alganax 0.25 mg alprazolam
alganax 0.25 mg alprazolam is one of the trade names of the Alprazolam drug which functions as a sedative, anti-convulsant (reduces seizures), and muscle relaxants (relaxes muscles). This drug belongs to the Benzodiazepine group which is able to suppress or reduce excessive anxiety, panic, muscle spasms, nausea for chemotherapy patients and insomnia which is used only in short-term therapy. This drug works by increasing the effect of the neurotransmitter Gamma Amino Butyric Acid (GABA). In addition, Alganax Tablet is also useful in the treatment of depression and premenstrual syndrome (PMS). Consult Alganax Tablet first to your doctor for appropriate treatment. Consuming with alcohol and grapes is not recommended.
Dosage & Eating Method
Alganax Tablet is a drug that belongs to the Hard Medication Group so that every purchase must use a doctor’s prescription. In addition, the dosage of use of Alganax Tablet must also be consulted with a doctor first before use, because the dosage usage varies from individual to individual depending on the severity of the disease.
The rules for using Alganax Tablet are as follows:
- Anxiety: begins with 0.75 mg-1.5 mg, taken 3 times a day.
- Panic: 0.5 mg-1 mg at night before bedtime, taken 3 times a day.
- Elderly patients: 0.5 mg -0.75 mg per day in divided doses. The dosage is increased if necessary.
Alganax Tablet can be taken before or after meals. For maximum results, Alganax Tablet is taken every day and worked on at the same time every day. If you accidentally forget to drink Alganax Tablet, it is advisable to drink it as soon as you remember if the next dose schedule is not too close. Don’t change the missed dose by doubling the dose on the next schedule.
Alganax Tablet cannot be used for:
- Hypersensitivity patients (excessive allergic reactions) to Alprazolam and the Benzodiazepine group.
- Closed angle glaucoma patients.
- Myasthenia gravis (immune system disease that attacks muscles).
- Respiratory disorders.
- Sleep apnea syndrome (obstruction of the airway or snoring).
- Severe impaired liver and kidney function.
- Conditions for phobias and obsessions, and chronic psychosis.
- Currently using antifungal drugs, such as Ketoconazole and Itraconazole.
- Pregnant women, especially the first trimester.
- Breastfeeding mothers.