Anti Convulsants are a diverse group of pharmacological medicines that are used in the treatment of Epileptic Seizures. An abrupt, uncontrolled disruption in the brain is referred to as a seizure. Your actions, motion, emotions, feelings, and consciousness levels may change as a result. Epilepsy is typically defined as having two or more unprovoked seizures that occur past 24 hours.
These medicines are also increasingly being used in the treatment of Bipolar Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, and Neuropathic pain....
Many anti Convulsant medicines are recommended as mood stabilizers to cure or prevent mood episodes in Bipolar Disorder. Initially, this group of medicines was prescribed alone by the doctors. Still, later on, combining these with Lithium or an anti-psychotic medicine helps in the treatment of Mania.
How can anti Convulsants work?
Anti Convulsants work by relaxing hyperactivity in the brain in multiple ways. This is one reason for the use of anti Convulsants in treating Epilepsy, Migraine prevention, and treating other brain disorders.
In general, anti Convulsants alone are usually used in the treatment of Bipolar disorder, including:-
- Carbamazepine (Tegretol)
- Divalproex sodium, Valproic acid, or Valproate sodium ( Depakote, Depakene )
- Lamotrigine (Lamictal)
Every anti Convulsant acts on the brain in different ways; therefore, the experience of every patient differs from one another. However, these drugs are at maximal effectiveness after taking them for several weeks.
During the treatment with an anti Convulsant, the doctor may ask you to go for occasional blood tests to monitor your health. This may also be because some anti Convulsant causes damage to the liver, kidney, or platelet composition. Usually, the medicine does not have many side effects, but the most common ones are:-
- Weight gain
At DrRX Pharmacy, we have multiple ranges of anti Convulsant medicines that can help people deal with disorders. The treatments are also available in various strengths so that the patients can consume them as the doctor recommends.
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