Desyrel Product Description alcohol
Desyrel is a psychoactive drug used for the treatment of psychiatric disorders in patients 18 years and older. Desyrel has antidepressant and sedative effects and it is approved for treatment of:
- major depressive disorder (MDR)
- major depression accompanied by anxiety
Desyrel helps to quickly relieve psychic and somatic symptoms of anxiety, as well as to improve emotional status, mood and quality of sleep.
- The maximum daily dose of Desyrel for the treatment of psychiatric disorders at home is 300mg.
- When treating anxiety and /or depression in clinic, the daily dose of Desyrel can be increased up to 600mg.
- When using high doses of Desyrel, the total daily dose should be divided into several intakes.
If you miss a dose of your antidepressant, take Desyrel tablet as soon as you remember about it. However, if it is time for the next dose of Desyrel, take the dose of your antidepressant at the usual time and return to the assigned dosing regimen.
Desyrel may reduce cravings for alcohol, but it is not approved for the treatment of alcohol dependence. Patients, who abuse alcohol, are recommended to use Desyrel to relieve symptoms of mixed anxiety and depression only during alcohol withdrawal syndrome.
Desyrel tablets must be kept in an original tight container in a warm dry place. The recommended storage temperature is 15°C-30°C.
Desyrel Safety Information
At the beginning of antidepressant therapy and when changing the daily doses of Desyrel, the risk of suicidal ideation and behavior can be increased in patients with major depressive disorder. This side effect may occur at any age, but mostly children and adolescents are at risk group. A few months after the start of depression treatment, the risk of suicidal thoughts, plans or behaviors is significantly reduced.
Information on psychiatric disorders presented in Desyrel review cannot be used as an alternative to consultation with psychotherapists or neurologists. The online pharmacy disclaims any express or implied harm caused by the use of information about depression, anxiety, and Desyrel.
Desyrel Side Effects
Desyrel may cause sedation, headache, fatigue, back pain, somnolence, blurred vision, dry mouth, dizziness and gastrointestinal dysfunctions (such as diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and constipation). Desyrel benefits for mental health exceed the risk of developing side effects for the majority of patients with major depression.