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His party binges later included cocaine, antianxiety drugs and marijuana, and the abuse and devil-may-care attitude persisted even when he went home to Sultan Kudarat province after finishing an agriculture course in 1989.
[5] Various antianxiety drugs are being used to alleviate surgical anxiety, but their dose has to be kept low to avoid untoward side effects such as respiratory depression and excessive sleepiness.
A MAN who took antianxiety drugs following a punishment shooting was described in court yesterday as "doolally".
The man with MBBS-plus-DPM prescribed the following incredible array of antidepressant and antianxiety drugs:
Of the 16.7% of adults who reported filling at least one script for a psychiatric drug in 2013, 12% obtained antidepressants, while 8.3% filled scripts for sedatives, antianxiety drugs and hypnotics.
She had been offered antianxiety drugs and had refused and came to see me as, of course, a last resort.
As she did for that earlier work, Kotak here exposed the public to something that usually takes place in private, in this case the process of weaning herself from post-partum-depression medica-tions--a strong cocktail of antidepressants, antipsychotics, and antianxiety drugs. During the run of the exhibition, Kotak made herself readily available to those present, talking with visitors, writing (in gold pen and, as recommended by her psychiatrist, using her nondominant hand), and exercising, inviting her audience to join her.
A wide range of medications including sympathomimetic amines, central nervous system stimulants and executive function agents, first-generation antipsychotic drugs, second-generation antipsychotic drugs, antidepressants, mood stabilisers, antianxiety drugs, and some miscellaneous drugs are covered in different chapters.
Cholesterol-fighting statins, anti-inflammatory drugs and antianxiety drugs all can cause confusion, memory loss and/or behavior changes in older adults--along with many other drugs listed in the Beers Criteria as being high-risk for the elderly.
This section states that many antianxiety drugs, antidepressants, and mood stabilizers are excreted in low concentrations into human milk, with the estimated infant doses under 2% of the weight-adjusted maternal dose.
Kay Tye, an assistant professor of brain and cognitive sciences and member of MIT's Picower Institute for Learning and Memory, said that the targets that current antianxiety drugs are acting on are very nonspecific.