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Psychology and Psychotherapy: Research Study

On the Names of the Psychoactive Drugs

Submission: July 27, 2019;Published: August 07, 2019

DOI: 10.31031/PPRS.2019.02.000541

ISSN: 2639-0612
Volume2 Issue4


Many times the categorical organizations of psychoactive drugs are impractical in the sense that we doctors have a habit, practical and illustrative, of organizing things in discrete categories, which seem to have little to do with the broad spectrum of reality, and much more as regards the issues related to the human mind, among them the psychiatric syndromes. It is common for different syndromes to overlap and present comorbidly: in psychotic cases it is almost the norm to find anxious or depressive conditions, in the most purely depressive cases it is the norm to find anxious or insomnia symptoms. In obsessive conditions it is widely accepted that there is a relevant anxious component almost constantly.

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