Psychosomatics

Addressing Obesity in Patients Taking Antipsychotics

April 28, 2021

Antipsychotic-induced weight gain evolves over time, leads to chronic complications, and is very difficult to reverse. Pharmacologic interventions used to tackle weight gain are modestly effective and worth considering in certain cases.

8 Neuropsychiatric Symptoms and Treatments of Huntington Disease

March 25, 2021

In approximately half of patients with Huntington disease, symptoms of depression, irritability/aggression, executive dysfunction, psychosis, cognitive decline, and dementia present long before progressive motor symptoms.