Donep 5 mg
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Donep 5 mg is useful for people with mild, moderate, or severe dementia associated with Alzheimer’s disease. It improves people’s ability to remember, communicate, think clearly and perform the activities of daily living. Alzheimer’s is a progressive illness that gradually affects memory and thinking. It does not cure the condition but may help improve memory, awareness, and other associated symptoms. The active ingredient of the medicine is Donepezil hydrochloride, which falls into the category of drugs known as acetylcholinesterase inhibitors. Donepezil works by increasing the levels of a substance called acetylcholine in the brain involved in memory function. It improves memory by slowing down the breakdown of acetylcholine in the brain.
Do not take Donep tablets if you are allergic to Donepezil or inactive ingredients in the medication. Before using Donepezil 5 mg, you should tell your health care specialist if you have had stomach issues, epilepsy, asthma, or a stomach ulcer. Talk to health care specialist if you suffer or have suffered from difficulty in passing urine, fits or seizures, uncontrollable movements, or liver problems. Tell your healthcare provider if you are taking, have recently taken or might take medicines without a prescription. Especially tell your healthcare specialist about other Alzheimer’s drugs, antidepressants, antibiotic medications, pain killers, heart medications, antifungal drugs, and anticholinergics. Do not drive or involve in machinery work that requires all your attention if you feel sleepy, or while taking medicine. The neurological disorder mat also affects the ability to drive or operate machinery. People with Alzheimer’s symptoms must not perform these activities unless their health care specialist says that it is safe to do so.
Some common side effects of Donep 5 mg, include nausea, vomiting, and diarrhoea. Keep yourself hydrated while taking medicine. Some people taking Donepezil tablets may experience dizziness, hallucinations, and insomnia. Other possible side effects of this medicine include gastrointestinal upset, muscle cramping, and loss of appetite. The risk of adverse effects increases with the increased dose. Usually, these side effects go away as your body adjusts to the medicine. If the side effects are severe and do not go away after some time, you should contact your health care specialist.
Your health care specialist will explain how to take Donep 5 mg tablets and give you the most suitable dose according to your condition. Follow the directions carefully to get the maximum benefits. Your health care specialist may change your dose to suit your individual needs. You may take this Alzheimer’s medication with food; it is best to as it at night before going to sleep. It may take up to seven days for symptoms to improve, so it is essential to take it regularly. Do not discontinue treatment without having words with your health care specialist. Usually, 5 mg once daily is the recommended dose. Once-daily should not exceed 10 mg once daily. It is important to assess cognitive function periodically during the therapy. Also, monitor heart rate during the treatment.