Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 006773/003.

Names and composition

"ARTANE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of TRIHEXYPHENIDYL HYDROCHLORIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
006773/003 ARTANE TRIHEXYPHENIDYL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 5MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
006773/005 ARTANE TRIHEXYPHENIDYL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 2MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
006773/009 ARTANE TRIHEXYPHENIDYL HYDROCHLORIDE ELIXIR/ORAL 2MG per 5ML
006773/010 ARTANE TRIHEXYPHENIDYL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 5MG
012947/001 ARTANE TRIHEXYPHENIDYL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 5MG

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
006773/003 ARTANE TRIHEXYPHENIDYL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 5MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
006773/005 ARTANE TRIHEXYPHENIDYL HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 2MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
006773/009 ARTANE TRIHEXYPHENIDYL HYDROCHLORIDE ELIXIR/ORAL 2MG per 5ML
006773/010 ARTANE TRIHEXYPHENIDYL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 5MG
012947/001 ARTANE TRIHEXYPHENIDYL HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL 5MG
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Why would a teenager be prescribed Geodon and Artane?
I work with a teen who has recently been prescribed Geodon and Artane. I am curious about the Artane because it's for Parkinsons and muscle spasms which I've never seen. I'm concerned that this cocktail may be a little funky. B Asked by Anisha Cussins 1 year ago.

Artane (Trihexyphenidyl) is an anticholinergic used to aid chemical balance between the mis-firing of dopamine and normal firing of acetylcholine. This class of medication is used to treat depression. In PD it is used to treat stiffness, tremors, spasms, poor muscle control for some older PD patients although it is often not well tolerated by the elderly. Artane and Cogentin are the 2 most common anticholinergics used to treat PD patients especially after other meds are not as effective. Here's a problem for non-PD patients, it can cause numbness, dyskinesia and chorea. It can also cause cognitive issues as well as several psychiatric side effects. Geodon (ziprasidone) is an antipsychotic used to treat schizophrenia and the manic stages of bipolar so you can see that you are dealing with another medical area where there is a dopamine imbalance. Another thing that is important for you to know is that you can develop abnormal muscle movements, such as tremor, shuffling, uncontrolled involuntary movements as a side effect. There are a number of medical conditions which have certain commonalities and so you will find both on-label and off-label usage. In this case, we don't know your condition but since you have been prescribed both of these medications, we can surmise. It would appear that you need to speak to your doctor about the side effects you are experiencing so that the dosages can be adjusted or at least changes considered. Please continue to be an informed patient. Don't be afraid to read about what these medications do chemically and why they can help. But also be aware of the possible side effects so that you can have talking points with your doctor. Answered by Gerry Mettig 1 year ago.

Yes, My daughter has been on anti-depressants since she was 10 years old. They have greatly helped her to be able to focus and to concentrate and since she's been on them she's been on the honor roll and she's been school president and and she's a a volunteer and a cheerleader at her school. I'm not sure that she would have been able to do any of these things if she hadn't been on anti-depressants. Yes, You have to be more careful with the younger children and you have to watch them more closely than you would adults but if the parents are aware of the risk and pay attention to the child it can greatly help, in some cases it's better than the alternative, which can be suicide when the children get really upset. I know a few children when they needed anti-depressants and I would rather see them use them than not. When they say that anti-depressant aren't good for kids they have to give you the worse case scenario to protect themselves. Have you ever really heard a lot of cases of children being harmed by anti-depressants??? No and I read the new every day in the papers on the net and on the radio and TV I would know. Some time you have to go with which one is the less of two evils if you want to think of them that way. Answered by Grisel Jupin 1 year ago.


Is "Trihexyphenidyl"(Artane) a drug of abuse ?
if anyone has tried that,I wanna know how he/she has felt???despite of dizziness & nausea. Asked by Chelsey Truong 1 year ago.

Artane (trihexyphenidyl) is NOT a drug of abuse. It's used to treat Parkinson's disease. Missuse can cause delirium, disorientation, anxiety, hallucinations, illusions, confusion, incoherence, agitation, hyperactivity, ataxia, lip smacking and tasting movements, loss of memory, paranoia, combativeness, and seizures. Really, will it be worth it? Answered by Sari Goldhirsh 1 year ago.


Artane...........................
Artane has explicitly improved my concentration, abstract and ration because it increases dopamine level or lowers acetylcholine? Asked by Anjelica Kennerson 1 year ago.

because it increases dopamine level Answered by Stefany Stormo 1 year ago.


How many 2mg artane I can take?
i meant ow many 2mg artane(switane) pills I can take at most a day? Asked by Sachiko Znidarsic 1 year ago.

If the prescribed dose isn't helping, call your doctor. Self medicating is unsafe. Answered by Mauro Natal 1 year ago.


