Risperidone 8Mg as a Treatment for Paranoid Schizophrenia

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Risperidone 8Mg

Risperidone 8mg is an 8 milligram dose of an antipsychotic medication that is usually used to treat various mental illnesses. Risperidone, also known by the brand name Risperdal, may be used to treat bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and mania. Risperidone may also be used to help manage behavior including aggression, changes in mood, self-inflicted injuries and other problems in people with autism. Risperidone 8mg affects the behavior of certain chemicals in the brain. Risperidone is available as a tablet and a tablet that dissolves in the mouth, and a liquid solution. Risperidone does not cure autism or mental illnesses, but it can help manage the symptoms of these conditions.

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Last updated on Oct 07 2011 at 15:47
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