Slep Syrup 30ml
Slep 500 MG Description
Slep Syrup is typically used in children to address conditions like insomnia. It also induces sleep, which helps to alleviate pain and anxiety before a medical procedure. Insomnia is a sleep diso
rder in which people have trouble sleeping or staying asleep at night. If it persists more than three times each week for several months and seriously hampers your child's daytime functioning, it could indicate insomnia or other sleep disorders. Slep Syrup works by reducing brain activity and allowing sleep. This increases sleep quality and makes your child feel more peaceful, rejuvenated, and energised. Give Slep Syrup orally, ideally before bedtime, either before or after food, as directed by the doctor. Slep Syrup dosage is determined by the child's clinical condition and reaction to treatment. Under normal circumstances, never use Slep Syrup to sedate your child daily. This medication is used only if a kid needs to be sedated during medical treatment. This medication is usually only used for a brief period. Some children may experience minor and transient side effects of Slep Syrup like nausea, vomiting, sleepiness, and a loss of coordination. These adverse effects usually fade as your child's body responds to the treatment. If they persist for an extended period or begin to impact your kid, you should seek medical attention as soon as possible.
|You Save||₹12.45 (15% on MRP)|
|Uses||Insomnia, Sedation in children during medical procedure|
|Side effects||Nausea, Vomiting, Drowsiness, Impaired coordination, Headache, Rashes, Diarrhoea|
Uses of Slep 500 MG
- Insomnia and sleep disorders
- Sedation in children during a medical procedure
Contraindications of Slep 500 MG
Side effects of Slep 500 MG
- Impaired coordination
Precautions and Warnings of Slep 500 MG
Other General Warnings
- Your child does not engage in any brainstorming activities after taking this medication.
- Your child has an upset stomach, vomiting, or abdominal pain after taking this medication.
- Your child has any cardiac problems.
- You must feed your child at the appropriate times. Large or heavy meals should not be given to children close to bedtime.
- You must keep track of your child's sleeping hours.
Mode of Action of Slep 500 MG
How Does It Work?
Directions for Use of Slep 500 MG
- Slep Syrup should be given to your child before bedtime.
- If you forget to give it at night, don't give it at any other time during the day. It may make your child drowsy, dizzy, and confused.
- Never self-medicate your child because using Slep Syrup without supervision might be harmful.
Interactions of Slep 500 MG
Interactions with other medicines
- Combining Slep syrup with doxepin increases the risk of serotonin syndrome, a rare but deadly illness characterised by confusion, hallucinations, seizures, dramatic fluctuations in blood pressure, elevated heart rate, fever, heavy sweating, shivering or trembling, impaired vision, and other symptoms....
- Drowsiness, blurred vision, dry mouth, heat intolerance, flushing, decreased sweating, difficulty in urinating, abdominal cramping, constipation, irregular heartbeat, confusion, and memory issues may occur when Slep syrup is used with imipramine....
- Warfarin with Slep syrup can interact and cause bleeding.
- Slep syrup and furosemide can have mild interactions. Although consult the doctor.
Storage and disposal of Slep 500 MG
Dosage of Slep 500 MG
- Slep Syrup overdose might result in respiratory arrest, slowed heart rate, and low blood pressure. Cardiopulmonary arrest, allergic reactions, seizures, and medication dependence are all major overdose effects of Slep Syrup. In this situation, contact your child's doctor right away....
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: After taking Slep Syrup, how long would it take my child to go asleep?
Q: Under what circumstances should I not give my child Slep Syrup?
Q: How can I give my child Slep Syrup?
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