Trazalon 50mg is a medicine that is prescribed for depression and any depression related issues like fatigue, hopelessness and the feeling of guilt. It also helps in treating any anxiety disorders. The trazodone hydrochloride helps to balance the levels of serotonin and maintain mental balance.
Dosage And Administration
The doctor will prescribe the dosage and period of medication required depending on the patient’s condition. Trazalon 50mg tablets are prescribed to be taken once or twice a day.
It is best to take Trazalon 50mg with a glass of water and just before or after a meal so as to prevent nausea. The tablet should be taken whole and not crushed or split. This could alter the contents of the tablet. It is always best to follow the physician’s instructions carefully to get maximum benefit from the treatment.
There are some side effects that can be expected when Trazadone hydrochloride medicines are taken. They are:
- Back pain
- Blurry vision
- Nausea and vomiting
- Dry mouth
A few more serious side effects are:
- Irregular heartbeat
- Problems urinating
- Weight loss
- Bad taste in the mouth
- Decreased sex drive and lack of interest
- Stiff muscles
- Severe chest pain
- A feeling of confusion and hallucination
- Breathing difficulty
- Skin rashes and swelling
If any of these symptoms are seen you must consult the doctor immediately.
There are certain precautions to be taken when Trazalon 50mg is prescribed. Do not drive or get up quickly from a lying or sleeping position as it could make you dizzy. Those suffering from any of the problems listed below should also avoid taking the medicine or discuss it with the doctor.
- Severe heart disease
- Liver or kidney disease
- A history of suicidal thoughts
The doctor should be advised about any allergy to drugs, whether you are breast feeding, pregnant or trying to conceive. Even information about any drugs or supplements that you may be taking at the time of consultation must be mentioned. Most importantly, the starting and stopping of Trazalon must be done in consultation with a doctor.
Drug Interactions With Trazadone Hydrochloride
If nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, (NSAID) for pain, fever, swelling or arthritis is taken with this medicine, there is a tendency to bleed or bruise easily.Any other antidepressant or certain antibiotics too could react with trazadone hydrochloride.