Belloid is a combination drug that has a sedative effect on the body.
Release form and composition
Make dragee Belloid, the main active components of which are:
- Ergotaxin - 0.3 mg;
- Belladonna extract - 0.1 mg;
- Ethylbutyric acid - 0.03 g.
In packs of 50 pieces.
Indications for use
According to the instructions, Belloid is shown when:
- Neurosis and neurotic conditions accompanied by tachycardia, increased sweating, insomnia and other autonomic disorders;
- Bronchial asthma;
- Meniere's disease;
- Angiospastic disorders;
- Vegeto-vascular disorders on the background of hormonal imbalance;
- Autonomic disorders of central genesis;
- Increased sweating (hyperhidrosis);
- Vegetative dystonia;
- Increased irritability;
- Various neurogenic disorders resulting from irregular menstruation.
According to the instructions, Belloid is contraindicated in:
- Angle-closure glaucoma;
- Prostatic hypertrophy;
- Hypersensitivity to one or more components of the drug;
- The third trimester of pregnancy (there is evidence that Belloid can cause uterine bleeding).
Dosing and Administration
Dragee Belloid is intended for internal use. Patients, as a rule, the drug is prescribed in a dose of 1-2 pieces. three times a day. A week after starting the use of Belloid, it is recommended to take a four-day break.
The duration of therapy is determined individually by the attending physician. He also develops a regimen of medication taking into account the severity of symptoms and the effectiveness of therapy.
If the patient does not tolerate treatment with Belloid, it is necessary to contact your doctor for alternative therapy.
The use of Belloid can cause the following side effects:
- Dry mouth;
- Increased intraocular pressure;
- Hyperemia of the skin;
- Accommodation paresis;
All of the above side effects of Belloid can manifest as a result of long-term treatment and, after cessation of therapy, usually disappear.
In the case of overdosing of Belloid, the patient may develop the following symptoms:
- Redness of the face;
- Overexcitation of the central nervous system;
- Pupil dilation;
- Accommodation disturbance;
An overdose of Belloid is treated the same way as an overdose of barbiturates and atropine.
Before you start taking a sedative drug is recommended to consult with your doctor.
During the use of Belloid, patients should not be operated by potentially dangerous mechanisms that require increased concentration of attention, including automotive means.
According to the instructions, Belloid is able to activate the induction of microsomal liver enzymes, so it can affect the effectiveness of the glucocorticosteroids, oral contraceptives and anticoagulants.
Alcohol should not be consumed during Belloid therapy.
At present, there are no structural analogues of Belloid.
If necessary, the doctor can pick up a drug with a similar pharmacological action.
Terms and conditions of storage
Belloid refers to the list of drugs B, from pharmacies sold in the presence of a prescription. Store sedatives should be in a dry, dark place inaccessible to children, not longer than 3 years from the date of issue.