Of these eight patients, five were found to have acute extrapyramidal side effects (akathisia [N=1], parkinsonism [N=2], both akathisia and parkinsonism [N=2]). All symptoms were mild; only one patient required treatment with benztropine and propranolol. One additional patient had questionable parkinsonism. Mild daytime drowsiness and dry mouth were reported by five and three patients, respectively. No other side effect was reported by more than one patient. When questioned about how side effects with olanzapine compared with all previous standard antipsychotic medications, four patients reported feeling better, three felt the same, and one felt worse.