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Abstract Title:

The role of the melatoninergic system in epilepsy and comorbid psychiatric disorders.

Abstract Source:

Brain Res Bull. 2015 Aug 27. Epub 2015 Aug 27. PMID: 26321393

Abstract Author(s):

Jana Tchekalarova, Slavianka Moyanova, Antonio De Fusco, Richard Teke Ngomba

Article Affiliation:

Jana Tchekalarova

Abstract:

There is emerging evidence of the beneficial role of the melatonin system in a wide range of psychiatric and neurologic disorders, including anxiety, depression, and epilepsy. Although melatoninergic drugs have chronobiotic and antioxidant properties that positively influence circadian rhythm resynchronization and neuroprotection in neurodegenerative disorders, studies examining the use of melatonin for epilepsy's comorbid psychiatric and neurological symptomatology are still limited. Preclinical and clinical findings on the beneficial effects of the melatonin system on anxiety, depression, and epilepsy suggest that melatoninergic compounds might be effective in treating comorbid behavioral complications in epilepsy beyond regulation of a disturbed sleep-wake cycle.

Study Type : Review

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