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The National Institute on Mental Health NIMH has developed an online medication booklet to assist mental health patients and families with understanding how and why medications may be used as part of their treatment for mental disorders.


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To improve the safety of psychiatric drugs, Moore and Mattison suggested increasing the emphasis on prescribing these medications at the lowest effective dose and continually re-assessing the need to keep individuals on the drugs. Originally published on Live Science. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

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Already a subscriber? Sign in. See Subscription Options. Demographic differences Psychiatric drug use differed among adults of different ages, sex and race, the researchers found.


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    However, more than eight in 10 adults who were taking psychiatric drugs reported long-term use, the researchers wrote. For antidepressants, there is limited information available about how long an individual should stay on the drug, Moore and Mattison wrote. For certain drugs in the sedative, hypnotic and anxiolytic category, however, people can become dependent, the researchers noted.

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    To improve the safety of psychiatric drugs, Moore and Mattison suggested increasing the emphasis on prescribing these medications at the lowest effective dose and continually re-assessing the need to keep individuals on the drugs. Originally published on Live Science.


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