Serenace 0.25mg Tablet
Serenace 0.25 MG Description
Serenace Tablet belongs to a class of medicines known as antipsychotics. Serenace tablet is used to treat Psychosis, Schizophrenia, and Tourette Syndrome. Hallucinations, including hearing or seeing
things that aren't real and Illusions, are some common symptoms of Schizophrenia. Serenace Tablet prevents these symptoms from occurring. Tourette disorder is a neurological ailment characterised by uncontrollable repeated motions, noises, or tics. Serenace Tablet consists of Haloperidol, a typical antipsychotic medication. Serenace tablet prevents dopamine, a chemical messenger in the human brain that influences thoughts and emotions, from acting. Before taking medicine, talk to your doctor if you have thyroid or renal issues, epilepsy, glaucoma, Parkinson's disease, or any heart issues. You shouldn’t take this medicine if you are under the influence of alcohol or other sleep-inducing, cough, or allergy medication. Serenace side-effects may include weight gain, so eat a well-balanced diet, avoid high-calorie snacks, and exercise often.
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|Uses||Schizophrenia, Psychosis, Tourette Syndrome|
|Side effects||Agitation, weight gain, muscle spasm, insomnia (difficulty sleeping), shaking of hands or feet, extrapyramidal symptoms, headache, difficulty in swallowing, loss of balance, twisting of body parts, skin rash, dizziness, blurred vision, fast heartbeat, constipation|
Uses of Serenace 0.25 MG
- Tourette Syndrome
Contraindications of Serenace 0.25 MG
Side effects of Serenace 0.25 MG
- Weight gain
- Muscle spasm
- Insomnia (difficulty sleeping)
- Shaking of hands or feet
- Difficulty swallowing
- Loss of balance
- Twisting of body parts
- Skin rash
- Blurred vision
- Fast heartbeat
Precautions and Warnings of Serenace 0.25 MG
Other General Warnings
- You have a known allergy to Haloperidol or any inactive components in the formulation should avoid the medicine.
- You suffer from uncontrolled seizures, severe central nervous system depression, or coma.
- You face some adverse side effects, talk to your doctor immediately.
- Avoid taking this prescription without visiting your doctor first.
- Follow your doctor's guidance for using the Serenace 0.25 Tablet.
- Do not consume higher or lower doses than what has been prescribed.
Mode of Action of Serenace 0.25 MG
How Does It Work?
Directions for Use of Serenace 0.25 MG
- Take Serenace Tablet with or without meals. However, it's best if you take it at the same time each day.
- Take the tablet orally, all at once. Don't crush, break or chew it.
- Observe your doctor's instructions on the dosage and duration of this medication.
- Your doctor will decide when to take Serenace Tablet based on your medical situation.
Interactions of Serenace 0.25 MG
Interactions with other medicines
- Serenace may interact with the following medicines, changing their effectiveness and causing adverse reactions.
Interactions with food items
- Taking Serenace pills with or without meals is safe. However, you should also talk to your doctor about it. There is no interaction between Serenace tablets and food. Although, it may interact with citrus fruits and juices, causing unwanted side effects....
Storage and disposal of Serenace 0.25 MG
Dosage of Serenace 0.25 MG
- Chest tightness, breathing problems, itching, fever, terrible cough, quick heartbeat, dizziness or passing out, a significant change in balance, shakiness, problems moving about, agitation and excitability, inability to pass urine are all signs of a severe reaction to the medicine. In addition, if you become pregnant while using this medication, you may experience a rash or other health concerns. In case of an overdose, seek instantaneous medical attention or contact a doctor....
Missed a Dose
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: Is Serenace Tablet suitable for long-term use?
Q: Can I stop taking Serenace Tablets on my own?
Q: Is Serenace Tablet suitable for dementia-related psychosis patients?
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