HALOPERIDOL Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020074/001.

Names and composition

"HALOPERIDOL" is the commercial name of a drug composed of HALOPERIDOL.
It belongs to the class Butyrophenones and is used in Psychosis, mania (Central Nervous System)

Answered questions

A question on Haloperidol?
I have been diagnosed with a form of OCD, and my current medications are: Lexapro: 40mg a daySeroquel: 800 mg a dayGabapentin: 900mg a dayValium: 20mg a dayBut I ran out of Seroquel the other day so I've been taking Largactil. I've heard a drug named Haloperidol. My question is: Can Haloperidol... Asked by Theda Marquard 3 months ago.

I have been diagnosed with a form of OCD, and my current medications are: Lexapro: 40mg a day Seroquel: 800 mg a day Gabapentin: 900mg a day Valium: 20mg a day But I ran out of Seroquel the other day so I've been taking Largactil. I've heard a drug named Haloperidol. My question is: Can Haloperidol help with severe anxiety associated with OCD problems? What is Haloperidol and what is the difference between that and Largactil? On its own, what does Haloperidol do? Thanks people. Answered by Vesta Demro 3 months ago.

Haloperidol is a typical antipsychotic. It is in the butyrophenone class of antipsychotic medications and has pharmacological effects similar to the phenothiazines. Haloperidol is an older antipsychotic used in the treatment of schizophrenia and, more acutely, in the treatment of acute psychotic states and delirium. A long-acting decanoate ester is used as a long acting injection given every 4 weeks to people with schizophrenia or related illnesses who have a poor compliance with medication and suffer frequent relapses of illness. In some countries this can be involuntary under Community Treatment Orders. The above is taken fro Wikipedia. It does not mention that Haloperidol is used for OCD. Sounds though like a general antipsychotic, so it's probably ok for OCD and anxiety. Reading in Wikipedia again, there doesn't seem to be much difference between Haloperidol and Largactil....the are both "typical antipsychotics" Answered by Lai Miyahira 3 months ago.

When a person has a genuine "need to know" about specific medications and dosages and interactions, they go to the qualified source of information - the Dr or the Pharmacist. It's only a phone call away. Haloperidol - is the generic name for Haldol this is known as an "anti-psychiotic" what it does is to help the person who takes it to re-connect with reality when the person senses things that are not true. When short on prescribed medication, immediately contact either your pharmacist or your Dr. Some medications can cause negative effects when stopped suddenly. If you want to further investigate specific medications, type the name into your Yahoo Search window. Answered by Gabrielle Fleegle 3 months ago.


Haloperidol?
Has anyone expirienced shaking/ trembling as side effect of haloperidol? My bf has, and he even broke 3 ashtrays with trying to hold them.....I'm worried about him, but we kind of have long distant relationship (long story)....Did anyone expirience anything like this? And can anyone tell me how serious that... Asked by Melva Krasnecky 3 months ago.

Has anyone expirienced shaking/ trembling as side effect of haloperidol? My bf has, and he even broke 3 ashtrays with trying to hold them.....I'm worried about him, but we kind of have long distant relationship (long story)....Did anyone expirience anything like this? And can anyone tell me how serious that shaking can be? I mean if anyone can describe it? (the strenghts of that shaking, how it looks like, is it disabiling etc.?) Answered by Denna Cambron 3 months ago.

