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Is Statin Use Safe in Individuals With Psychotic Disorders?
Letter to the Editor
>Sir: Individuals with schizophrenia and other serious mental illnesses have a mortality rate at least 2 times as high as those without psychotic disorders, with the excess mortality largely attributed to higher rates of death from cardiovascular disease. Wider use of cholesterol-lowering drugs (statins) to reduce cardiovascular risk in this setting has been suggested. However, widespread use of statin drugs in individuals with psychotic disorders may raise some concerns.
Accumulating evidence suggests a relation between low cholesterol and violence, aggression, and hostility, notwithstanding that the biological basis for attributing causality for behavioral disorders and hypocholesterolemia is not clear.