Celexa

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Celexa (Citalopram hydrobromide) is an SSRI for clinical depression treatment in adults. In addition to relieving the symptoms of depression, the drug helps to reduce the chances of a relapse. It comes as oral tablets and is administered one time per day, either in the morning or before going to bed. The medicine may take 1 to 4 weeks before taking effect.
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What is Celexa?
Celexa is an antidepressant drug licensed to treat major depressive disorder in adult and elderly patients. It is available in tablet dosage form with various strengths of Citalopram hydrobromide. The agent is believed to work by increasing the activity of serotonin in the brain. Since serotonin imbalance causes depression symptoms, restoring this balance helps to improve these symptoms. It was approved in 1998 and since 2003 generic versions of the drug made by more than 10 different pharma companies are available.

When is Celexa indicated?
Celexa is indicated for the treatment of major depressive disorder or clinical depression, which is associated with changes in sleep, eating disorder or loss of appetite, feeling hopeless or worthless, having little energy level or little interest in things used to be enjoyed, suicidal thoughts, physical pain. Besides reducing these depression symptoms, the drug can reduce the chances of depression relapse in the future. In some countries the drug is licensed to treat panic disorder. Treatment of other common psychiatric conditions is left to the discretion of the prescribing physician.

How to take Celexa?
Celexa is administered by mouth, once daily, in the morning or at bedtime. The usual starting dose is 20 mg. Depending on the response and tolerability the dosage can be increased to 40 mg or decreased to 10 mg. Doses above 40 mg do not appear to be more effective, but can increase the risk of abnormal heart rhythm. Due to long elimination half-life of the drug, dose titration shouldn’t occur at intervals of less than two weeks. The maximum recommended dose for geriatric patients (older than 60) and patients with hepatic impairment is 20 mg.

What are Celexa side effects?
Celexa side effects are dry mouth, nausea, loss of appetite, drowsiness, insomnia, tremor, increased sweating, yawning and fatigue. Although these effects are minor and typically require no treatment, immediately report to your doctor if you have suicidal thoughts, anxiety or agitation, rapid heartbeat, vision changes, fainting or signs of allergic reaction.

When is Celexa contraindicated?
Celexa is contraindicated to people hypersensitive to Citalopram. It shouldn’t be used concomitantly with any of the antidepressants of the MAOI class. There should be a 2 week period without either drug before the alternative drug is started.