Pericyazine (Neulactil)

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Overview: Pericyazine, known by the brand name Neulactil, is an antipsychotic of the Typical class. Pericyazine is used to treat Psychosis – mainly Schizophrenia, and in rare cases, as a short-term solution to treat Anxiety. Pericyazine has helped many people control their symptoms. Pericyazine is only available on prescription.

 

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Key Facts: It will take around four to six weeks for a patient to feel the full benefits of Pericyazine. However, anxiety should lessen rapidly upon consumption of the drug. There are some side effects to Pericyazine, as mentioned below. Pericyazine should be used without interruption – you shouldn’t suddenly stop taking the medicine. The medicine should help control your symptoms.

 

How do they work?: Antipsychotics cannot help cure mental health conditions, but they are usually effective in reducing and controlling some of the symptoms associated with these conditions. These symptoms can include delusions and hallucinations, disturbed thoughts, agitation, mania and violence. The medication works by blocking the action of dopamine. It is believed psychotic episodes are caused by the brain producing too much of the chemical dopamine. The medication also regulates levels of other chemicals that are responsible for regulating mood – such as noradrenaline and serotonin. It is recommended that Pericyazine is used in conjunction with therapy.

 

Dosage: Pericyazine comes in tablet form. You are recommended to swallow the tablets with a drink of water. For Schizophrenia, the starting dose is 75mg per day. You should divide this in three equal doses – taking 25mg per day at intervals of six-eight hours. The maximum dose is 300mg per day. For Anxiety, 30mg is the starting dose, again in three doses. The dose can be increased gradually if required. You should ensure you try and limit touching the tablets, as they can cause skin redness. The typical treatment course for Pericyazine differs from patient to patient.

 

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Side Effects

With each box of Pericyazine, there will be an information leaflet enclosed. This will provide an exhaustive list of side effects. Side effects from Pericyazine can last any length of time from just a few days to permanent changes. It is natural to experience some side effects as your body gets used to the medication.

 

Common side effects of Pericyazine include breast enlargement in men, sexual dysfunction, insomnia, agitation, a dry mouth and shaking.

 

Serious side effects include suicidal thinking, chest pain, allergic reaction, fever, fast heartbeat or tremors. An overdose should be avoided. You should contact your doctor if any of these serious side effects take place.

 

 

Cautions

You should always read the information leaflet that comes with your medication as it will include important information there. You should tell your doctor if you are taking any other medication. You shouldn’t use any other antipsychotic medication with Pericyazine. Do not use any antipsychotic with Tricyclic Antidepressants. Exert caution if using any antidepressant with Pericyazine. Antacids, some antibiotics and cytotoxics are among the drugs that interact with Pericyazine. Always ask your doctor for advice.

 

You shouldn’t take Pericyazine if you have heart problems, kidney problems, Parkinson’s Disease, Dementia, Depression, Glaucoma or Diabetes.

 

Combining alcohol and Pericyazine can lead to serious breathing problems. Alcohol also acts as a sedative, therefore it is recommended that anyone taking an antipsychotic stays away from drinking alcohol. Combining Pericyazine with  recreational drugs is also not recommended.

 

Pericyazine is not recommended in pregnancy or the breastfeeding stage. It is believed that Pericyazine can cause withdrawal symptoms in breastfed babies.

 

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