A list of which medications are prescribed to treat hyperthyrosis is coming soon.
According to a new report, patients who suffer from hyperthyroids are prescribed medications for the condition by physicians across the country.
The report, published by The Medical Journal of the American, said that doctors prescribe the medications to treat the condition in states across the United States.
The list includes:• Acetaminophen, a pain reliever for hypertriglyceridemia• Cialis, a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) used to treat obesity• Doxycycline, a drug used to prevent inflammation• Trazodone, a narcotic used to relieve nausea• Xanax, a tranquilizer used to ease depression• Tylenol, a sleep aid• Tetracycline, used to help treat anxiety• Zoloft, a mood enhancer• Zyprexa, a sedative used to manage migraines and anxiety• Xanampotene, a sleeping pill used to lower blood pressure• Ibuprofen, a muscle relaxant used to control muscle spasms• Zopiclone, an antibiotic used to kill bacteria in the body• Clonazepam, an antipsychotic drug used in some mental health care settings• Nardil, a prescription opioid used to enhance pain control• Triptans, a combination of benzodiazepines and antidepressants used to reduce anxiety and improve mood• Benzodiazepine drugs such as Xanax are prescribed by doctors for hypertension in the brain.
These medications can cause dizziness, tremors, and other symptoms in the patient, as well as hallucinations, anxiety, and panic attacks.
They also can increase heart rate, breathing problems, and breathing difficulties, which can lead to unconsciousness.