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Dr Sweta Ruparel (1 день назад)
Very helpful !!! 👍
Mohamed Ahsan (3 дня назад)
Thank you, your videos are awesome. Please make video on serotonin
Speed Pharmacology (3 дня назад)
All the drugs affecting serotonin are covered in antidepressants lecture. Check it out ---> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T25jvLC6X0w
Casey Dang (4 дня назад)
Hello, do you mind making Anti-Angina drugs please!
Sarina Karki (10 дней назад)
Thank you for this wonderful video. It made me easy to understand the book now... :)
Kaime newmai (16 дней назад)
Thank you very much. Your lectures are the best in YouTube
Bohemian Painter (20 дней назад)
The science of benzos is GABA receptor down regulation of the CNS, GI tract, brain, and muscles meaning that natural fight or flight responses are dulled causing people to experience more anxiety, increased panic attacks, more insomnia, increased PTSD symptoms, benzo rage episodes, suicidal ideation, digestive system problems, muscle issues, plus increased eating disorder thoughts and behaviors. The FDA states that physical and psychological dependence on a benzo is not the same as drug addiction. Dependence occurs within a few weeks to a benzodiazapine. Dr.s do not advise patients of the real side effects. The Ashton Manual explains what benzos really do. Tolerance withdrawals occur when taking a benzo as prescribed but the patient experiences worsening panic attacks or other symptoms previously listed. Sadly patients are prescribed higher doses of a benzo when they are in tolerance withdrawals which only causes more issues with the CNS, GI tract, brain, and muscles. Facebook has support groups for individuals who want to safely taper off of benzos. Detox centers treat benzos as opioids. Opioids affect opioid receptors which take weeks to months to taper. Benzos can take months to years to taper. Withdrawal symptoms often happen even after completely off of the benzo for months to years. Research which receptors each Rx drug affects for yourself. Benzos should only be used for seizure disorders. Prescribing benzos for anything other than that is medical negligence. A pharmacist of 25 years states that benzodiazapines can cause neurological damage that can be accidentally diagnosed as ALS, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, and Alzheimer's disease. #worldbenzoday #wbadrocks
Khadija Mohammadi (21 день назад)
Thank you very much for this video. Very educational, easy to understand and learn.
Shivangi Garg (22 дня назад)
Please make video on antineoplastic drugs and antiepileptic drugs.
arvind (25 дней назад)
thank u
imene imaya (28 дней назад)
Thank you glad to see you back
Mental Health with Dr Elliott (1 месяц назад)
Great video on a really important topic. They're really useful drugs medically but the risk of dependency and addiction is not to be underestimate. The difference in mechanism behind benzos and barbiturates has profound implications on the risk of overdose too (hence why barbiturates are barely ever used nowadays). If you're interest in drugs and mental health then check out my channel Mental Health with Dr Elliott. Keep up the good work!
StefinEG (1 месяц назад)
Thank you! Please keep making these videos!
ØMÑÁ T. (1 месяц назад)
Anti epileptic drugs please... U will really make that topic easy and quick to revise I'm sure... Hope I'm able to see it before my final exams... Thanks for covering this topic as well.... U r awesome!!😍
ØMÑÁ T. (21 день назад)
+Ruben Montes 2nd year MBBS
Ruben Montes (21 день назад)
What class are you studying for? I would like to study this myself
Alehandro Fuego (21 день назад)
Benzodiazepines are often used as a second line treatment of epilepsy, but i get what you mean. You have pregabolin, benzos etc. I'm on Clonazepam for anxiety and insomnia, but it is more widely used for epilepicts that do not respond to first line treatment.
Dinelle Laurina Aguilar (1 месяц назад)
Continue making your videos. They’re really helpful! Thank you...
Priyank Shah (1 месяц назад)
Please increase the frequency of videos.. you are amazing!
Chirag Boghani (1 месяц назад)
Great as always. Please maximize the use of YouTube by employing Playlist as well as Community features in ur channel.
Maureen Wahu (1 месяц назад)
Eric Felds (1 месяц назад)
Hell yeah, gonna pop a bar to celebrate this video
MasterxKush98 (2 дня назад)
Clonazolam or Clonazepam or Alprazolam which is best. 🤨🤔
Alehandro Fuego (21 день назад)
Bars are for weaklings JK, i just popped 4mg clonazepam xD
Dr. Battula Pradeep (1 месяц назад)
Thank you sir... and please make a video on cancer pharmacology
Akash Tiwari (1 месяц назад)
Thank you very much sir...
Nazal Nun (1 месяц назад)
thanks. please continue. you’re my favorite pharm tutor.
david shady (1 месяц назад)
Thank you for the information sir

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