Several antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) now have regulatory indications for treating bipolar disorder. There is growing evidence that AEDs in general have a variety of useful psychotropic effects. Antiepileptic Drugs to Treat Psychiatric Disorders is the first comprehensive, clinically oriented reference on the use of AEDs to treat a variety of psychiat

Mechanisms of Action of AEDs. AEDs in the Treatment of Epilepsy. AEDs in the Treatment of Neuropathic Pain.  AEDs in the Treatment of Neuropsychiatric Symptoms Associated with Traumatic Brain Injury.  AEDs in Intellectual Disability or Autism.  Treatment of Acute Manic and Mixed Episodes. AEDs in Long-term Treatment of Bipolar Disorder.  AEDs in the Treatment of Major Depressive Disorder. AEDs in the Treatment of Schizophrenia.  AEDs in the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders. AEDs in the Treatment of Alcohol Wilhdrawal and Alcohol Use Relapse Prevention. AEDs in Drug Use Disorders. AEDs as Potential Aids to Smoking Cessation. AEDs in Obesity, Psychotropic-associated Weight Gain, and Eating Disorders. AEDs in the Treatment of Impulsivity and Aggression and Impulse Control and Cluster B Personality Disorders. AEDs and Borderling Personality Disorder.  AEDs in the Treatment of Sleep Disorders.  AEDS in Fibromyalgia. Psychotropic Mechanisms of Action of AEDs in Mood Disorder.