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Risnia 4 mg
Risnia is an antipsychotic drug used for the treatment of schizophrenia in adults and children who are above 13 years of age. It contains the active ingredient Risperidone, which effectively treats symptoms of bipolar disorders. The medicine can also be given to children with irritability symptoms who suffers from autism. Risperidone is believed to restore the balance of certain chemical messengers in the brain which slowly reduces the symptoms of psychotic disorders.
Clinical Uses of Risnia 4 mg
Risniais a mouth dissolving tablet that treats mood disorders such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and irritability associated with autistic disorder. The active ingredient of the medicine Risperidone helps you to think clearly and allow you to take part in everyday life by restoring the balance of certain natural chemicals in the brain.
Risnia 4 mg tablets come in the form of disintegrating tablets which can be taken in combination with other medications for your treatment. The dosage will be decided by the physician and be sure to follow his/her instructions on how to take the medicine. You can take the medicine without regards to food. Put the tablet in your tongue and allow it to dissolve properly instead of chewing. You can consume some water to help you swallow the dissolved tablet. Try not to miss the dose or take more than the recommended amount. Carefully follow all the instructions given by your physician. In case of doubt, speak to your physician.
Possible Side Effects
The side effects associated with the use of Risperidone disintegrated tablet include headache, nausea, weight gain, a feeling of restlessness, light-headedness, drooling, and drowsiness. These mild symptoms would normally disappear within a few days, but if you are reportedly having persistent troublesome issues, immediate consultation with your physician is required. The side effects that require immediate medical attention include:
- Uncontrolled movement of the muscles o the face like tongue movement, lip smacking, and frowning
- High fever, tremors, uneven heartbeats
- Swelling or tenderness of the breast or missed periods in women
- painful erection in men
- feeling thirsty more often
- Increased appetite
- Increased urination