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CitalopramBlocks serotonin (5HT) reuptake transporters resulting in higher serotonin levels (Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, SSRI)
EscitalopramBlocks serotonin (5HT) reuptake transporters resulting in higher serotonin levels (Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, SSRI)
FluoxetineBlocks serotonin (5HT) reuptake transporters resulting in higher serotonin levels (Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, SSRI)
FluvoxamineBlocks serotonin (5HT) reuptake transporters resulting in higher serotonin levels (Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, SSRI)
ParoxetineBlocks serotonin (5HT) reuptake transporters resulting in higher serotonin levels (Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, SSRI)
SertralineBlocks serotonin (5HT) reuptake transporters resulting in higher serotonin levels (Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, SSRI)
DesvenlafaxineBlocks both NE and 5HT reuptake transporters resulting in higher NE and 5HT levels (Serotonin norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors, SNRI)
DuloxetineBlocks both NE and 5HT reuptake transporters resulting in higher NE and 5HT levels (Serotonin norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors, SNRI)
VenlafaxineBlocks both NE and 5HT reuptake transporters resulting in higher NE and 5HT levels (Serotonin norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors, SNRI)
LevomilnacipranBlocks both NE and 5HT reuptake transporters resulting in higher NE and 5HT levels (Serotonin norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors, SNRI)
AmitriptylineBlock NE and 5HT reuptake in the synapse (Tricyclic antidepressants, TCA)
ClomipramineBlock NE and 5HT reuptake in the synapse (Tricyclic antidepressants, TCA)
DesipramineBlock NE and 5HT reuptake in the synapse (Tricyclic antidepressants, TCA)
DoxepinBlock NE and 5HT reuptake in the synapse (Tricyclic antidepressants, TCA)
ImipramineBlock NE and 5HT reuptake in the synapse (Tricyclic antidepressants, TCA)
NortriptylineBlock NE and 5HT reuptake in the synapse (Tricyclic antidepressants, TCA)
RasagilineReduces activity of mono-amine-oxidase, the enzyme responsible for reduction of dopamine, norepinephrine and serotonin (Monoamine oxidase inhibitors, MAOI)
SelegilineReduces activity of mono-amine-oxidase, the enzyme responsible for reduction of dopamine, norepinephrine and serotonin (Monoamine oxidase inhibitors, MAOI)
PhenelzineReduces activity of mono-amine-oxidase, the enzyme responsible for reduction of dopamine, norepinephrine and serotonin (Monoamine oxidase inhibitors, MAOI)
TranylcypromineReduces activity of mono-amine-oxidase, the enzyme responsible for reduction of dopamine, norepinephrine and serotonin (Monoamine oxidase inhibitors, MAOI)
BupropionInhibits dopamine & NE reuptake (“Other” antidepressant)
BuspironeAffinity for 5HT1a and 5HT2 receptors (“Other” antidepressant)
TrazodoneInhibits serotonin reuptake, blocks histamine and alpha adrenergic receptors (“Other” antidepressant)
MirtazapineInhibits alpha 2 receptors as well as 5-HT2/3, leading to increased release of serotonin and norepinephrine (“Other” antidepressant)
VilazodoneSSRI/5HT1a receptor partial agonist (“Other” antidepressant)
VortioxetineSSRI/5HT1a agonist/5HT3 receptor antagonist (“Other” antidepressant)
CarbamazepineSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
EthosuximideSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
FelbamateSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
GabapentinSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
pregabalinSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
LacosamideSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
rufinamideSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
LamotrigineSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
LevetiracetamSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
OxcarbazepineSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
PhenobarbitalSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
PrimidoneSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
PhenytoinSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
fosphenytoinSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
TopiramateSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
Valproic acidSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
VigabatrinSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
ZonisamideSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, anticonvulsant)
CarbamazepineSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, mood stabilizer)
DivalproexSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, mood stabilizer)
LamotrigineSlows rate of recovery of voltage gated Na & Ca channels, causes increased GABA, inhibits release of glutamate and others (*Various MOAs*, mood stabilizer)
LithiumLithium alters cation transport across cell membranes and influences reuptake of serotonin. Second messenger systems are inhibited (Mood stabilizer)
AlprazolamBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
ChlordiazepoxideBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
ClonazepamBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
DiazepamBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
EstazolamBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
FlunitrazepamBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
FlurazepamBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
LorazepamBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
MidazolamBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
OxazepamBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
TemazepamBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
TriazolamBind to the gamma sub-unit of the GABAA receptor, therefore increasing the frequency of channel opening and increasing GABA (Benzodiazepine)
AripiprazoleBlockade of dopamine receptors in the brain, may also have some partial blockade of serotonin receptors (Atypical antipsychotic)
AsenapineBlockade of dopamine receptors in the brain, may also have some partial blockade of serotonin receptors (Atypical antipsychotic)
ClozapineBlockade of dopamine receptors in the brain, may also have some partial blockade of serotonin receptors (Atypical antipsychotic)
IloperidoneBlockade of dopamine receptors in the brain, may also have some partial blockade of serotonin receptors (Atypical antipsychotic)
LurasidoneBlockade of dopamine receptors in the brain, may also have some partial blockade of serotonin receptors (Atypical antipsychotic)
OlanzapineBlockade of dopamine receptors in the brain, may also have some partial blockade of serotonin receptors (Atypical antipsychotic)
PaliperidoneBlockade of dopamine receptors in the brain, may also have some partial blockade of serotonin receptors (Atypical antipsychotic)
QuetiapineBlockade of dopamine receptors in the brain, may also have some partial blockade of serotonin receptors (Atypical antipsychotic)
RisperidoneBlockade of dopamine receptors in the brain, may also have some partial blockade of serotonin receptors (Atypical antipsychotic)
ZiprasidoneBlockade of dopamine receptors in the brain, may also have some partial blockade of serotonin receptors (Atypical antipsychotic)
ChlorpromazineNonselective blockade of dopamine receptors (primarily D2), (Typical antipsychotic)
FluphenazineNonselective blockade of dopamine receptors (primarily D2), (Typical antipsychotic)
HaloperidolNonselective blockade of dopamine receptors (primarily D2), (Typical antipsychotic)
PerphenazineNonselective blockade of dopamine receptors (primarily D2), (Typical antipsychotic)
ThioridazineNonselective blockade of dopamine receptors (primarily D2), (Typical antipsychotic)
TrifluoperazineNonselective blockade of dopamine receptors (primarily D2), (Typical antipsychotic)
AmphetaminesCause release of norepinephrine and dopamine (Stimulants)
DextroamphetamineCause release of norepinephrine and dopamine (Stimulants)
Lis-dexamfetamineCause release of norepinephrine and dopamine (Stimulants)
MethamphetamineCause release of norepinephrine and dopamine (Stimulants)
MethylphenidateBlocks reuptake of dopamine and NE (Stimulants)
AtomoxetineNorepinephrine reuptake inhibitor (Non-stimulant ADHD medications)
GuanfacineAlpha 2 agonists (Non-stimulant ADHD medications)
ClonidineAlpha 2 agonists (Non-stimulant ADHD medications)
DiphenhydramineInhibits H1 receptor (antihistamines)
HydroxyzineHas less anticholinergic effect (antihistamines)
EszopicloneActivity on GABA receptor to enhance effect of GABA (“Z” hypnotics)
ZolpidemActivity on GABA receptor to enhance effect of GABA (“Z” hypnotics)
ZaleplonActivity on GABA receptor to enhance effect of GABA (“Z” hypnotics)
ramelteonMT1 and MT2 (melatonin) agonist (Sleep aid- other)
ApomorphineDirect agonist of striatal DA receptors (Antiparkinson- Dopaminergic)
BromocriptineDirect agonist of striatal DA receptors (Antiparkinson- Dopaminergic)
PramipexoleDirect agonist of striatal DA receptors (Antiparkinson- Dopaminergic)
RopiniroleDirect agonist of striatal DA receptors (Antiparkinson- Dopaminergic)
AmantadineDirect agonist of striatal DA receptors (Antiparkinson- Dopaminergic)
Carbidopa/levodopaLevodopa is converted peripherally to DA, carbidopa inhibits LAAD to decrease peripheral conversion of levodopa to DA (Antiparkinson-Dopaminergic)
EntacaponeInhibition of COMT, increasing levodopa concentrations thereby increasing CNS dopamine concentrations (Antiparkinson-COMT inhibitors)
TolcaponeInhibition of COMT, increasing levodopa concentrations thereby increasing CNS dopamine concentrations (Antiparkinson-COMT inhibitors)
Levodopa, Carbidopa, EntacaponeInhibition of COMT, increasing levodopa concentrations thereby increasing CNS dopamine concentrations (Antiparkinson-COMT inhibitors)
BenztropineBlocks cholinergic receptors and restores DA/ACh balance (Antiparkinson-Anticholinergic)
TrihexyphenidylBlocks cholinergic receptors and restores DA/ACh balance (Antiparkinson-Anticholinergic)
DonepezilAcetylcholinesterase inhibitors (Memory enhancers)
GalantamineAcetylcholinesterase inhibitors (Memory enhancers)
RivastigmineAcetylcholinesterase inhibitors (Memory enhancers)
MemantineNMDA receptor blocker (Memory enhancers)
DisulfiramAldehyde dehydrogenase inhibitor (Alcohol deterrent
AcamprosateIncreases GABA system and decreases glutamate system (Anticraving medications)
NaltrexoneOpioid antagonist (Anticraving medications)

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