I am taking BHP(Artane) to increase dopamine level?
it works by inhibition of dopamine reupkate.It very effectively improves my logic, abstract, lowers anxiety level, distraction and kills ear worm (music stuck in head disorder or brain itch) in my head. It makes my more individualistic, thus lowering irrational traits like being jealous to other other, difficulty... Asked by Jena Tramel 1 year ago.

it works by inhibition of dopamine reupkate. It very effectively improves my logic, abstract, lowers anxiety level, distraction and kills ear worm (music stuck in head disorder or brain itch) in my head. It makes my more individualistic, thus lowering irrational traits like being jealous to other other, difficulty with following rules, hallucination and being subject to music and image insignificant to me . Compared to Abilify and biperiden, it has much slighter side effects including drowsiness, red and swollen eyes and smelly scent from mouth. Should I just keep taking it or take dopamine supplement like dopamite. Answered by Young Balistrieri 1 year ago.

Skip the Dopamite. It cannot possibly alter brain levels of dopamine. The reason? Well, it contains a lot of stuff, but the only thing in there that could get converted into dopamine is the N-acetyl-tyrosine, and this won't happen. An advanced explanation for this is that the rate limiting step in the synthesis of dopamine is the enzyme, tyrosine hydroxylase. In order to increase brain dopamine, you need to bypass this step. The next intermediate in the pathway to dopamine, is DOPA. That's why they use L-DOPA in Parkinson's because tyrosine won't work. Neither will N-acetyl-tyrosine. So, in my opinion, dopamite is a scam regarding increasing dopamine levels in brain. Whether or not it somehow works as a weight loss product, I don't know. Answered by Tabetha Sudekum 1 year ago.

L-Dopa stands for L-dioxyphenylalanine, which is the amino acid phenylalanine with 2 OH companies connected. It is the precurser to dopamine, for this reason when you inject L-DOPA into your physique, it goes to the brain where it's transformed to dopamine, which alleviates the symptoms of Parkinson's. The cause you cannot inject dopamine directly is on account that dopamine has peripheral results on the sympathetic nervous approach, and likewise it will no longer pass the blood -mind barrier into your brain. When you are coping with neurotransmittors, there are three methods to increase it's result: 1. Develop its free up 2. Extend its length three. Interactions with its receptor Most medicinal drugs for Parkinson's work in a kind of three ways. Answered by Michel Armand 1 year ago.


Please answer. what will happen if I overdose Benzhexol/artane?
i feel so depressed and suicidal right now. i got no one to talk. no one to share my problem. my mom think I'm sick and need to be left alone and do not be disturb instead of trying to understand me.anyw is this benzhexol fatal? if yes than good.I'd be willingly now to end my life already.dont talk to... Asked by Kathe Alkema 1 year ago.

i feel so depressed and suicidal right now. i got no one to talk. no one to share my problem. my mom think I'm sick and need to be left alone and do not be disturb instead of trying to understand me. anyw is this benzhexol fatal? if yes than good. I'd be willingly now to end my life already. dont talk to me about suicide hotline as we dont have that kind of thing here in Malaysia. Answered by Lawana Waser 1 year ago.


!Please answer!! What happen if I overdose Benzhexol/artane?
I feel so emotional right now I cant handle it anymore. I really wanna kill myself. But with medication that I only have right now, benzhexol. Is it fatal? if yes than good. i got no one to talk. no one to share my problem. I'm so depressed that I feel the need to kill myself by willingly abuse benzhexol. Asked by Su Chiulli 1 year ago.

Plz if u r dipresd den go for meditation ..u wil get the sol. Of ur problms Answered by Theressa Marques 1 year ago.


Why would a teenager be prescribed Geodon and Artane?
I work with a teen who has recently been prescribed Geodon and Artane. I am curious about the Artane because it's for Parkinsons and muscle spasms which I've never seen. I'm concerned that this cocktail may be a little funky. B Asked by Zona Keledjian 1 year ago.

Artane (Trihexyphenidyl) is an anticholinergic used to aid chemical balance between the mis-firing of dopamine and normal firing of acetylcholine. This class of medication is used to treat depression. In PD it is used to treat stiffness, tremors, spasms, poor muscle control for some older PD patients although it is often not well tolerated by the elderly. Artane and Cogentin are the 2 most common anticholinergics used to treat PD patients especially after other meds are not as effective. Here's a problem for non-PD patients, it can cause numbness, dyskinesia and chorea. It can also cause cognitive issues as well as several psychiatric side effects. Geodon (ziprasidone) is an antipsychotic used to treat schizophrenia and the manic stages of bipolar so you can see that you are dealing with another medical area where there is a dopamine imbalance. Another thing that is important for you to know is that you can develop abnormal muscle movements, such as tremor, shuffling, uncontrolled involuntary movements as a side effect. There are a number of medical conditions which have certain commonalities and so you will find both on-label and off-label usage. In this case, we don't know your condition but since you have been prescribed both of these medications, we can surmise. It would appear that you need to speak to your doctor about the side effects you are experiencing so that the dosages can be adjusted or at least changes considered. Please continue to be an informed patient. Don't be afraid to read about what these medications do chemically and why they can help. But also be aware of the possible side effects so that you can have talking points with your doctor. Answered by Sade Murtha 1 year ago.