Haloperidol can cause extrapyramidal side effects, such as rigidity, persistent muscle spasms, tremors, and restlessness. It is very common and can be sort of like the symptoms of Parkinson's. For some people, these side effects can be very debilitating, almost to the point that the psychiatrist will change the drug. Extrapyramidal side effects are common with the older antipsychotics, like haldol. However, the newer "atypical antipsychotics," like Zyprexa and Clozaril have a lower incidence of these side effects. Some psychiatrists will just switch the patient from the older drug to the newer ones. However, some people respond so well to the older drug, that they don't want to change it, so they may prescribe another drug to just treat the extrapyramidal side effect. Cogentin is commonly prescribed. The Extrapyramidal side effects can lead to Tardive Dyskinesia, which includes repetitive, involuntary, purposeless movements. Features of the disorder may include grimacing, tongue protrusion, lip smacking, puckering and pursing, and rapid eye blinking. Rapid movements of the arms, legs, and trunk may also occur. This problem can get worse, so I would suggest that you tell your boyfriend to go see his psychiatrist soon. I know it sounds like the medications are awful and they do have these side effects. However, sometimes the side effects are not nearly as bad as the disorder they are treating. Always have your boyfriend talk to his psychiatrist before making ANY changes. Answered by Emmitt Adderley 3 months ago.

If you experience any of the following serious side effects, stop taking haloperidol and seek emergency medical attention: an allergic reaction (difficulty breathing; closing of your throat; swelling of your lips, tongue, or face; or hives); uncontrollable movements of the mouth, tongue, cheeks, jaw, arms or legs; or yellowing of your skin or eyes Other, less serious side effects may be more likely to occur. Continue to take haloperidol and talk to your doctor if you experience dizziness or drowsiness, headache, weakness or tremor (shaking), agitation, an increased heart rate, constipation, dry mouth, or weight gain. Side effects other than those listed here may also occur. Talk to your doctor about any side effect that seems unusual or that is especially bothersome. Answered by Loralee Dobmeier 3 months ago.

If he is shaking, it's not contraindication for using haloperidol, but he should get prescription for some antiparcinsonic drugs that are used for tremor and shaking. Go to his doctor. Answered by Sheldon Piggee 3 months ago.

i had haloperidol in the past as a mixed drug with other ingredients for cure of irritable bowel syndrome but it was very very low in amount..i had't experienced such problems as effects/side-effects in that period ..i had taken that capsule for one year... Answered by Lucien Gunnell 3 months ago.

This is bad tell him to go to his doctor immediately. Answered by Kalyn Leyba 3 months ago.


Can Haloperidol cause insomnia?
I've just started taking Serenace, 5mg, three times a day. Last night my dad took too many pills and consumed too much alcohol, so I didn't get to sleep until 5am. Then I was up at 7am. 2 hours sleep is not enogh for me. I need at least 6. Is it the stress and tension of making sure my dad didn't fall... Asked by Gerard Lacosse 3 months ago.

I've just started taking Serenace, 5mg, three times a day. Last night my dad took too many pills and consumed too much alcohol, so I didn't get to sleep until 5am. Then I was up at 7am. 2 hours sleep is not enogh for me. I need at least 6. Is it the stress and tension of making sure my dad didn't fall over and split his head open that I couldn't sleep, or is is the haldol? Bearing in mind, this is my third day in with this drug. Will 2mg of Clonazepam help me sleep? They say that Haldol is used for Mania, so thats what I must have now- can't switch off. Should I take another 5mg of Serenace to get me a few more hours? What do you think? And what are the short and long-term side effects of insomnia? Answered by Rey Albery 3 months ago.

Haloperidol is a typical antipsychotic. It is in the butyrophenone class of antipsychotic medications and has pharmacological effects similar to the phenothiazines. Haloperidol is an older antipsychotic used in the treatment of schizophrenia and, more acutely, in the treatment of acute psychotic states and delirium. A long-acting decanoate ester is used as a long-acting injection given every 4 weeks to people with schizophrenia or related illnesses who have a poor compliance with medication and suffer frequent relapses of illness, or to overcome the drawbacks inherent to its orally administered counterpart that burst dosage increases risk or intensity of side effects. In some countries this can be involuntary under Community Treatment Orders.ALWAYS TAKE CARE............ Answered by Otilia Gracely 3 months ago.

Haldol can cause akathisia. Try googling that and see if that is more what is wrong rather than mania. When I got akathisia, I didn't pace around , the agitation was internal. I am sure being upset had a lot to do with this, maybe the entire explanation. Answered by Britta Ellebrecht 3 months ago.


