Alzheimer’s Drug, Memantine can Cure Shopaholics of their Compulsive Habit

IAS News 6 June 2012 | 0 Comments

In a breakthrough finding, a team of psychiatrists from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis has observed that a drug used to treat alzheimer’s disease patients can help compulsive shoppers get over their compulsive buying habit.

The news report on the clinical finding is published in the health section of Mail Online. Memantine is given to alzheimer’s disease patients to prevent and control mental deterioration. It has now shown remarkable improvements in just eight weeks in a clinical trial involving men and women suffering from compulsive buying disorder.

For more information regarding the medicine, Memantine, read this article.

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