Yes, My daughter has been on anti-depressants since she was 10 years old. They have greatly helped her to be able to focus and to concentrate and since she's been on them she's been on the honor roll and she's been school president and and she's a a volunteer and a cheerleader at her school. I'm not sure that she would have been able to do any of these things if she hadn't been on anti-depressants. Yes, You have to be more careful with the younger children and you have to watch them more closely than you would adults but if the parents are aware of the risk and pay attention to the child it can greatly help, in some cases it's better than the alternative, which can be suicide when the children get really upset. I know a few children when they needed anti-depressants and I would rather see them use them than not. When they say that anti-depressant aren't good for kids they have to give you the worse case scenario to protect themselves. Have you ever really heard a lot of cases of children being harmed by anti-depressants??? No and I read the new every day in the papers on the net and on the radio and TV I would know. Some time you have to go with which one is the less of two evils if you want to think of them that way. Answered by Hong Leske 1 year ago.


Is "Trihexyphenidyl"(Artane) a drug of abuse ?
if anyone has tried that,I wanna know how he/she has felt???despite of dizziness & nausea. Asked by Jadwiga Manz 1 year ago.

Artane (trihexyphenidyl) is NOT a drug of abuse. It's used to treat Parkinson's disease. Missuse can cause delirium, disorientation, anxiety, hallucinations, illusions, confusion, incoherence, agitation, hyperactivity, ataxia, lip smacking and tasting movements, loss of memory, paranoia, combativeness, and seizures. Really, will it be worth it? Answered by Rodrick Newstrom 1 year ago.


Artane...........................
Artane has explicitly improved my concentration, abstract and ration because it increases dopamine level or lowers acetylcholine? Asked by Anjanette Lindbloom 1 year ago.

because it increases dopamine level Answered by Randi Sagehorn 1 year ago.


How many 2mg artane I can take?
i meant ow many 2mg artane(switane) pills I can take at most a day? Asked by Gerri Dillaman 1 year ago.

If the prescribed dose isn't helping, call your doctor. Self medicating is unsafe. Answered by Myrl Spalinger 1 year ago.


I am taking BHP(Artane) to increase dopamine level?
it works by inhibition of dopamine reupkate.It very effectively improves my logic, abstract, lowers anxiety level, distraction and kills ear worm (music stuck in head disorder or brain itch) in my head. It makes my more individualistic, thus lowering irrational traits like being jealous to other other, difficulty... Asked by Lavette Daughrity 1 year ago.

it works by inhibition of dopamine reupkate. It very effectively improves my logic, abstract, lowers anxiety level, distraction and kills ear worm (music stuck in head disorder or brain itch) in my head. It makes my more individualistic, thus lowering irrational traits like being jealous to other other, difficulty with following rules, hallucination and being subject to music and image insignificant to me . Compared to Abilify and biperiden, it has much slighter side effects including drowsiness, red and swollen eyes and smelly scent from mouth. Should I just keep taking it or take dopamine supplement like dopamite. Answered by Elton Dieterle 1 year ago.

Skip the Dopamite. It cannot possibly alter brain levels of dopamine. The reason? Well, it contains a lot of stuff, but the only thing in there that could get converted into dopamine is the N-acetyl-tyrosine, and this won't happen. An advanced explanation for this is that the rate limiting step in the synthesis of dopamine is the enzyme, tyrosine hydroxylase. In order to increase brain dopamine, you need to bypass this step. The next intermediate in the pathway to dopamine, is DOPA. That's why they use L-DOPA in Parkinson's because tyrosine won't work. Neither will N-acetyl-tyrosine. So, in my opinion, dopamite is a scam regarding increasing dopamine levels in brain. Whether or not it somehow works as a weight loss product, I don't know. Answered by Greg Antich 1 year ago.

L-Dopa stands for L-dioxyphenylalanine, which is the amino acid phenylalanine with 2 OH companies connected. It is the precurser to dopamine, for this reason when you inject L-DOPA into your physique, it goes to the brain where it's transformed to dopamine, which alleviates the symptoms of Parkinson's. The cause you cannot inject dopamine directly is on account that dopamine has peripheral results on the sympathetic nervous approach, and likewise it will no longer pass the blood -mind barrier into your brain. When you are coping with neurotransmittors, there are three methods to increase it's result: 1. Develop its free up 2. Extend its length three. Interactions with its receptor Most medicinal drugs for Parkinson's work in a kind of three ways. Answered by Bari Jessica 1 year ago.


