Adaptol user manual
- Adaptol user manual
Adaptol belongs to the class of tranquilizers, which can be used to reduce symptoms of anxiety, anxiety and agitation.
Latin name: Adaptol.
Active substance: tetramethyl tetraazabicyclooctanedione.
Form of issue
The drug is available in tablets containing 500 mg of active ingredient.
Mechanism of action
According to the chemical structure, Adaptol is close to natural substances produced by a healthy organism. The main point of application of the drug are the structures of the limbic-reticular complex (this is the reason for the anxiolytic effects of the drug). In addition, the drug affects 4 main mediator systems: serotonin, adrenaline and cholinergic, as well as GABA. Peripheral adrenoblocking effect of the drug does not have (i.e., does not reduce arterial pressure due to vasodilation mechanisms).
Adaptol quickly eliminates symptoms of anxiety, irritability, anxiety, internal tremor, and emotional overexertion. In this case, the normalization of the emotional background is not accompanied by a violation of coordination of movements, as well as muscle relaxation (muscle relaxation).
The drug does not reduce the level of mental activity, nor does it affect the accuracy and coordination of movements. Because of this, Adaptol can be used by students or employees.
This trikimizidizator does not cause the patient a sense of euphoria or unreasonable fun.
Adaptol in the monotherapy does not have a hypnotic effect, but when combined with other sedatives, it can potentiate their effects.
Regular use of the drug is able to completely eliminate or significantly alleviate the symptoms of nicotine abstinence.
Adaptol has properties of drugs nootropic series: it increases mental capacity, attention, performance.
After a single adaptol intake, it is absorbed into the digestive tract by 77-80%. At the same time, the maximum concentration of the drug is recorded after 30 minutes and remains for 3-4 hours.
About half of the accepted dose of Adaptol binds to erythrocytes, the rest of the fraction is in a free state and causes pharmacological effects of the drug.
This tranquilizer does not accumulate in the body, nor does it undergo metabolic processes.
Most (55-70%) of the drug is excreted by renal excretion.
Indications for use
- Neuroses, as well as neurosis-like states of various genesis, manifested by emotional instability, fear, anxiety and irritability.
- Improve the tolerability of pharmacotherapy with other tranquilizers and neuroleptics.
- Cessation of symptoms of nicotine abstinence.
Dosing and Administration
Adaptol in tableted form is ingested 500 mg (1 tablet) 2-3 times a day, depending on the severity of clinical symptoms. At the same time, the course of therapy can be as long as several days, and several months.
As an agent that can reduce symptoms of withdrawal, Adaptol takes 500-1000 mg (1-2 tablets) three times a day, the course of treatment is several weeks.
- Hypersensitivity to the active ingredient and other components of the drug.
- The period of breastfeeding.
Even with repeated exceeding of the dose, the drug under clinical trial conditions was determined to be of low toxicity, since no cases of severe poisoning were recorded. Sometimes there may be complaints of severe weakness, low blood pressure, and dizziness.
If there is a suspicion of an overdose, the patient is hospitalized in a medical institution where gastric lavage is performed, as well as symptomatic therapy.
Interaction with other drugs
Adaptol can be used in combination therapy with other tranquilizers, neuroleptics, psychostimulants and antidepressants.
Application in pregnancy and lactation
They are rarely registered. Sometimes, symptoms such as lowering blood pressure, allergic reactions, dizziness, bronchospasm, weakness, hypothermia are possible.
Sometimes, when using Adaptol, body temperature may drop below normal. In this case, stop taking the drug should not be, this reaction after a few days passes without the use of specific treatment.
Adaption or dependence on Adaptol does not develop.
During therapy, work should be avoided, which requires increased concentration of attention (driving a car, working with dangerous mechanisms).
The drug is sold in the pharmacy only if there is a prescription from the treating doctor.
Analogues of Adaptol
Analogs for the active ingredient:
Mebiks, Mebikar, Mebikar-Tatkhimpharm
Analogs for ATC code 4-th level:
Elzepam, Anvifen, Afobazol, Phenazepam, Phenibut, Stresam, Noofen, Tenoten
Prices for Adaptol
Adaptol tablets 500 mg, 20 pcs. - from 480r.