Depression is treated with trazadone. Trazodone belongs to the group of drugs known as serotonin modulators. It functions by raising the brain's natural chemical serotonin levels, which support mental equilibrium.
Trazodone is available as an oral tablet. The tablet is often taken two or more times per day with a meal or light snack. Take your trazodone at around the same time(s) every day to help you remember to take it. Ask your doctor or pharmacist to explain any instructions on your prescription label that you are unsure about following. Pursue trazodone dosage as prescribed. Never take it in larger or less amounts, more frequently, or for a longer period of time than your doctor has instructed.
Take the tablets whole or split in half where the score mark is located.
Trazodone is available as an oral tablet. Typically, the pill is taken with
A medication guide ought to be included with this medication. Please carefully read and adhere to these guidelines. If you have any inquiries, speak with your physician or pharmacist.
Take the standard tablet with or shortly after a meal or light snack to lessen stomach discomfort and to lessen dizziness and lightheadedness.
Take the extended-release tablet without meals at the same time every day, ideally before bed.
The tablet can be broken along the score line and given as a half tablet or consumed whole. Unless your doctor instructs you to break the tablet, do not. Never chew or shatter the tablet.
- changes in appetite or weight
- weakness or tiredness
- dizziness or lightheadedness
- muscle pain
- dry mouth
Please consult your doctor/physician/specialist before taking any healthcare products. In case of allergic reaction to the medicines/substance, please take immediate medical help.