What is Zispin?
Zispin form brand antidepressant is used to treat depression and other ailments.
How does Zispin work?
Zispin (mirtazapine), belongs to a class of drugs known as tetracyclic antidepressants, treats depression by moderating the levels of neurotransmitters in the brain.
For which other health conditions Zispin is prescribed?
Antidepressants Zispin is are also prescribed "off-label" to treat other conditions, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and other anxiety disorders.
Can antidepressants Zispin cause weight gain?
Weight gain is a possible side effect of nearly all antidepressants. However, each person responds to antidepressants differently. Some of them gain weight when taking a certain antidepressant, while others do not.
Is Zispin a Narcotic?
With the severe side effects of narcotics, it is not unusual for patients to ensure that is not what they are being prescribed. Zispin is not a narcotic. The pill doesn’t bind to opioid receptors, and it doesn’t affect the brain or body in the same ways as a narcotic does.
How long does Zispin stay in the system?
Zispin usually stays in the body anywhere between four and eight days, depending on the individual’s health and dosage amount.