Study Reveals Antipsychotic Drugs Are Used More Frequently in Alzheimer’s Disease Patients

Study Reveals Antipsychotic Drugs Are Used More Frequently in Alzheimer’s Disease Patients
Findings from a recent study published in the British Journal of Psychiatry revealed that antipsychotic drugs are used by Alzheimer’s disease (AD) patients more frequently than in the general population — already 2-3 years before an Alzheimer’s diagnosis. The team of researchers from the University of Eastern Finland also found that antipsychotics were typically commenced during the first six

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