CLINICAL ASPECTS AND METHODS OF TREATMENT OF NEUROSIS-LIKE DISORDERS IN HEROIN ADDICTION
Dr. Kuchkarov U. I.*, Mukhtarova Kh K., Muhamadieva N. B., Ergasheva Yu Y. and Rustamov U. T.
Narcotic substances, affecting the neurotransmission of the brain weakens and disrupts the conduction of nerve impulses. Antidepressants, eliminating the imbalance of neurotransmitters, have a positive effect on psychopathological symptoms and on the formation of remission. The antidepressant venlaxor inhibits the reuptake of serotonin and norepinephrine, the use of the drug in heroin addiction for 1 month. improves the patient's quality of life.
Keywords: heroin addiction, neurosis-like disorders, anxiety, venlaxor, quality of life.
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