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Least neurotoxic anti psychotic

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- Thu, 12 Sep 2019 07:02:38 EST thFOEImb No.132726
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Which anti psychotics do the least "damage" to the brain? I heard zyprexa is the worst, what about Abilify? My uncle's daughter has severe schizophrenia and has access to all anti psychotics if she would be inclined to acquire them ... so given her young age (17), which anti psychotic is the least neurotoxic?
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3.0Guru - Fri, 13 Sep 2019 12:12:28 EST uc117kqr No.132738 Reply
How does kratom help psychotic disorders?

Also what is the highest perscribed zyprexa dose
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Priscilla Hondlekire - Sat, 21 Sep 2019 22:45:09 EST IX47wWTh No.132772 Reply
How schizophrenic is she? They really are a road that leads to a fate worse than death, especially when you start young. I think seroquel is supposed to be less damaging, but it still makes you feel like a zombie. At least it doesn't make men lactate waterfalls like invega did to me from a single injection. All antipsychotics are gonna completely destroy your ability to be happy and leave you empty inside eventually. I'd try to look into cbd first just in case it works for her before chemically lobotomizing her.
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Nell Dendledure - Fri, 04 Oct 2019 15:51:59 EST l6irD8xH No.132827 Reply
>>132726
CBD and sarcosine.

The reason why nobody mentioned prescription-only D2 antagonist antipsychotics is because they are all shit in term of side effects.
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Cyril Nickleshit - Sun, 06 Oct 2019 15:13:46 EST 1+q9SE9w No.132831 Reply
>>132773
drugs never help mental issues in the long run man, except for SSRI/SNRI and some meds for schizophrenics who can't function without them, other issues can be solved through therapy and it will be better for you, believe me
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m - Tue, 08 Oct 2019 13:48:54 EST g/ej7Wui No.132836 Reply
>>132726
Not sure if it's less neurotoxic, but the "least" damaging antipsychotic in terms of side effects seems to be abilify, particularly low, low doses of abilify. That doesn't mean it's "safe" or "good" for someone though.
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Sophie Ninningdale - Tue, 15 Oct 2019 06:47:18 EST /hwAKn4S No.132843 Reply
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Cariprazine (Vraylar) anyone tried this? does it have effects straight away ? some kid told me it could take 3-9 weeks before it starts ' to work ' or is that just Bs?

Is it worse than seroquel or better?
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Thomas Greenfield - Wed, 16 Oct 2019 00:05:17 EST +4A97pLn No.132846 Reply
>>132843
There is some kind of genetic test you can do to find out which is worse or better. It costs like 200-300 bucks. If she needs to take this to not be completely psychotic it can be worth it. You can try cbd like some other people said, but I doubt it is strong enough for a real deal paranoid schizophrenic. These drugs will kill her but it may also help her lead a normal life and not end up homeless enveloped in delusions. Not using these meds and using them is both awful. In the end it should be up to her if she feels it is worth it.

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