Please answer. what will happen if I overdose Benzhexol/artane?
i feel so depressed and suicidal right now. i got no one to talk. no one to share my problem. my mom think I'm sick and need to be left alone and do not be disturb instead of trying to understand me.anyw is this benzhexol fatal? if yes than good.I'd be willingly now to end my life already.dont talk to... Asked by Nicholas Mihalchik 1 year ago.

i feel so depressed and suicidal right now. i got no one to talk. no one to share my problem. my mom think I'm sick and need to be left alone and do not be disturb instead of trying to understand me. anyw is this benzhexol fatal? if yes than good. I'd be willingly now to end my life already. dont talk to me about suicide hotline as we dont have that kind of thing here in Malaysia. Answered by Nereida Durocher 1 year ago.


!Please answer!! What happen if I overdose Benzhexol/artane?
I feel so emotional right now I cant handle it anymore. I really wanna kill myself. But with medication that I only have right now, benzhexol. Is it fatal? if yes than good. i got no one to talk. no one to share my problem. I'm so depressed that I feel the need to kill myself by willingly abuse benzhexol. Asked by Clarissa Greenwade 1 year ago.

Plz if u r dipresd den go for meditation ..u wil get the sol. Of ur problms Answered by Ingrid Gubser 1 year ago.


Why would a teenager be prescribed Geodon and Artane?
I work with a teen who has recently been prescribed Geodon and Artane. I am curious about the Artane because it's for Parkinsons and muscle spasms which I've never seen. I'm concerned that this cocktail may be a little funky. B Asked by Luvenia Baras 1 year ago.

Artane (Trihexyphenidyl) is an anticholinergic used to aid chemical balance between the mis-firing of dopamine and normal firing of acetylcholine. This class of medication is used to treat depression. In PD it is used to treat stiffness, tremors, spasms, poor muscle control for some older PD patients although it is often not well tolerated by the elderly. Artane and Cogentin are the 2 most common anticholinergics used to treat PD patients especially after other meds are not as effective. Here's a problem for non-PD patients, it can cause numbness, dyskinesia and chorea. It can also cause cognitive issues as well as several psychiatric side effects. Geodon (ziprasidone) is an antipsychotic used to treat schizophrenia and the manic stages of bipolar so you can see that you are dealing with another medical area where there is a dopamine imbalance. Another thing that is important for you to know is that you can develop abnormal muscle movements, such as tremor, shuffling, uncontrolled involuntary movements as a side effect. There are a number of medical conditions which have certain commonalities and so you will find both on-label and off-label usage. In this case, we don't know your condition but since you have been prescribed both of these medications, we can surmise. It would appear that you need to speak to your doctor about the side effects you are experiencing so that the dosages can be adjusted or at least changes considered. Please continue to be an informed patient. Don't be afraid to read about what these medications do chemically and why they can help. But also be aware of the possible side effects so that you can have talking points with your doctor. Answered by Fred Hirsche 1 year ago.

Yes, My daughter has been on anti-depressants since she was 10 years old. They have greatly helped her to be able to focus and to concentrate and since she's been on them she's been on the honor roll and she's been school president and and she's a a volunteer and a cheerleader at her school. I'm not sure that she would have been able to do any of these things if she hadn't been on anti-depressants. Yes, You have to be more careful with the younger children and you have to watch them more closely than you would adults but if the parents are aware of the risk and pay attention to the child it can greatly help, in some cases it's better than the alternative, which can be suicide when the children get really upset. I know a few children when they needed anti-depressants and I would rather see them use them than not. When they say that anti-depressant aren't good for kids they have to give you the worse case scenario to protect themselves. Have you ever really heard a lot of cases of children being harmed by anti-depressants??? No and I read the new every day in the papers on the net and on the radio and TV I would know. Some time you have to go with which one is the less of two evils if you want to think of them that way. Answered by Dino Pengra 1 year ago.


Is "Trihexyphenidyl"(Artane) a drug of abuse ?
if anyone has tried that,I wanna know how he/she has felt???despite of dizziness & nausea. Asked by Clark Papps 1 year ago.

Artane (trihexyphenidyl) is NOT a drug of abuse. It's used to treat Parkinson's disease. Missuse can cause delirium, disorientation, anxiety, hallucinations, illusions, confusion, incoherence, agitation, hyperactivity, ataxia, lip smacking and tasting movements, loss of memory, paranoia, combativeness, and seizures. Really, will it be worth it? Answered by Lynwood Buro 1 year ago.


