Neurotoxic behavior of antidepressant medication and its clinical consequences: serotonergic syndrome and discontinuity syndrome.
Source: Psihiatru. Author s : Marius, Bogdan; Vîlciu, Crisanda Abstract: Nowadays, antipsychotic and antidepressant medications are recommended and prescribed for a large variety of psychoorganic syndromes and for other neuropsychiatric clinical conditions. However, not much has been discussed about their neurotoxicity and their consequences on specific brain structures.
Certain effects of their neurotoxic impact can mask other neuropsychiatric disorders, and they can be a real challenge and a diagnostic pitfall. Copyright of Psihiatru.
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ARIES ♈️ YOU’RE TOO UNBOTHERED TO CARE ABOUT THIS AGGRESSIVE TOXIC NARCISSIST
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Jan 22, Linda Lipko rated it really liked it This was an interesting read. While I don't have toxic people in my work place, there are a few relatives who are very toxic. I now stay away from them. However, as the author notes, when dealing with toxic people in the work place, unless you leave your job, you are stuck dealing with them. Categorized with catchy names, the author notes the following types of toxic people: The Steamroller - These are the ones who win by intimidation.