Where To Buy Singulair 10 mg, 5 mg, 4 mg (Montelukast) Without Prescription
- 1 What is Singulair?
- 2 What is it used for?
- 3 How is Singulair used for?
- 4 Dosage
- 5 Side effects
- 6 Pregnancy/ Driving Ability/Alcohol
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What is Singulair?
In Singulair active ingredient Montelukast. This is a drug that inhibits the action of Leukotrienes. Leukotrienes are hormone-like substances in the body which, once you get to specific allergens (substances to which you are allergic) in contact, and that the Airways become inflamed and narrow. Since Singulair reversing this effect, be prevented symptoms, such as tightness of the chest, shortness of breath, and cough or reduces.
What is it used for?
Singulair can be used in respiratory diseases and related allergic reactions. It is prescribed by Doctors in Asthma and hay fever. Singulair can be used to reduce existing pain and to prevent as well as to panic attacks, which can occur for example during sports or other forms of tension.
How is Singulair used for?
Singulair must be taken before going to sleep. The tablet should be used with a little water. The tablet is surrounded by a special layer. In order to prevent that the layer is damaged, it should not be chewed the tablet. Singulair has a preventive effect and must be taken, therefore, continuously. This also applies if the complaints for a while subside.
Unless otherwise prescribed by your doctor, the usual dose is as follows:
- Adults and children over 15 years: 1 Times a day 1 tablet of a 10mg before bedtime.
The doctor prescribed the intake period. If the intake of Singulair, you should omit the next dose and the next day, the usual intake procedure be continued.
The use of Singulair may cause side effects. However, not everyone is affected by it. The most commonly reported side effects include:
- Infections (mold or bacteria) in nasal and/or pharyngeal cavity
- Gastrointestinal complaints such as abdominal pain, malaise, vomiting, or diarrhea; however, These are only of short duration;
- Dizziness, Drowsiness
Read the leaflet for further information, warnings, or contraindications (when taking a variety of medications)
Pregnancy/ Driving Ability/Alcohol
In the case of a pregnancy the medicines should be used exclusively after the consultation with the doctor. We recommend not to use Singulair while breastfeeding – unless it is prescribed by the doctor otherwise. Within the first few days after application of the drug symptoms, such as dizziness and drowsiness can occur. In this case it is advised against on the road, will participate. Alcohol can increase side effects such as dizziness. Limit or stop your consumption of alcohol, if side effects occur.