Exelon Product Description
Exelon is an anti-dementia agent, used to manage the behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia during mild to moderate stages of Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases.
The initial phase of anti-dementia therapy involves one Exelon 1.5mg pill once a day. The recommended dosage is in the middle of the treatment course and it is 3 to 6mg Exelon every 12 hours. The dosage should be increased gradually within several weeks.
If you did not take the scheduled dose of Exelon, take this anti-dementia agent as soon as you remember, but do not take a double dose of Exelon to make it for the missing one. If you missed Exelon for over three consecutive days, resume the treatment with the lowest daily dose.
Anti-dementia response to Exelon pills may vary from person to person, and is hard to be predicted. Larger anti-dementia effect is observed during the treatment of people with Parkinson's disease, accompanied by simple or complex visual hallucinations.
Exelon should be stored in an original sealed package at controlled room temperature up to 30°C. Keep any anticholinesterases or psychoanaleptics out of the reach of children. No subject to freezing.
Exelon Safety Information
The daily dosage of anti-dementia agent Exelon should be increased gradually, especially in patients with a history of intestinal disorders. Severity of gastrointestinal reactions, while taking Exelon, depends on the dosage and interval between increasing in doses.
Information about Exelon, provided in this review, is intended to be useful and informative. But in no case it can be served as an alternative for consultation with neurologists, therapists or other healthcare professionals in neurological diseases. The online pharmacy shall not be liable for any damage, caused by misconstrued information about dementia and Exelon.
Exelon Side Effects
Generally, adverse effects of Exelon pass without serious consequences and disappear at the end of anti-dementia treatment. The most common ones include dizziness, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, anorexia and weight loss. Only 6% of patients, treated with Exelon, had to reduce the dosage or to stop Exelon application because of these adverse effects. Other common Exelon adverse effects include: decreased appetite, burping, increased salivation, releasing gas, upper abdominal pain, constipation, aggressive reaction, nervousness, hallucination, insomnia and vision abnormal.