Artane...........................
Artane has explicitly improved my concentration, abstract and ration because it increases dopamine level or lowers acetylcholine? Asked by Hattie Braunschweige 1 year ago.

because it increases dopamine level Answered by Kia Henby 1 year ago.


How many 2mg artane I can take?
i meant ow many 2mg artane(switane) pills I can take at most a day? Asked by Kennith Crabb 1 year ago.

If the prescribed dose isn't helping, call your doctor. Self medicating is unsafe. Answered by Aretha Vivo 1 year ago.


I am taking BHP(Artane) to increase dopamine level?
it works by inhibition of dopamine reupkate.It very effectively improves my logic, abstract, lowers anxiety level, distraction and kills ear worm (music stuck in head disorder or brain itch) in my head. It makes my more individualistic, thus lowering irrational traits like being jealous to other other, difficulty... Asked by Geri Blose 1 year ago.

it works by inhibition of dopamine reupkate. It very effectively improves my logic, abstract, lowers anxiety level, distraction and kills ear worm (music stuck in head disorder or brain itch) in my head. It makes my more individualistic, thus lowering irrational traits like being jealous to other other, difficulty with following rules, hallucination and being subject to music and image insignificant to me . Compared to Abilify and biperiden, it has much slighter side effects including drowsiness, red and swollen eyes and smelly scent from mouth. Should I just keep taking it or take dopamine supplement like dopamite. Answered by Colene Schiffer 1 year ago.

Skip the Dopamite. It cannot possibly alter brain levels of dopamine. The reason? Well, it contains a lot of stuff, but the only thing in there that could get converted into dopamine is the N-acetyl-tyrosine, and this won't happen. An advanced explanation for this is that the rate limiting step in the synthesis of dopamine is the enzyme, tyrosine hydroxylase. In order to increase brain dopamine, you need to bypass this step. The next intermediate in the pathway to dopamine, is DOPA. That's why they use L-DOPA in Parkinson's because tyrosine won't work. Neither will N-acetyl-tyrosine. So, in my opinion, dopamite is a scam regarding increasing dopamine levels in brain. Whether or not it somehow works as a weight loss product, I don't know. Answered by Stella Hlywa 1 year ago.

L-Dopa stands for L-dioxyphenylalanine, which is the amino acid phenylalanine with 2 OH companies connected. It is the precurser to dopamine, for this reason when you inject L-DOPA into your physique, it goes to the brain where it's transformed to dopamine, which alleviates the symptoms of Parkinson's. The cause you cannot inject dopamine directly is on account that dopamine has peripheral results on the sympathetic nervous approach, and likewise it will no longer pass the blood -mind barrier into your brain. When you are coping with neurotransmittors, there are three methods to increase it's result: 1. Develop its free up 2. Extend its length three. Interactions with its receptor Most medicinal drugs for Parkinson's work in a kind of three ways. Answered by Alana Maynes 1 year ago.


Please answer. what will happen if I overdose Benzhexol/artane?
i feel so depressed and suicidal right now. i got no one to talk. no one to share my problem. my mom think I'm sick and need to be left alone and do not be disturb instead of trying to understand me.anyw is this benzhexol fatal? if yes than good.I'd be willingly now to end my life already.dont talk to... Asked by Cari Marrufo 1 year ago.

i feel so depressed and suicidal right now. i got no one to talk. no one to share my problem. my mom think I'm sick and need to be left alone and do not be disturb instead of trying to understand me. anyw is this benzhexol fatal? if yes than good. I'd be willingly now to end my life already. dont talk to me about suicide hotline as we dont have that kind of thing here in Malaysia. Answered by Tracey Kettell 1 year ago.


!Please answer!! What happen if I overdose Benzhexol/artane?
I feel so emotional right now I cant handle it anymore. I really wanna kill myself. But with medication that I only have right now, benzhexol. Is it fatal? if yes than good. i got no one to talk. no one to share my problem. I'm so depressed that I feel the need to kill myself by willingly abuse benzhexol. Asked by Leonard Stolzenberg 1 year ago.

Plz if u r dipresd den go for meditation ..u wil get the sol. Of ur problms Answered by Melissia Ardd 1 year ago.


Why would a teenager be prescribed Geodon and Artane?
I work with a teen who has recently been prescribed Geodon and Artane. I am curious about the Artane because it's for Parkinsons and muscle spasms which I've never seen. I'm concerned that this cocktail may be a little funky. B Asked by Velda Kulzer 1 year ago.

