Nite 5 MG Tablet
Nite 5 MG Tablet is classified as a hypnotic benzodiazepam that is administered to remedy infantile spasms and manage insomnia. However, if the patient is suffering from COPD, hypersensitivity, increased pressure in the eyes and severe damage to the liver, then Nite 5 MG Tablet is strictly advised against.
There does exist a risk of damage to the fetus if administered during a pregnancy; however, Nite 5 MG Tablet is still given to pregnant women because the potential benefits definitely seem to outweigh the associated risks.
The recommended dosage of Nite 5 MG Tablet is 56mg, to be taken once at bedtime. But this dosage can be increased based on the doctor’s instructions.
Caution should be exercised for patients suffering from amnesia, children, elderly, individuals suffering from depression, during pregnancy or while breastfeeding. Drowsiness or dizziness might be a result of its usage; hence it’s advised not to drive after administering Nite 5 MG Tablet. Reduce consumption of alcohol for maximum benefits.
Possible side effects include aggressiveness, agitation, incoordination, amnesia, confusion, dizziness, disorientation, fatigue, hallucinations, delusions, headaches, irritability, hangovers, psychoses, nightmares, restlessness, rage and sedation, palpitations, low B.P, diarrhea, constipation, heartburn, vomiting, vomiting, nausea, salivating excessively, shifts in libido, rashes, weakened muscles, tinnitus (a ringing sensation in the ears) and blurred vision. It is to be noted that its highly unlikely for an individual to experience all of these adverse reactions of Nite 5 MG Tablet; generally a small cluster of these side effects are experienced.
Information given here is based on the salt and content of the medicine. Effect and uses of medicine may vary from person to person. It is advicable to consult a Psychiatrist before using this medicine.
Uncontrolled body movementsMajor Common
ConfusionModerate Less Common
Visual disturbancesMinor Rare
Difficulty in breathingMinor Rare
Decreased in frequency of urinationMinor Rare
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