Effects of Antipsychotic Drugs in Dementia Patients

Dementia is a condition where the brain function tends to reduce with age. The ability to do things that were learned during the lifetime decline during the golden years. This period is not only distressing for the patient but can be extremely frustrating for the caregivers. Quite often, the agitation and aggressive behavior of the patients is treated with antipsychotic drugs, though they may not be officially approved for the purpose.
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