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What is a MAO inhibitor?

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Psyched 10 Nov 2009

MAOIs are monoamine oxidase inhibitors. Its a classification of drugs used to treat Parkinson's Disease, Depression, and Attention Defecit Hyperactivity Disorder.

Anonymous 13 Dec 2011

Hi louisebrady. A MAO is used when a person doesn't respond to the more conventional route of anti-depressants. They are a strong, powerfull anti-depressant, and many people once on them, do well and so stay on them, often for years. The drawbacks are side effects, and a special diet. Best of wishes,pledge free discount card

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