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MAOI characteristics

Posted by Mark on December 14, 1999, at 4:43:09

Every drug has its own "personality." For example, with the SSRIs, Prozac tends to be the most activating and Paxil the most sedating. In addition, certain collective categories of drugs, such as the SSRIs, can have their own personalities as well (SSRIs tend to increase assertiveness, self-confidence, etc. as explained by Peter Kramer). My question is what is the collective "personality" of the MAOI group as a whole, and what are the individual personalities of the drugs within the MAOI category (Nardil, Parnate, Marplan). I hope this doesn't sound too confusing to everyone.




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