reduced repetitive behaviors

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Reduced repetitive behaviors refer to a decrease in the frequency or intensity of repetitive behaviors that are often associated with certain mental health conditions, such as autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Research has suggested that some medications, including risperidone, may be effective in reducing repetitive behaviors in individuals with ASD, but its use should be carefully monitored by a healthcare professional. Behavioral interventions, such as applied behavior analysis (ABA), are often recommended as the first line of treatment for repetitive behaviors in individuals with ASD.

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