psychoanaleptic

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psychoanaleptic

 [si″ko-an″ah-lep´tik]
exerting a stimulating effect on the mind.

psychoanaleptic

/psy·cho·an·a·lep·tic/ (-an″ah-lep´tik) exerting a stimulating effect upon the mind.

psychoanaleptic

(sī″kō-ăn″ă-lĕp′tĭk) [″ + analepsis, a taking up]
Having a stimulating effect on the mind.

psychoanaleptic

exerting a stimulating effect on the mind.
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The most consumed subgroups, in descending order, are diuretics, agents acting on the renin-angiotensin system, and calcium-channel blockers (cardiovascular system); vitamins, drugs used in diabetes, antacids, and drugs for treatment of peptic ulcer and flatulence (alimentary tract and metabolism); and analgesics, psychoanaleptics, and psycholeptics (nervous system).