What type of organic molecule is Haloperidol?
im pretty sure its an alkaloid...? Asked by Paulette Hardeman 3 months ago.

Haloperidol is a dopamine antagonist of the typical antipsychotic class of medications. It is a butyrophenone derivative and has pharmacological effects similar to the phenothiazines. Haloperidol is an older antipsychotic used in the treatment of schizophrenia and acute psychotic states and delirium. A long-acting decanoate ester is used as an injection given every four weeks to people with schizophrenia or related illnesses who have poor adherence to medication regimens and suffer frequent relapses of illness, or to overcome the drawbacks inherent to its orally administered counterpart that burst dosage increases risk or intensity of side effects. Answered by Leon Scallan 3 months ago.


How long do haloperidol withdrawal symptoms last? I was on 0.5mg per day for 18 months and now stopped(abrupt)?
I am experiencing severe muscle pain . Is there any other drug I can take to ease my suffering like prozac? Very confused Asked by Mariette Witbeck 3 months ago.

Haloperidol is a highly potent neuroleptic antipsychotic and a butyrophenone. It also has strong sedative properties. It is 50X stronger than the next potent dopamine blocker: chlorpromazine. Sometimes haloperidol is called "vitamin H." Similar atypical neuroleptics you could try are clozapine, risperidone, olanzapine and ziprasidone and they all have lower side effects but cost much more. Prozac doesn't work the same. And haloperidol is for schizophrenia or acute psychotic attacks or other severe neuropsychiatric symptoms, not pain Chlorprothixene or chlorpromazine together with Prozac or another antidepressant help replace haloperidol. Unpleasant side effects from abrupt withdrawal could be: agitation, anxiety, insomnia and nausea, rebound of psychotic symtpms and mood swing into mania. Answered by Yolande Dickow 3 months ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: How long do haloperidol withdrawal symptoms last? I was on 0.5mg per day for 18 months and now stopped(abrupt)? I am experiencing severe muscle pain . Is there any other drug I can take to ease my suffering like prozac? Very confused Answered by Robbi Silvester 3 months ago.

Haldol Withdrawal Answered by Ghislaine Fristoe 3 months ago.


Haloperidol's mechnism of action is:?
A)stimulation of dopamine-2 receptors. B)blockade of dopamine-2 receptors. C)stimulation of dopamine-1 receptors. D)blockade of dopamine-1 receptors. Asked by Dung Landesberg 3 months ago.

Haloperidol blocks postsynaptic dopamine receptors (D2) in the mesolimbic system and increases dopamine turnover by blockade of the D2 somatodendritic autoreceptor. After approximately 12 weeks of chronic therapy, depolarization blockade of dopamine tracts occur. The decrease in dopamine neurotransmission has been found to correlate with the antipsychotic effects. This D2-blockade is also responsible for the potent extrapyramidal effects observed with this drug. Dopamine blockade in the chemoreceptor trigger zone accounts for the antiemetic effects. Haloperidol possesses extremely weak anticholinergic and alpha-adrenergic receptor blocking effects. Blockade of alpha1-adrenergic receptors produces sedation; muscle relaxation; and cardiovascular effects such as hypotension, reflex tachycardia, and minor changes in ECG patterns. Answered by Cecille Rooth 3 months ago.


What are the typical side affects of haloperidol d injections?
and how do you recomend coming off of it it i went cold turkey and seem to be having headaches i have no insurance at the moment and no money so i can't get a doc until i get my insurance back what should i watch out for Asked by Mariela Wedige 3 months ago.

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What condition would an overdose of haloperidol mimic?
Asked by Cruz Eichman 3 months ago.

