Binge eating disorder is the most common eating disorder in the United States, affecting 3.5% of women, 2% of men, and ≤1.6% of adolescents. It is characterized by recurring episodes of consuming large amounts of food quickly and to the point of discomfort. If you are concerned about the eating habits of a loved one, the following signs may provide more information about whether they may have binge eating disorder.
In the psychiatric SETTING, however, this period represents a crucial time that can make the difference between successful outpatient clinical outcome and a relapse and rehospitalization. Continuity of pharmaceutical care is vital to the success of this transition. Having an understanding of this process can allow community pharmacists to better assist patients as they move into the outpatient care setting.
Antipsychotic medications are used in the treatment of patients with various psychiatric conditions, including schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and in some cases, major depressive disorder. They are categorized into first and second generation.
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