Power drugs prescribed to treat severe mental disorders, such as schizophrenia, bipolar, and delusional disorders, antipsychotics help regulate chemicals in the brain that change and effect moods, emotions, and behaviors. Side effects of these drugs can include muscle twitches, intense nightmare, high blood pressure, and seizures. Birth defects, heart problems, movement disorders, and even death are potential risks.
Recently, abuse of antipsychotics has begun in order to amplify the effects of other drugs, resulting in severe and still unknown health risks and the combined effects of these drugs can be devastating. Withdrawal symptoms of antipsychotics can persist for months or even years and include anxiety, panic attacks, insomnia, and bipolar illness.
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