Antipsychotics (anxiolytics & neuroleptics)

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    10 tab @ $0.69 per tab

  • Strength

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    10 tab @ $1.5 per tab

  • Strength

    Quantity

    10 tab @ $0.69 per tab

  • Strength

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    10 tab @ $0.58 per tab

  • Strength

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    10 cap @ $1.38 per cap

  • Strength

    100 Mg

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    100 tab @ $0.36 per tab

  • Strength

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    10 tab @ $1.27 per tab

  • Strength

    5 Mg

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    10 tab @ $0.11 per tab

  • Strength

    100 Mg

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    10 tab @ $1.61 per tab

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    10 tab @ $0.46 per tab

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    10 tab @ $2.19 per tab

About Antipsychotics (anxiolytics & neuroleptics)

Antipsychotics, (also known as neuroleptics, tranquilizers, and anxiolytics) are medications primarily used for the treatment of mania resulting from bipolar disorder or schizophrenia (a serious brain and mind disorder) that basically affects how an individual thinks, behaves, and feels. They are also used in the treatment of severe anxiety and depression. While there is no concrete data on its global prevalence, schizophrenia is estimated to affect approximately 1% of the total population.

There are currently more than 15 different types of antipsychotics that are primarily classified under two categories: atypical (second-generation) and typical (first-generation) antipsychotics. These medicines, though very effective, are known to cause side effects. It is therefore recommended that patients undergo regular checkups to track their effectiveness and lower the risks of adverse effects. They are available in different forms, such as long-acting depot injections, liquids, capsules and tablets.

While the first-generation (typical) antipsychotics have been in used from 1950s, they are still prescribed today. They have constantly been improved specially to minimize the resulting side effects leading to the second-generation antipsychotics that were developed from 1970s to date.