How do mood stabilizers work with the chemistry of the brain and what guidelines to Medical Professionals use to determine which one would work best for the patient and which ones are currently available on the market?
That is a good question. But difficult to answer. There are many variables involved with mood disorders and the meds that treat them. You can Google mood stabilizers and see a list of them and how they work. Since everyone is different, they may work differently for each person. Unfortunately it is usually trial and error. Best professional would be a doctor and or a psychiatrist that knows the patients history and symptoms to determine which one (s) to try.
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