Artane (Trihexyphenidyl) is an anticholinergic used to aid chemical balance between the mis-firing of dopamine and normal firing of acetylcholine. This class of medication is used to treat depression. In PD it is used to treat stiffness, tremors, spasms, poor muscle control for some older PD patients although it is often not well tolerated by the elderly. Artane and Cogentin are the 2 most common anticholinergics used to treat PD patients especially after other meds are not as effective. Here's a problem for non-PD patients, it can cause numbness, dyskinesia and chorea. It can also cause cognitive issues as well as several psychiatric side effects. Geodon (ziprasidone) is an antipsychotic used to treat schizophrenia and the manic stages of bipolar so you can see that you are dealing with another medical area where there is a dopamine imbalance. Another thing that is important for you to know is that you can develop abnormal muscle movements, such as tremor, shuffling, uncontrolled involuntary movements as a side effect. There are a number of medical conditions which have certain commonalities and so you will find both on-label and off-label usage. In this case, we don't know your condition but since you have been prescribed both of these medications, we can surmise. It would appear that you need to speak to your doctor about the side effects you are experiencing so that the dosages can be adjusted or at least changes considered. Please continue to be an informed patient. Don't be afraid to read about what these medications do chemically and why they can help. But also be aware of the possible side effects so that you can have talking points with your doctor. Answered by Shawn Isome 1 year ago.

Yes, My daughter has been on anti-depressants since she was 10 years old. They have greatly helped her to be able to focus and to concentrate and since she's been on them she's been on the honor roll and she's been school president and and she's a a volunteer and a cheerleader at her school. I'm not sure that she would have been able to do any of these things if she hadn't been on anti-depressants. Yes, You have to be more careful with the younger children and you have to watch them more closely than you would adults but if the parents are aware of the risk and pay attention to the child it can greatly help, in some cases it's better than the alternative, which can be suicide when the children get really upset. I know a few children when they needed anti-depressants and I would rather see them use them than not. When they say that anti-depressant aren't good for kids they have to give you the worse case scenario to protect themselves. Have you ever really heard a lot of cases of children being harmed by anti-depressants??? No and I read the new every day in the papers on the net and on the radio and TV I would know. Some time you have to go with which one is the less of two evils if you want to think of them that way. Answered by Starla Minot 1 year ago.


Is "Trihexyphenidyl"(Artane) a drug of abuse ?
if anyone has tried that,I wanna know how he/she has felt???despite of dizziness & nausea. Asked by Alison Staab 1 year ago.

Artane (trihexyphenidyl) is NOT a drug of abuse. It's used to treat Parkinson's disease. Missuse can cause delirium, disorientation, anxiety, hallucinations, illusions, confusion, incoherence, agitation, hyperactivity, ataxia, lip smacking and tasting movements, loss of memory, paranoia, combativeness, and seizures. Really, will it be worth it? Answered by Charleen Lannier 1 year ago.


Artane...........................
Artane has explicitly improved my concentration, abstract and ration because it increases dopamine level or lowers acetylcholine? Asked by Martine Traher 1 year ago.

because it increases dopamine level Answered by Elroy Sauerbry 1 year ago.


How many 2mg artane I can take?
i meant ow many 2mg artane(switane) pills I can take at most a day? Asked by Lorrine Harkness 1 year ago.

If the prescribed dose isn't helping, call your doctor. Self medicating is unsafe. Answered by Evelynn Lagrone 1 year ago.


I am taking BHP(Artane) to increase dopamine level?
it works by inhibition of dopamine reupkate.It very effectively improves my logic, abstract, lowers anxiety level, distraction and kills ear worm (music stuck in head disorder or brain itch) in my head. It makes my more individualistic, thus lowering irrational traits like being jealous to other other, difficulty... Asked by Faustina Schaar 1 year ago.

it works by inhibition of dopamine reupkate. It very effectively improves my logic, abstract, lowers anxiety level, distraction and kills ear worm (music stuck in head disorder or brain itch) in my head. It makes my more individualistic, thus lowering irrational traits like being jealous to other other, difficulty with following rules, hallucination and being subject to music and image insignificant to me . Compared to Abilify and biperiden, it has much slighter side effects including drowsiness, red and swollen eyes and smelly scent from mouth. Should I just keep taking it or take dopamine supplement like dopamite. Answered by Meg Gerundo 1 year ago.

Skip the Dopamite. It cannot possibly alter brain levels of dopamine. The reason? Well, it contains a lot of stuff, but the only thing in there that could get converted into dopamine is the N-acetyl-tyrosine, and this won't happen. An advanced explanation for this is that the rate limiting step in the synthesis of dopamine is the enzyme, tyrosine hydroxylase. In order to increase brain dopamine, you need to bypass this step. The next intermediate in the pathway to dopamine, is DOPA. That's why they use L-DOPA in Parkinson's because tyrosine won't work. Neither will N-acetyl-tyrosine. So, in my opinion, dopamite is a scam regarding increasing dopamine levels in brain. Whether or not it somehow works as a weight loss product, I don't know. Answered by Cassandra Koskinen 1 year ago.

