Mirtazapine - Definition


Mirtazapine is a drug that can be in the form of a tablet or an oral solution. It belongs to the family of antidepressants, drugs that act on mood symptoms. By acting directly on the neurotransmitters, substances that play the role of transmitting information connected by nerves, it helps combat sadness and anguish. This molecule is nevertheless not without side effects and prescriptions should be carefully monitored to include a gradual decrease once the depressive symptoms have improved.
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