Appetite Suppressant, Centrally Acting

Centrally acting

appetite suppressant

drugs used in the treatment of obesity fall into 2 broad pharmacological categories; those which act via brain catecholamine pathways and those which act via serotonin pathways. They reduce appetite and food intake and are effective in the treatment of obesity.

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