Sedariston capsules are used to treat nervous anxiety and sleep disorders due to nervous arousal.
Composition and form of release
It is produced in the form of capsules for oral administration. The composition of the drug includes Hyperici herba and Rhizoma cum radiicibus Valerianae.
Pharmacological properties Sedariston
The preparation contains plant extracts with antispasmodic and sedative effects, its intake improves mood and facilitates falling asleep, which makes it possible to use it in the treatment of psychovegetative disorders.
The extract of St. John’s wort contains substances that have a positive effect on the central and autonomic nervous systems. The components of St. John’s wort quickly improve mood and eliminate apathy associated with malaise, decreased appetite and insomnia.
Biologically active substances contained in the roots of valerian reduce the excitation of the central nervous system, enhance the effects of taking sedatives and hypnotics.
It is used in the therapy of nervous excitement, increased irritability, deterioration in concentration. Taking capsules is indicated for severe emotional stress, pathological fatigue, climacteric syndrome and other functional disorders in the nervous system. It is used in the treatment of vegetative dystonia associated with the development of disorders in the work of the cardiovascular, digestive and nervous systems.
It is not used for intolerance to the ingredients of the drug, hypersensitivity to ultraviolet radiation, severe forms of depressive disorders, as well as other disorders accompanied by a decrease in blood pressure and depression of the central nervous system.
Application during pregnancy and lactation
Sedariston is not used during pregnancy and lactation, as there is no reliable information on the safety and effectiveness of its use for this category of patients.
Method of administration and dosage
Children over 12 years of age and adults take four capsules four times a day or two capsules twice a day. Capsules should be taken before meals with plenty of fluids.
The duration of treatment is determined individually and varies from 10 to 14 days and can be increased by the decision of the doctor.
When treating sleep disorders, the last time the drug must be taken before going to bed.
When taking the drug in high doses, the patient may develop symptoms of acute poisoning, manifested by a feeling of bitterness in the mouth, pain in the liver, increased agitation, headaches, dizziness, increased drowsiness, general weakness, decreased hearing acuity, and visual impairment.
To normalize the condition, the patient is prescribed gastric lavage, the intake of enterosorbent drugs and symptomatic treatment.
In some patients, taking the drug may be accompanied by the development of dizziness, dyspeptic disorders, allergic reactions, emotional depression, decreased performance and the appearance of rapid fatigue and anxiety.
Storage conditions and periods
Sedariston can be stored in its original packaging in dark places at temperatures not exceeding 25 degrees. The storage period of the product is 2 years.