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Clonidine

Clonidine is an anti-hypertensive drug, which is used to treat panic/ anxiety disorders, high blood pressure, inflammation related aches and ADHD.
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Clonidine

Clonidine 0.10mg

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Drug Information

Clonidine (Catapres) is an anti-hypertensive medication, which is highly used to treat anxiety/panic disorders, inflammation associated aches as well as ADHD and of course high blood pressure. The medicine comes in the form of pills and patches. Usually skin patches are used to deal with high blood pressure.

However, it was approved by FDA in 1974 but it was thoroughly developed as well as launched especially for clinical use in the year of 1977. It has proved to be extremely efficient drug for treating hot flashes in females and high blood pressure.

This drug has plenty of additional medical benefits, some of which are given below:

  • This drug is very effective in healing hot flashes.
  • Females with a medical history of breast cancer may also use this medication even without any risk of prompting the growth of available cancerous cells.
  • This drug is highly effective in treating high blood pressure.
  • It also helps regulating the production of available growth hormones.
  • Cloridine is also effective in treating hyperactivity as well as concentration/attention issues in autistic kids.
  • Moreover, post traumatic anxiety disorder in kids may also be treated efficiently with this drug.

Mechanism

Clonidine (Catapres) is considered as the best alpha receptor. Being an alpha receptor, it contains properties that make it highly effective in treating several conditions, including high blood pressure, flashes in women and ADHD.

How to Take Catapres?

Catapres must be used to treat both kids above six years as well as adults. The dosage amount should be prescribed as per the medical history, condition and response of the individuals towards this treatment.

The initial or fundamental dosage prescribed is a 0.1 mg tablet that should be given twice in a day. This amount of dose is very effective in elderly individuals. Pediatric dosage for this drug should be calculated as per the kid’s weight.

The transdermal patches of Catapres (clonidine) should be applied to the skin as well as changed once in a week. When you apply a new patch, you must apply it on a different body part.

While taking this medication, you may encounter a few usual side effects that include:

  • Feeling hot
  • Mild fever
  • Ear pain, headache
  • Nightmares, sleep issues (insomnia)
  • Mood changes
  • Sore throat, sneezing, stuffy or runny nose, cough and other cold symptoms
  • Irritable or feeling tired
  • Dizziness, drowsiness

Precautions

  • You must inform your physician, if you’re allergic to this medication. You must also inform your concerned doctor if you have had heart or kidney diseases.
  • This drug must not be taken during pregnancy particularly without consulting a medical practitioner. Moreover, nursing females mustn’t use this drug, as it’s excreted into women breast milk. And thus it may cause unpleasant effects on child’s health.
  • You must avoid taking more than prescribed amount of doses as overdosing this medicine may cause you serious side-effects.
  • You mustn’t forget informing the doctor if you are already taking other medications.
  • You may encounter dizziness while using this drug therefore you must avoid using heavy machinery or driving vehicles.

We only ship medications which are approved by FDA, Also please consult your doctor to make a full decision on what medication to take.

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