Haldol Uses

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IS IT TAKEN FOR A PANIC ATTACK?



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shirley alexander Says:

my father is 80 years old and he has some dimensia and takes a lot of panic attacks. dont sleep, nausea most of the time and has a nervous tic about skin coming loose in his mouth. im wondering if this is from dimensia or maybe depression.

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Haldol contains the active ingredient Haloperidol, it is a potent antipsychotic that can be used to treat various types of mental health issues, conditions that require sedation, and post-surgical nausea. The main side effects, according to FDA reports, is the drowsiness, and sedation it can cause. Long-term use can also cause weight gain.

My husband was given this last year, after surgery, and he refused to ever allow it to be given to him, again. He hated how he felt, after them giving it to him, and really had no idea why they decided he needed it.

Shirley, is he on any medications? If so, can you please post back and clarify?

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