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Paxil is an antidepressant drug of the group of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. The main active substance is paroxetine. The drug is applied for the treatment of various types of depression, disorders and phobias. During the first few weeks of therapy with Paxil CR doctors should monitor carefully the condition of the patient in connection with possible suicidal attempts.
During the Paxil therapy you should refrain from alcohol in connection with the strengthening of its toxic effect. As in the application of other drugs for the treatment of mental illnesses, it is important to avoid sudden withdrawal of Paxil CR.
Paxil has a powerful anti-anxiety effect. Paxil increases the serotonin concentration in the brain. Serotonin is responsible in the body for mood, emotions, mental state. Paxil is prescribed for the treatment of depression and other psychological pathologies. The drug treats panic disorder, social anxiety, generalized anxiety disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder. Paxil is prescribed in case of premenstrual syndrome, chronic headaches. Paxil relieves pain in diabetic neuropathy. The treatment should be appointed and adjusted by a doctor. Paxil should be taken in the morning during a meal in one and the same time. The drug should be taken not later than 6 hours before bedtime. The drug is contraindicated pregnant women, nursing mothers, and children. Paxil should not cancel abruptly - the dose should be lower gradually. This will help to avoid the withdrawal syndrome. Alcohol should not be used during the treatment. Paxil must be taken not earlier than 2 weeks after monoamine oxidase inhibitors. The drug is administered with caution when neuroleptics taking. Paxil may cause some side effects. You should consult a doctor in case of prolonged and worrying side effects.
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