L-Dopa stands for L-dioxyphenylalanine, which is the amino acid phenylalanine with 2 OH companies connected. It is the precurser to dopamine, for this reason when you inject L-DOPA into your physique, it goes to the brain where it's transformed to dopamine, which alleviates the symptoms of Parkinson's. The cause you cannot inject dopamine directly is on account that dopamine has peripheral results on the sympathetic nervous approach, and likewise it will no longer pass the blood -mind barrier into your brain. When you are coping with neurotransmittors, there are three methods to increase it's result: 1. Develop its free up 2. Extend its length three. Interactions with its receptor Most medicinal drugs for Parkinson's work in a kind of three ways. Answered by Concepcion Lapilio 1 year ago.


Please answer. what will happen if I overdose Benzhexol/artane?
i feel so depressed and suicidal right now. i got no one to talk. no one to share my problem. my mom think I'm sick and need to be left alone and do not be disturb instead of trying to understand me.anyw is this benzhexol fatal? if yes than good.I'd be willingly now to end my life already.dont talk to... Asked by Apolonia Watchorn 1 year ago.

i feel so depressed and suicidal right now. i got no one to talk. no one to share my problem. my mom think I'm sick and need to be left alone and do not be disturb instead of trying to understand me. anyw is this benzhexol fatal? if yes than good. I'd be willingly now to end my life already. dont talk to me about suicide hotline as we dont have that kind of thing here in Malaysia. Answered by Tari Jorgensen 1 year ago.


!Please answer!! What happen if I overdose Benzhexol/artane?
I feel so emotional right now I cant handle it anymore. I really wanna kill myself. But with medication that I only have right now, benzhexol. Is it fatal? if yes than good. i got no one to talk. no one to share my problem. I'm so depressed that I feel the need to kill myself by willingly abuse benzhexol. Asked by Eleanor Dickenson 1 year ago.

Plz if u r dipresd den go for meditation ..u wil get the sol. Of ur problms Answered by Denisse Allison 1 year ago.


Why would a teenager be prescribed Geodon and Artane?
I work with a teen who has recently been prescribed Geodon and Artane. I am curious about the Artane because it's for Parkinsons and muscle spasms which I've never seen. I'm concerned that this cocktail may be a little funky. B Asked by Lois Hallisey 1 year ago.

Artane (Trihexyphenidyl) is an anticholinergic used to aid chemical balance between the mis-firing of dopamine and normal firing of acetylcholine. This class of medication is used to treat depression. In PD it is used to treat stiffness, tremors, spasms, poor muscle control for some older PD patients although it is often not well tolerated by the elderly. Artane and Cogentin are the 2 most common anticholinergics used to treat PD patients especially after other meds are not as effective. Here's a problem for non-PD patients, it can cause numbness, dyskinesia and chorea. It can also cause cognitive issues as well as several psychiatric side effects. Geodon (ziprasidone) is an antipsychotic used to treat schizophrenia and the manic stages of bipolar so you can see that you are dealing with another medical area where there is a dopamine imbalance. Another thing that is important for you to know is that you can develop abnormal muscle movements, such as tremor, shuffling, uncontrolled involuntary movements as a side effect. There are a number of medical conditions which have certain commonalities and so you will find both on-label and off-label usage. In this case, we don't know your condition but since you have been prescribed both of these medications, we can surmise. It would appear that you need to speak to your doctor about the side effects you are experiencing so that the dosages can be adjusted or at least changes considered. Please continue to be an informed patient. Don't be afraid to read about what these medications do chemically and why they can help. But also be aware of the possible side effects so that you can have talking points with your doctor. Answered by Shawana Bullman 1 year ago.

Yes, My daughter has been on anti-depressants since she was 10 years old. They have greatly helped her to be able to focus and to concentrate and since she's been on them she's been on the honor roll and she's been school president and and she's a a volunteer and a cheerleader at her school. I'm not sure that she would have been able to do any of these things if she hadn't been on anti-depressants. Yes, You have to be more careful with the younger children and you have to watch them more closely than you would adults but if the parents are aware of the risk and pay attention to the child it can greatly help, in some cases it's better than the alternative, which can be suicide when the children get really upset. I know a few children when they needed anti-depressants and I would rather see them use them than not. When they say that anti-depressant aren't good for kids they have to give you the worse case scenario to protect themselves. Have you ever really heard a lot of cases of children being harmed by anti-depressants??? No and I read the new every day in the papers on the net and on the radio and TV I would know. Some time you have to go with which one is the less of two evils if you want to think of them that way. Answered by Terrance Messner 1 year ago.