Haloperidol overdose would mimic catatonic schizophrenia. This form of schizophrenia produces rigid or sometimes waxy flexibility; patients maintain sometimes odd positions for extended periods of time. They are "catatonic." High doses of haloperidol (Haldol) produce very similar behaviors by blocking dopamine receptors in the brain. Long term use of Haldol can also produce long term motor disturbances called extrapyramidal side effects. These are often permanent motor problems that occur in schizophrenics given Haldol for long periods and one reason it has fallen out of favor among many treating physicians. This old, first generation antipsychotic has been replaced by newer antipsychotic medications with fewer side effects. Answered by Pamella Lestor 3 months ago.

Haldol Overdose Answered by Sheilah Escudero 3 months ago.


Will Haloperidol help me?
I have a problem going out and applying for jobs... doctor prescribed several medicines but the one I'm most worried about is one called Haloperidol. The side effects I read about are very risky. Has anyone had good experience with this medicine? Asked by Vaughn Cort 3 months ago.

Sorry, I don't quite understand why your doctor thinks Haloperidol will help you apply for jobs. I presume you have some other mental health issues as well? Haloperidol is a strong tranquilliser and you are right to be cautious in the use of it. Some of the side effects can be very unpleasant. If you experience facial twitching, slurred speech or spasm in the jaw muscles you must stop taking it and go back to your GP. You will also need job search support - good luck! Answered by Derek Barias 3 months ago.

If you experience any of the following serious side effects, stop taking haloperidol and seek emergency medical attention: an allergic reaction (difficulty breathing; closing of your throat; swelling of your lips, tongue, or face; or hives); uncontrollable movements of the mouth, tongue, cheeks, jaw, arms or legs; or yellowing of your skin or eyes Other, less serious side effects may be more likely to occur. Continue to take haloperidol and talk to your doctor if you experience dizziness or drowsiness, headache, weakness or tremor (shaking), agitation, an increased heart rate, constipation, dry mouth, or weight gain. Side effects other than those listed here may also occur. Talk to your doctor about any side effect that seems unusual or that is especially bothersome. Answered by Margo Hinrichs 3 months ago.

Yes,I know someone who has been on it for many years and the only side effect has been weight gain. Answered by Lawrence Azzopardi 3 months ago.


Is it safe to take chlorpromazine and haloperidol?
For Schitzophrenia? I'm writing a story and want to know if it is realistic for someone with schitzo. to take both of those? Asked by Buster Brefka 3 months ago.

Schizophrenia can be a long-term, chronic illness with a worldwide lifetime prevalence of about one per cent. The most common treatment of this condition is using antipsychotics. In the developed world there is a large choice of antipsychotics including some that are quite expensive, whereas in the developing world the older and cheaper drugs such as haloperidol and chlorpromazine are still used for the majority of the people. In addition, most new medications are tested for their effectiveness against haloperidol or chlorpromazine. This review looks at clinical trials comparing people with schizophrenia who have been treated with either chlorpromazine or haloperidol, in tablet form or as injection into muscle but not by long acting injection. There were 14 trials identified containing a total of 794 people. The trials varied in length from ‘several hours’ to 36 weeks but only two were six months or longer. The most recent trial was published in 1994, and the earliest 1962. As diagnosis of schizophrenia has changed over the years, some people in the early trials may have diagnoses other than schizophrenia by today’s criteria. Overall the mental health and general functioning of people taking chlorpromazine or haloperidol improved. Compared to nowadays fewer people in both arms of the trial left the study early but those taking chlorpromazine were statistically more likely to do so. This was also the case when the oral medications were analysed on their own, but not in the case of the injected form. There was a suggestion that people may leave the study because of either adverse events or because the treatment did not work well. Haloperidol had statistically more movement side effects while chlorpromazine was statistically more likely to cause low blood pressure (hypotension). Although these trials show both haloperidol and chlorpromazine to be effective drugs for schizophrenia, a lot of data were not able to be used because some measures were not reported. Therefore the area would benefit from a new trial with a large number of people and lasting at least a year. Answered by Gregory Justesen 3 months ago.


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Janssen-Cilag Ltd
Teva UK Ltd

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