Ep 310: How To Memorize Psychiatric Medications

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How To Memorize Medications

Having a hard time memorizing psychiatric medications and which disorder they are used to treat? These memory tricks will get them into your head in minutes – and they’ll stick so you can get a better grade on your test. I’ve got ways to remember 12 medications like Zoloft, Prozac, Ritalin, Adderall, Lithium, and more – and which diagnosis (Depression, Anxiety, Psychosis, etc.) the drug is used to treat. Don’t spend hours in rote memorization – use these memory tools instead.

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One Comment on “Ep 310: How To Memorize Psychiatric Medications”

  1. Thanks for this! I’ve been studying for the EPPP, and many of your videos and audio files have been very effective in helping me remember various terms and concerns. I thought I’d share another memory aid for the depression medications. You mentioned Zac Efron, and I continued with it. Here is what I came up with…

    Medications associated with depression are Prozac, Zoloft, Effexor, and Wellbutrin. (aka proZAC, zoLOFT, eFIXor, and WELLbutrin).

    To remember this, you need to visualize ZAC Efron (prozac) going to a LOFT/apartment (zoloft) for a DEEP PRESSING (depression) massage to help him get WELL (wellbrutrin) and FIXED (effexor).

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