What is Buspirone?

This drug, developed in the mid 70's, is used nowadays to treat patients that have anxiety issues. One common use is in a disease called Generalised Anxiety Disorder. It works by altering the activity of a chemical in the brain called Serotonin. Should never be used with with people who use MAO inhibitors. Dose must be closely monitored by a professional in patients with kidney or liver disease

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Will taking Buspirone give me relief within one day to help me be calm at granddaughters graduation? Contact at YYYY@YYYY Thank you for your...

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50% chances are there

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What is an alternative to Adivan that does not cause drowsiness?

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Tab Buspirone or Tab Tofisopam are good alternatives.

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can caffeine have any effect On:
1. Valsartan
2. Paroxetine HCL
3. Buspirone, or

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no interaction with caffeine

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Buspirone with paroxetine may increase the risk for serotonin syndrome, which...

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