Psychiatric Medications: Patient Information Sheets

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These medication patient information pages describe why a particular psychiatric medication is prescribed, important facts about the medication and how you should take it, along with side effects, food and drug interactions, special warnings, taking the medication during pregnancy, recommended dosage and overdose information. Almost all the psychiatric medications such as antidepressants, antipsychotics, and antianxiety medications are covered and presented in plain English.

Go here if you are looking for the Psychiatric Medications Pharmacology section which contains more detailed information on each medication. They are also linked from each patient information page.

The information in the "Psychiatric Medications Patient Information" section of HealthyPlace.com has been selectively abstracted from various sources. The intended use is as an educational aid and does not cover all possible uses, actions, precautions, side effects, or interactions of any of these medications. This information is not intended as medical advice for individual problems or for making an evaluation as to the risks and benefits of taking a particular drug.

The information here should not be used as a substitute for a consultation or visit with your family physician or other health care provider.

We strongly suggest and encourage you to consult with a licensed physician for answers to any questions you may have about these or other medications.

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Abilify
Adapin
Adderall XR
Alprazolam
Amantadine
Amitriptyline
Amoxapine
Anafranil
Antabuse
Aricept
Aripiprazole
Artane
Asenapine
Asendin
Ativan
Atomoxetine
Aventyl
Bupropion Buspar Buspirone

Carbamazepine
Carbolith
Campral
Celexa
Chlordiazepoxide

Chlorpromazine
Cialis
Cibalith-S
Citalopram
Clomipramine
Clonazepam

Clozapine
Clozaril
Concerta
Cymbalta
Dalmane
Depakene
Depakote
Desipramine
Desoxyn
Desvenlafaxine
Desyrel
Dexedrine
Dextroamphetamine
Dextrostat
Diazapam
Dilantin
Disulfiram
Divalproex
Donepezil
Doxepin
Duloxetine
Duralith
Edronax
Effexor XR
Elavil
Endep
Epitol
Eskalith

Escitalopram
Etrafon
Exelon
Exubera

Fetzima
Fluoxetine
Fluphenazine Flurazepam
Fluvoxamine
Gabapentin Geodon
Halcion Haldol Haloperidol

Imipramine
Imovane

Intuniv Invega
Janimine
Klonopin

Laduta
Lamictal
Lamotrigine
Largactil
Levitra
Levomilnacipran
Levoprome
Lexapro
Libritabs

Librium
Lisdexamfetamine
Lithane
Lithium
Lithizine
Lithobid
Lithonate
Lithotabs
Lorazepam
Loxapac
Loxapine
Loxitane
Ludiomil
Luvox

Maprotiline
Mellaril
Memantine

Methamphetamine
Methotrimeprazine

Methylphenidate
Modecate

Nardil
Naltrexone
Namenda
Navane

Nefazodone
Neurontin
Norpramin
Nortriptyline
Nozinan
Olanzapine Orap Oxazepam
Paliperidone
Pamelor
Parnate
Paroxetine
Paxil
Permitil
Perphenazine
Pertofrane
Phenelzine
Phenytoin
Pimozide
Piportil
Pipotiazine
Primidone
Pristiq
Prolixin
Protriptyline
Prozac
Quetiapine

Reboxetine
Restoril

ReVia
Rhotrimine
Risperidal
Risperidone
Ritalin
Saphrix
Serax
Seroquel
Sertraline
Serzone
Sinequan
Stelazine
Strattera

Suboxone
Sulpiride
Surmontil
Symbyax
Symmetrel

Tadalafil
Tegretol

Temazepam
Temposil
Thioridazine
Thiothixene
Thorazine

Tofranil
Topamax
Topiramate
Tranylcypromine
Trazodone
Trialodine
Triazolam
Trifluoperazine
Trihexyphenidyl
Trilafon
Trimipramine
Triptil
Valium
Valproate
Valproic Acid
Valrelease
Vardenafil HCI
Venlafaxine
Viibryd
Vilazodone
Vivactil

Vyvanse
Wellbutrin
Xanax
Zoloft Zopiclone Zyprexa
Ziprasidone

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