Parkinson’s Disease: What do you need to know?
The progressive loss or death of specific nerve cells in the brain is what causes Parkinson’s disease. This causes a decrease in dopamine levels in the brain. When dopamine levels drop, abnormal brain activity occurs, resulting in various Parkinson’s disease symptoms. Parkinson’s disease is a nervous disorder that has an affects on your movement. Parkinson’s disease usually begins in middle or later life and rises with age. Typically, people develop the illness around their sixties or after. Males have more chances of being affected by Parkinson’s disease than females.
Symptoms of Parkinson’s disease may differ from person to person. However, symptoms frequently start on one side of the body and are usually connected to movement. For example, tremor (involuntary shaking of specific sections of the body, usually beginning in a limb) is the most common sign of Parkinson’s disease, which gets worse while resting, rigidity (muscle stiffness), and bradykinesia (physical movements become slow). Depression, daytime drowsiness, difficulty in swallowing, and speech difficulties are some other examples of nonsyndromic symptoms that don’t have anything to do with movement.
Anti-Parkinson tablets and their uses
Parkinsons can be caused by aging or diseases such as Parkinson’s disease itself or Multiple Sclerosis. The treatment options for Parkinson’s disease include medication and surgery. Parkinson’s disease can be treated with medication such as Levodopa or Anti-Parkinson tablets to help alleviate symptoms by increasing dopamine levels in the system. These medications act by correcting abnormal levels of this neurotransmitter in order to produce more mobility and fewer tremors in patients’ limbs. These tablets can be used alone or in combination with other medications for better efficacy against Parkinson’s disease symptoms, e.g., levodopa-carbidopa combination. Some people with Parkinson’s also take anti-Parkinsonian agents like amantadine, selegiline, bromocriptine, Monoamine oxidase-B (MAO-B), and Antimuscarinics.
Pharmapk is committed to producing high-quality chemicals. We clearly know how critical it is to maintain our high standards, which are the foundation upon which all of your success as an entrepreneur or business owner depends on! That is why Pharmak has put tremendous effort into making sure each batch leaves this facility meets up with everything you need from us so that we may provide excellent product Line extensions, including Anti-Parkinson tablets. Anti-Parker tablets are used for the treatment of Parkinsonism but carry side effects such as sleepiness, nausea, constipation, and hallucinations.”
Anti-Parkinson tablets: Side effects, risks involved, and overdose
Anti-Parker tablets are used for the treatment of Parkinson’s but carry side effects such as sleepiness, nausea, constipation and hallucinations, Vomiting, Lightheadedness, Drowsiness, Involuntary movements, Gastro-intestinal disturbances, Anorexia, Dry month, Palpitation, Lethargy, Dizziness, Purple mottling of the skin, and ankle swelling. The risk involved is that an individual may experience adverse reactions due to taking these tablets, including difficulty breathing, confusion, and low blood pressure.
When someone takes too much of their medication, it can be fatal. The number of cases has been increased where people have died from taking too many anti-Parkinson tablets. The FDA is advising doctors to prescribe smaller doses and monitor patients more closely to avoid overdose incidents. Dealers are faced with this dilemma on a daily basis when they’re trying to get rid of old stocks by giving them away or selling them at discount prices, especially if they know the customer well enough because these customers are often elderly or other vulnerable populations who will not seek medical attention should something go wrong.
Dosage form and strength of antiparkinson tablets
- 10mg/100mg disintegrating tablets, these tablets contain 10mg Levodopa and 100 mg carbidopa per tablet.
- 25mg/100mg disintegrating tablets, these tablets contain 25mg Levodopa and 100 mg carbidopa per tablet.
- 25mg/250mg disintegrating tablets, these tablets contain 25mg Levodopa and 250 mg carbidopa per tablet.
- 10mg/100mg oral tablets, these tablets contain 10mg Levodopa and 100 mg carbidopa per tablet.
- 25mg/100mg oral tablets, these tablets contain 25mg Levodopa and 100 mg carbidopa per tablet.
- 25mg/250mg oral tablets, these tablets contain 25mg Levodopa and 250 mg carbidopa per tablet.
- 25mg/100mg Extended-release tablets, these tablets contain 25mg Levodopa and 100 mg carbidopa per tablet.
- 50mg/200mg Extended-release tablets, these tablets contain 50mg Levodopa and 200 mg carbidopa per tablet.
- 129mg extended-release tablets contain 129mg selegiline per tablet.
- 193mg extended-release tablets contain 193mg selegiline per tablet.
- 258mg extended-release tablets contain 258mg selegiline per tablet.
- 100mg immediate release tablets contain 100mg selegiline per tablet.