Atarax is an antihistamine having anticholinergic and narcotic properties, which help in curing hypersensitivity. Its narcotic and anxiolytic characters significantly affect mental capacities, enhances memory. It does not cause any dependence or addiction. As it controls gastric emission, it can also be used in the form of an antiemetic and myorelaxant. It reduces the impact of hives, skin irritation and other related types of allergy.
Dosage and Direction
25 to 100 mg twice or thrice a day for adults. The dosage is tripled if it is taken for psychiatric treatment. The entire course of medication is around a month; however, the volume of the dose is reduced in old patients as well as in patients who suffer from kidney or liver issues. Atarax should not be taken without the advice of your doctor. Never modify the frequency or the dosage without proper medical consultation.
- Atarax may cause sleepiness and fatigue. However, if the symptoms do not reduce after taking medicine for more than a week, then the dosage needs to be modified.
- One must not take any simulations with Atarax.
- Patients suffering from arrhythmia or consuming anti-arrhythmic medications or with a history of convulsions, narrow-angle glaucoma, prostatic hypertrophy, or hyperthyroidism should inform their doctor before consuming Atarax.