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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpsychotropicpsy‧cho‧tro‧pic /ˌsaɪkəˈtrəʊpɪk◂ $ -ˈtroʊ-/ adjective  psychotropic drugs have an effect on your mind
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psychotropicDiagnosing people in distancing ways encourages the 26 use of dramatic interventions, such as psychotropic drugs and electroshock therapy.This does not mean that psychotropic drugs have no role in the treatment of patients who might attempt suicide.In many cases it is particularly important to discuss the reasons for not prescribing psychotropic drugs.The technique is less popular today, having been superseded by psychotropic drugs.Of course, it should not be assumed that prescribing of psychotropic medication for such problems actually causes patients to take overdoses.Although many patients are prescribed psychotropic medication, only a small proportion of these will go on to take an overdose.The pattern of self-poisoning with prescribed drugs largely reflects general prescribing patterns of psychotropic medication.
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