anorexiant


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Related to anorexiant: anorexigenic
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anorexiant

adj & n anorexígeno
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Therefore, higher NA concentrations in the brain could justify the anorexiant effect and the side effects common to amphetamine use [165].
Similarly, previous studies have reported sterols to have anorexiant properties that enhance satiation and reduce absorption of fats by increasing serum serotonin levels [57].
The remaining 33 agents are classified as anorexiant (1), anticoagulant (1), anticonvulsant (1), antidote (1), antilipemic (1), antineoplastic (11), antituberculosis (1), dermatologic (1), endocrine/metabolic (3), gastrointestinal (4), hematologic (1), immunologic (2), impotence (1), ophthalmic (2), respiratory (1), and urinary tract agent (1).
This is related to prior negative experiences with adverse events associated with anorexiant use.
Adding low doses of certain selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors enhances the anorexiant effect.