Is "Trihexyphenidyl"(Artane) a drug of abuse ?
if anyone has tried that,I wanna know how he/she has felt???despite of dizziness & nausea. Asked by Becki Delao 1 year ago.

Artane (trihexyphenidyl) is NOT a drug of abuse. It's used to treat Parkinson's disease. Missuse can cause delirium, disorientation, anxiety, hallucinations, illusions, confusion, incoherence, agitation, hyperactivity, ataxia, lip smacking and tasting movements, loss of memory, paranoia, combativeness, and seizures. Really, will it be worth it? Answered by Conception Summa 1 year ago.


Artane...........................
Artane has explicitly improved my concentration, abstract and ration because it increases dopamine level or lowers acetylcholine? Asked by Cleveland Helman 1 year ago.

because it increases dopamine level Answered by Gail Fluaitt 1 year ago.


How many 2mg artane I can take?
i meant ow many 2mg artane(switane) pills I can take at most a day? Asked by Harmony Schissel 1 year ago.

If the prescribed dose isn't helping, call your doctor. Self medicating is unsafe. Answered by Lucilla Szigethy 1 year ago.


I am taking BHP(Artane) to increase dopamine level?
it works by inhibition of dopamine reupkate.It very effectively improves my logic, abstract, lowers anxiety level, distraction and kills ear worm (music stuck in head disorder or brain itch) in my head. It makes my more individualistic, thus lowering irrational traits like being jealous to other other, difficulty... Asked by Mana Wittie 1 year ago.

it works by inhibition of dopamine reupkate. It very effectively improves my logic, abstract, lowers anxiety level, distraction and kills ear worm (music stuck in head disorder or brain itch) in my head. It makes my more individualistic, thus lowering irrational traits like being jealous to other other, difficulty with following rules, hallucination and being subject to music and image insignificant to me . Compared to Abilify and biperiden, it has much slighter side effects including drowsiness, red and swollen eyes and smelly scent from mouth. Should I just keep taking it or take dopamine supplement like dopamite. Answered by Laquanda Harshman 1 year ago.

Skip the Dopamite. It cannot possibly alter brain levels of dopamine. The reason? Well, it contains a lot of stuff, but the only thing in there that could get converted into dopamine is the N-acetyl-tyrosine, and this won't happen. An advanced explanation for this is that the rate limiting step in the synthesis of dopamine is the enzyme, tyrosine hydroxylase. In order to increase brain dopamine, you need to bypass this step. The next intermediate in the pathway to dopamine, is DOPA. That's why they use L-DOPA in Parkinson's because tyrosine won't work. Neither will N-acetyl-tyrosine. So, in my opinion, dopamite is a scam regarding increasing dopamine levels in brain. Whether or not it somehow works as a weight loss product, I don't know. Answered by Cyrus Manoi 1 year ago.

L-Dopa stands for L-dioxyphenylalanine, which is the amino acid phenylalanine with 2 OH companies connected. It is the precurser to dopamine, for this reason when you inject L-DOPA into your physique, it goes to the brain where it's transformed to dopamine, which alleviates the symptoms of Parkinson's. The cause you cannot inject dopamine directly is on account that dopamine has peripheral results on the sympathetic nervous approach, and likewise it will no longer pass the blood -mind barrier into your brain. When you are coping with neurotransmittors, there are three methods to increase it's result: 1. Develop its free up 2. Extend its length three. Interactions with its receptor Most medicinal drugs for Parkinson's work in a kind of three ways. Answered by Manie Newes 1 year ago.


Please answer. what will happen if I overdose Benzhexol/artane?
i feel so depressed and suicidal right now. i got no one to talk. no one to share my problem. my mom think I'm sick and need to be left alone and do not be disturb instead of trying to understand me.anyw is this benzhexol fatal? if yes than good.I'd be willingly now to end my life already.dont talk to... Asked by Graig Kinzig 1 year ago.

i feel so depressed and suicidal right now. i got no one to talk. no one to share my problem. my mom think I'm sick and need to be left alone and do not be disturb instead of trying to understand me. anyw is this benzhexol fatal? if yes than good. I'd be willingly now to end my life already. dont talk to me about suicide hotline as we dont have that kind of thing here in Malaysia. Answered by Jamar Charping 1 year ago.


!Please answer!! What happen if I overdose Benzhexol/artane?
I feel so emotional right now I cant handle it anymore. I really wanna kill myself. But with medication that I only have right now, benzhexol. Is it fatal? if yes than good. i got no one to talk. no one to share my problem. I'm so depressed that I feel the need to kill myself by willingly abuse benzhexol. Asked by Bethany Mosey 1 year ago.

Plz if u r dipresd den go for meditation ..u wil get the sol. Of ur problms Answered by Tanja Cotler 1 year ago.


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