How does it work:
Bexol is an anticholinergic medication prescribed to help manage Parkinson's disease, and tension disorders brought about by anti-psychotic drugs like thioxanthenes, buthyropenones and dibenzoxazepines.
It can also be combined with Carpidopa-Levodopa medications which are commonly used to reducing Parkinson's symptoms. It works by controlling neurotransmitter in the brain which helps eliminate symptoms like mental inertia and depression.
Dosage & Administration:
Always following your physician's instructions, and never self-medicate or adjust your dosage without first consulting them. Correct dosage of Bexol will depend on the individual patient and the precise condition being treated.
You will normally be prescribed a low dose which will be gradually increased until the optimum safe dosage is found. A normal dose to start on is 1mg taken twice a day, which is increased depending on the patients progress and any side effects suffered. Dosing is usually done either just before or after meals.
Elderly patients will usually require a lower dosage.
Never suddenly and abruptly stop taking Bexol. If you wish to stop taking it, consult your physician for further advice.
Before you begin using Bexol, tell your physician if you have any allergies, kidney disease, liver disease, heart disease, epilepsy, and depression, or if you are taking any other medication including off-the-shelf medication, supplements and vitamins.