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Antipsychotic For Treating the Symptoms of Schizophrenia

If your doctor has diagnosed you with schizophrenia, you may be prescribed Trifluoperazine/Chlorpromazine/Trihexyphenidyl generic or brand to help you reduce the symptoms so you are able to continue with your life’s plan and enjoy time with family and friends.

Many individuals are totally unaware that they are schizophrenic and believe their muddled thinking and actions are stress related. By undergoing therapy and taking Trifluoperazine/Chlorpromazine/Trihexyphenidyl for up to 12 weeks, you will learn how to deal with and understand your symptoms. The generic alternative is not manufactured by the company that makes the brand product.

How Trifluoperazine/Chlorpromazine/Trihexyphenidyl Works

Trifluoperazine works as a dopamine antagonist, meaning that it will bind to and block production of this neurotransmitter that is responsible, in part, for regulating your moods and behaviors. It is believed that an increased amount of dopamine in your brain ramps-up your activity and things can get confusing and out of hand. Chlorpromazine works much the same way as Trifluoperazine, by restoring the balance of neurotransmitters in your brain. This helps to reduce any aggressive behavior you may be displaying and will help to diminish the hallucinations that you are seeing or hearing. Trihexyphenidyl is an anticholinergic drug that can work to block a substance in your body to help minimize muscle stiffness you might experience from the other 2 drugs.

Negative-Positive-Cognitive Symptoms of Schizophrenia

Some of the negative symptoms of schizophrenia do not indicate they are bad, but they are things missing from your personality or how you once experienced life. Now you find little or no pleasure in things that you once enjoyed. You do not show any emotions or give any facial clues as to whether you are happy or sad. Maybe you have stopped caring about your hygiene, living space, or when you eat. Positive symptoms are things that are new to your personality, such as having hallucinations or delusions. You may show emotions that contradict what you are being told, like laughing inappropriately during a sad story. Cognitive symptoms affect how you think, including loss of memory or not understanding something enough to form a decision.

Before You Start Taking Trifluoperazine/Chlorpromazine/Trihexyphenidyl

Ask about any risks with taking Trifluoperazine/Chlorpromazine/Trihexyphenidyl while you are pregnant, may become pregnant, or if you are breast feeding. Explain other medical conditions or allergies you have to your doctor and be sure to supply a list of OTC and Rx drugs you currently take or use, including herbal remedies and vitamin or dietary supplements, then your doctor can determine if Trifluoperazine/Chlorpromazine/Trihexyphenidyl is right for your situation.

Precautions When Taking Trifluoperazine/Chlorpromazine/Trihexyphenidyl

Do not start, stop, or change the dosage of any medications without talking to your doctor or you could be at risk for increased side effects. Keep all drugs out of children’s reach and do not share anything with others. Try not to become overheated as Trihexyphenidyl can suppress your sweat glands so you may be unable to sweat. Do not drive until you know how this drug will affect your body.

Possible Side Effects of Trifluoperazine/Chlorpromazine/Trihexyphenidyl

  • Dry mouth
  • Drowsiness
  • Upset stomach
  • Constipation

Other Antipsychotics Similar to Trifluoperazine/Chlorpromazine/Trihexyphenidyl

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