Lisuride

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For what
Mental Health and Nervous
Source
Allopathy
For whom
People

Lisuride is a medication predominantly used for its anti-Parkinson's properties. Classified as a dopamine agonist, it functions by activating dopamine receptors in the brain. Dopamine, a crucial neurotransmitter for movement and coordination, is enhanced by lisuride, potentially easing Parkinson's disease symptoms like tremors and stiffness. Additionally, lisuride may help in managing certain types of migraines.


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