Is Haloperidol The Same Type Of Alfazolam?
Same composition with alfazolam or the haloperidol drug, can anyone with no drinking disorder get it?
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Although at a glance the same effect, alprazolam is different from haloperidol. Alprazolam is a sedative benzodiazepine that is useful in dealing with excessive anxiety and fear. This drug works by increasing the activity of chemical compounds in the brain called GABA (gamma aminobutyric acid). By consuming it, people will feel calmer, can sleep more soundly, and no longer feel excessive anxiety and fear. Meanwhile, haloperidol is an antipsychotic drug that works by restoring the balance of chemical compounds in the brain (neurotransmitters), so that a variety of psychotic symptoms, such as delusions, hallucinations, excessive anxiety, aggressive behavior, as well as the desire to hurt yourself or others can be suppressed. These drugs are often given by doctors to people with schizophrenia, delusional disorders, Tourette's syndrome and various other psychiatric disorders.
Because these two drugs are classified as hard drugs, it is not appropriate if you take them independently without a doctor's prescription, especially if you have basically never checked yourself, whether you have psychiatric disorders or not. Therefore, the risk of side effects that may result from consumption of these two drugs should not be considered trivial. Sometimes, people who consume alprazolam and / or haloperidol may experience allergies, mood disorders, erectile dysfunction, changes in sexual arousal, digestive disorders, coordination disorders, difficulty concentrating, changes in sleep patterns, muscle stiffness, joint pains, hormonal disorders, and many other potential side effects.
Therefore, if you have certain complaints related to psychological problems, you should first check yourself to the doctor or psychiatrist before deciding to take any medication.
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