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Not to be confused with Psycholeptic.

In pharmacology, a psychoanaleptic is a medication that produces an arousing effect. Psychostimulants (ex. amphetamines), some antidepressants, nootropics, anti-dementia drugs, and caffeine, are all psychoanaleptics.

The psychoanaleptics are classified under N06 in the Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Classification System.

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