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What is Strattera?

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Strattera is the brand name for atomoxetine, a drug used to treat attention deficit hyperactive disorder, or ADHD. People typically take Strattera in combination with psychological and social therapy treatments, reports WebMD. Its works by balancing neurotransmitters in the brain.

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The goal of Strattera is to help improve concentration, attention and focus; and to reduce fidgeting, according to WebMD. Lack of focus and fidgeting are common symptoms of someone with ADHD. The medication is taken once or twice daily with food. Some people have allergies to atomoxetine. Others have certain medical conditions, such as narrow-angle glaucoma, high blood pressure and adrenal gland tumors, which Drugs.com says restrict use of Strattera.

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