diseases of the nervous system, relieving psychoemotional stress, aggression, to improve mood, improve performance; neuroses and neurosis-like States; neuroinfection and its consequences; traumatic brain injuries; encephalopathy of various origins; ischemic stroke; stroke; in the complex therapy of alcoholism; vegetative vascular dystonia;
Glicised №50 Composition
active substance: glycine;
1 tablet contains glycine in terms of 100% substance, 100 mg;
excipients: dispersion of ammonium – methacrylate copolymer, montan glycol wax, povidone, calcium stearate.
Glicised №50 Dosage form
Basic physical and chemical properties: tablets of almost white or white color with a cream shade, round in shape with a flat surface with a bevel. The surface of the tablets can be marbled.
Pharmacotherapeutic group. Drugs affecting the nervous system.
ATX code N07X X.
Glycine is a nonessential amino acid (natural metabolite), is a neurotransmitter of an inhibitory type of action and a regulator of metabolic processes of the central nervous system, reduces psycho-emotional stress, increases mental performance, has a neuroprotective, anti-stress, sedative effect, improves brain metabolism, normalizes sleep, reduces the toxic effect of alcohol … Not addictive.
Easily penetrates into most biological fluids and body tissues, including the brain. It is rapidly destroyed in the liver by glycine oxidase, breaking down into water and carbon dioxide. The accumulation of glycine in the tissues does not occur.
Functional and organic diseases of the nervous system (neuroses, neurosis-like states, vegetative-vascular dystonia, the consequences of neuroinfection, traumatic brain injury, perinatal and other forms of encephalopathy, including alcoholic genesis), accompanied by increased excitability, emotional instability, decreased mental performance, impairment sleep.
Ischemic stroke and cerebrovascular accident.
As an adjunct in the treatment of alcoholism.
Glicised №50 Contraindications
Individual intolerance to the drug and hypersensitivity to its individual components; arterial hypotension. Children under 3 years old.