Where does Antipsychotic side effects come from? | Biotech | Clinical Trials|
Or locations internal and external senses have their equivalents, stored with details, and grouped by similarities.
Groups have an arrangement — one as principal, others in tow. The fore group attracts stores, regardless of contrasts. Stores are in the smallest possible unit.
Stores transport across groups during activities. There is a circulation group, respiration group, delight group, fear group, motor group, speech group, silence group, respiration group, numbers group and so on.
There are groups less broad than these, but anything common is grouped. Each store has a default group — by habitual function, recent function or most striking function. Stores carry an identifier of every group they have been.
Sometimes, a person can have a good night’s sleep yet feel lethargic at dawn. The store of the state went to a group of lethargy. Stimulants may remove the store from there, or lethargy from the prime spot.
Lithium works similarly, as well as other antipsychotics. There are treatment resistant cases for which medications cannot move or remove stores or groups, as expected.
Now, how does anything get stored in the memory, and with what uniformity does the memory store information?
Multisensory integration is into a uniform unit. It is this unit that is relayed. Relay goes across stations, including memory locations. The unit comes to the memory, finds its store, goes to its default group and others, then gives off towards where feeling effects are for fear, pleasure, pain and so on. It is the group that determines the feeling, then reactions — sequentially.
The uniform unit of multisensory integration is thought or a form of thought. It is the thought version of anything external that the memory stores to drive external interactions: car in physical, car as a thought. It is the thought that goes to where feeling effects are, causing sadness, delight and so on.
There are active and passive thoughts. There is just one active thought at any moment. Passive thoughts make their way through stores and groups, secondarily.
When an antipsychotic quiets voices [voices are a form of thought, with stores in the memory, in a fore group], the antipsychotic removes a beam that includes that group from the pole position.
The beam may also have groups for motor or muscular or system activity, or others. Since passive thoughts in stores relay, checking in for how-to, groups included in that beam may lose their ability to regulate function, so the side effect becomes felt malfunction.
It is also possible that store traffic after medications are slowed, affecting some stores than others, or some groups: helping against the condition, but stymying others.
There is a store-group operation of medications, for benefits and otherwise. To improve antipsychotic, antidepressant, anxiolytic, and anticonvulsant drugs, it is important to look at what neurons and molecules are wholly constructing.
Thought [relay] and the memory [stations] are tests for mental illness, useful in measuring or monitoring.
There is no psychiatric disorder without thought and the memory.
They are the colonnades for tests that have been elusive for centuries.