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...ffectively. The reason why I said that is because we are making these patients to be addicted to their drug of choice. Which is they need their medications at all times. The pharmaceutical industry are just making drugs to help them relief the symptoms or making them happy, like making drugs that increases norepinephrine and dopamine receptors to make them happy. But once the drugs diminish in their system, these patients will be dependent on the medication.
a. The way mental illness is being treated is through an algorithm
b. Doctors are always trying to treat the symptoms, they are not treating the behavioral or emotional side of things
c. We should be treating the patients.
Our pharmacist role in treating the mentally ill is to maintain an amazing relationship with them. We should not judge them or make them feel alone. We should able to entertain and make sure
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