrenia include positive symptoms, negative symptoms, disorganized behavior, and impaired cognition.(Learn More – What Are the Symptoms of Schizophrenia?) In addition to the formal symptoms of the disorder, many people with schizophrenia share other features that are not used …

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Understanding the Use of Psychotropic Drugs in Treatment

A psychotropic drug is a drug that alters how you think, feel, or behave. (Learn More – What Is a Psychotropic Drug?)  These medications are typically used to treat various forms of mental illness or psychological disorders. (Learn More – Why Are Psychotropic Drugs Prescribed?) There are several different categories of psychotropic drugs. (Learn More …

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Overview of Suboxone & Methadone: Where to Find

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) involves the use of medications to treat substance use disorders and support long term recovery. (Learn More – What Is Medication-Assisted Treatment?) While this approach can take many forms, MAT practitioners often use Methadone or Suboxone to treat clients with opioid use disorders.  These medications function somewhat differently, but both are designed …

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