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The callous indifference of both the VA and Congress to the overmedication crisis has only recently started to change, and that’s just for opiates, not antipsychotics.
Drug treatments weren’t available until the 1960s, when an antipsychotic called Haldol came on the scene.
At the time of his murder arrest, Bowser was on more than a dozen medications, including sedatives and antipsychotics.
Psychotropic drugs — particularly certain classes of antidepressants and antipsychotics — and corticosteroids (often prescribed for inflammatory diseases) can lead to substantial weight gain.
Diuretics tend to dehydrate people; anticholinergics and antipsychotics reduce sweating and inhibit heat dissipation.
Currently, doctors and psychologists treat the symptoms with several medications, including antidepressants and antipsychotics.
Black and Hispanic patients were more likely to receive other ineffective services as well, including antipsychotics for those with dementia, imaging for an enlarged prostate and bone-density testing.
Adi Aran, the pediatric neurologist leading the study, said nearly all the participants previously took antipsychotics and nearly half responded negatively.
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