Lexapro capsules for sale
Lexapro belongs to the group of antidepressants-SSRI (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors). Inhibiting reverse takeover of the neuromediator by the brain neurons, the drug increases its free concentration in the presynaptic gap (the gap between neurons). This, in turn, has a pronounced antidepressant effect. Lexapro or has not, or has a very weak position to interfere in the work of the majority of receptors.
Indications to application:
The treatment of depressive episodes (of any severity);
The treatment of patients with panic disorders (including with agoraphobia).
Lexapro should not be taken by children up to 15 years old, pregnant women (including in the period of lactation), as well as people with a heightened sensitivity to the drug components. In addition, it is prohibited to accept Escitalopram concurrently with MAO inhibitors.
Way of administration and dosage:
Lexapro should be taken once a day either during the meal, and independently of it.
In the treatment of depressive episodes a therapeutic dose is 10, maximum dose is 20 mg/day. As a rule, an antidepressant effect is observed already after 2-4 weeks of treatment. If the desired effect is achieved, and symptoms of depression are gone completely, then you should take the drug for at least six months to strengthen the result.
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