Seroxat is a newer antidepressant
Have you been diagnosed with depression? Bounce back to your old self and start feeling better again with Seroxat! Seroxat is a newer antidepressant drug that works by restoring levels of serotonin. Serotonin is an important chemical messenger in your brain responsible for transmitting signals. Researchers have found that lowered levels of serotonin can often lead to depression. By restoring serotonin levels back to normal range, you can relieve symptoms of depression like agitation, difficulty concentrating, tiredness, loss of appetite, and insomnia.
Side Effects: nausea, sweating, decreased appetite, asthenia (lack or loss of strength), insomnia, dizziness, tremor, nervousness, and sexual side effects.
Suggested Use: Seroxat comes in 10mg, 20 mg, 30 mg, and 40 mg tablets. The normal starting dose for most patients is 10 to 20 mg a day. For people over the age of 65, or for people who have kidney or liver problems, the initial dose may be lower. Do not take Seroxat without first consulting with your doctor if you have liver disease, kidney disease, suffer from seizures, suffer from mania, have thoughts of suicide, or if your are taking any other forms of antidepressants. Remember, only your doctor can decide your daily dose and whether or not Seroxat is right for you.