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BuSpar Date Written 2007
Author Joe Holmes Date Revised  

BuSpar stimulates the serotonin 5-HT1A receptor big-time, and the Dopamine D2 receptor moderately. Dopamine D2 is used for motor control, and 5-HT1A is used to inhibit worrying about things (sometimes referred to as "inhibitory"). This inhibitory action has a calming affect, and BuSpar is therefore used as an "anti-anxiety" drug. If one has clogged 5-HT1A receptors and this is causing anxiety, BuSpar could be very helpful. To learn more about BuSpar, click here.(1)

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