Neurotropic

Anxiolytics (from lat. anxietas – anxiety, fear + Greek. lytikos – capable of dissolving, weakening), or tranquilizers (from lat.tranquillo – soothe), or ataractics (from the Greek. ataraxia – equanimity) – psychotropic drugs that reduce the severity or suppress anxiety, fear, anxiety, emotional stress. The appearance of the first tranquilizers dates back to the 50s of…

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Antipsychotics are drugs intended for the treatment of psychosis and other severe mental disorders. The group of antipsychotics includes a number of phenothiazine derivatives (chlorpromazine, etc.), butyrophenones (haloperidol, droperidol, etc.), diphenylbutylpiperidine derivatives (fluspirilene, etc.), etc. Antipsychotics have a multifaceted effect on the body. Their main pharmacological features include a kind of calming effect, accompanied by…

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Neurotropic drugs are a wide group of drugs that have an effect on the nervous system: central and peripheral. They can inhibit or stimulate the transmission of nervous excitement in various parts of the (central) nervous system, decrease or increase the sensitivity of nerve endings in peripheral nerves, affect different types of synapse receptors. Drugs…

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