Antidepressants and Alcohol

Antidepressants' Interactions and Side Effects

Citalopram for Anxiety

How to treat an anxiety disorder? There are different ways to treat anxiety disorders. They can include medication treatment and psychotherapy. The medication treatment may include taking the drug Citalopram, which can often be prescribed by doctors to the patients, suffering from mental disorders.

Propranolol for Anxiety

One of the medications that can be prescribed to the patients suffering from mental disorders may be the medication Propranolol. This drug is a beta-blocker and it may be useful for the treatment of physical symptoms of social anxiety.

Amitriptyline for Anxiety

The medication Amitriptyline, which is also known as Endep or Elavil, is an antidepressant drug. It’s usually used for the treatment of pain conditions, insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome and other diseases. The Amitriptyline medication is a tricyclic antidepressant.

Sertraline for Anxiety

The drug Sertraline is used to treat anxiety disorders, depression, and other problems with mental health.

The mechanism of the drug action is that a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor slows down the reabsorption of chemical serotonin in the human’s brain. Serotonin plays a role in regulating mood and anxiety.

Quetiapine for Anxiety

There are a lot of medications, which help to treat anxiety disorders. One of them is the medication Quetiapine, which can be used for the treatment of anxiety and it is considered to be quite effective.

Pregabalin for Anxiety

The drug Pregabalin is usually prescribed to the patients with epilepsy and anxiety. It also helps to treat nerve pain.

The Pregabalin drug is available only according to the doctor’s prescription and comes in the form of capsules or liquids.

Amitriptyline for Migraine

The tricyclic antidepressant drug Amitriptyline is used to prevent such a condition as migraine.

In 2009, a study, which focused on clinical therapy, was conducted. As a result of the study, it was found that the drugs Amitriptyline and Topamax are similar in their action when used for the prevention of episodic migraine. Unlike Topamax, Amitriptyline is not approved by the FDA as a drug for the prevention of migraine.