antisympathetic

antisympathetic

/an·ti·sym·pa·thet·ic/ (-sim″pah-thet´ik) sympatholytic.
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8) It was suggested that botulinum toxin A might have acted via reduction of muscle spindle discharge leading to decreased central sensitization, as well as antisympathetic, antiglutamergic, or anti-inflammatory effects.
While the criticism often begins critiquing conventional antebellum views of white middle-class men and womens roles in American society (the idea that men inhabit the public sphere, associated with the antisympathetic market values of competition, capitalism and greed, while women become the guardians of the private sphere, characterized by Christian morality, self-sacrifice and maternal love), the analysis often ends by reproducing the dichotomies it is purportedly seeking to investigate.
Examples of these antisympathetic drugs are prazosin (Minipress), phenoxybenzamine (Dibenzyline), and terazosin (Hytrin).