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Re: do neuroleptics always=dysphoria?

Posted by undopaminergic on April 23, 2021, at 9:02:50

In reply to do neuroleptics always=dysphoria?, posted by Christ_empowered on April 23, 2021, at 8:08:38

> to ask: is there -always- a certain degree of dysphoria, low grade depression, general...not so awesome feeling...associated with the neuroleptics?

Surprisingly, given that all these drugs are dopamine antagonists, they are usually not dysphoriant, except perhaps at doses where they also produce various (other) Parkinsonisms. As a matter of fact, some neuroleptics can even have antidepressant effects, especially at low doses; aripiprazole is one of them.





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