Haloperidol 0.25 mg Tablets.
HALOSTEN 0.25 Tablets include Haloperidol which belongs to a group of drugs called ‘antipsychotics’ which is used in the treatment of certain mental/mood disorders such as Schizophrenia or psychosis and Tourette syndrome. Delusions and hallucinations, which involve seeing or hearing things that are not real, are symptoms of schizophrenia (wrong beliefs). These symptoms are treated with Halosten 0.25 tablets. The illness known as tourette syndrome is characterized by uncontrollable repetitive motions or sounds (tics). When alternative therapies or medications have failed to control a child’s hyperactivity, this medicine is also used to treat severe behavioral issues. It is an antipsychotic-type psychiatric drug that works by assisting in the brain’s normal chemical balance adjustments (neurotransmitters).
The dosage of this medication is based on the medical condition of the patient. Take halosten 0.25 tablets by mouth with the glass of water before and after meal or as directed by the doctor. Do not stop taking this medicine. The doctor will decrease the dosage after analyzing the medical condition of the patient. Suddenly stopping this medicine can worsen the condition of the patient.
Before taking Halosten 0.25 Tablets inform your doctor if you have any allergies from haloperidol. This medicine may include other inactive ingredients which may cause other allergic reactions, and explain your medical history to the doctor. Inform your doctor or pharmacist of your medical history before taking this medication, especially of any of the following conditions: a specific severe nervous system disorder (severe CNS depression), Parkinson’s disease, bipolar disorder, difficulty urinating (for instance, due to prostate issues), glaucoma, heart conditions (such as angina), an overactive thyroid (hyperthyroidism), seizures, and low white blood cell count. A heart rhythm disorder could be caused by haloperidol (QT prolongation). Rarely, QT prolongation can result in fast/irregular heartbeat, other symptoms (such extreme dizziness, fainting), and serious (rarely fatal) symptoms. These symptoms require immediate medical intervention.
Most of the side effects do not require any medical attention as your body adjusts with the medication if they persist or stay longer consult your doctor immediately.
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How do Halosten 0.25 Tablets work?
The active ingredient in Halosten 0.25 Tablet 10s is “Haloperidol,” a common antipsychotic medication. Dopamine, a chemical messenger in the brain that influences thoughts and mood, is blocked in order for it to work.
Can I stop taking Halosten 0.25 Tablets on my own?
No, it is not recommended to stop this medication on your own. It may worsen your condition. It could result in withdrawal symptoms like tremors, anxiety, confusion, palpitations (the feeling that your heart missed a beat or beat extra), and anxiety. As a result, take Halosten 0.25 Tablets for the full duration of your doctor’s prescription. If you have any problems taking Halosten 0.25 Tablets, talk to your doctor so that the dosage can be progressively decreased.