Teraligen — balanced medication for autonomic disorders

Teraligen (alimemazine) 1-19 – reduces or completely eliminates manifestations of somatoform, as well as behavioral, and anxiety–depressive disorders, due to its influence on multiple receptors of the central and peripheral nervous systems (multimodal mechanism of action).

Teraligen has quickly gained popularity and secured solid positions both in adult and child therapy of various diseases and disorders, primarily in psychoneurology, surgery, anesthesiology and dermatology owing to a number of pharmacological properties of fundamental clinical importance and its multimodal mechanism of action. Alimemazine has a rich and diverse clinical research base, as well as global application experience..

The drug has proven effective in treating:

  • Teraligen is effective for somatoform disorders (somatic symptom disorder) treatment;
  • anxiety-depressive, behavioral disorders, stress manifestations, psychic tension, neurosis, anxiety, fear (phobias of various origins), hysteria, hypochondria, etc.;
  • sleep disorders, circadian dysregulation, disturbed sleep architectonics. Teraligen acts as a hypnotic (it has a sedative and hypnotic effect);
  • allergic reactions of different origin and localization (respiratory tract, skin). Teraligen has an antihistamine effect and antiallergic agent properties;
  • abdominal spasms and pain, discomfort in the gastrointestinal tract and other internal organs. Teraligen can be applied in complex therapy of functional illnesses;
  • decreases fluctuations in blood pressure, heart rhythm disturbances, pain, spasms in the chest. Teraligen contributes to the successful treatment of cardiovascular diseases as attendant agent;
  • cases of vomiting and coughing. Teraligen has an antitussive and antiemetic effect (affects the cough and vomiting center of the brain);
  • muscle spasms, tension and excess contractions, tremor (trembling) of limbs or trunk. Teraligen has antiparkinsonic, spasmolytic effect.

The drug is indicated for adults, the elderly and children from 3 years of age (for a number of indications); available in three dosage forms: 5 mg tablets, retard 20 mg and intramuscular solution - 5 mg/ml.

Teraligen can be easily and safely combined with various drugs and treatment methods due to its low risk of drug-drug interactions. High efficiency and favorable safety profile allow different specialists to widely use the drug in their therapeutic practice.

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