Drug Dosage For Laryngitis?
like this I am being exposed to throat inflammation, receive prescription drugs 3×1 per 8 hours a day with prescriptions 2×1 per 12 hours a day, so I want to ask if I may be a little late 2 hours taking medication with a prescription 12 hours a day, in order to take the last medication for the day together with the recipe per 8 hours per day
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Need to clarify, what medicine do you mean?
The rules for taking drugs are made taking into account many factors, including drug metabolism, the effective dose of the drug, its half-life, its interactions with food or other drugs, and various other factors. Medicines that are recommended for consumption 8 hours a day, if consumed slower can certainly decrease the effectiveness of its work, so your potential for recovery can be not optimal. Consumption of these drugs that are close to or together with other drugs can also cause negative interactions that can potentially cause health problems in your body. Therefore, obey the advice to take medicine as recommended by your doctor. Don't speed it up, don't slow it down either.
Strep throat can occur due to many factors, including viral or bacterial infections, allergies, irritation, excessive use of throat muscles, exposure to dry air, impaired immunity, acid reflux, to malignancy around the throat. Often, this condition is not dangerous, and can improve in less than 1-2 weeks with proper treatment. In order for healing to run more optimally, in addition to taking medication according to doctor's advice, you should also do the following tips:
Drink at least 10 glasses of water per day
Do not smoke
Reduce foods that are too oily, spicy, and contain artificial sweeteners
Expand to eat fruits and vegetables
Do not breathe through the mouth
Don't shout too much
Use a mask over the nose and mouth so that the throat does not conquer dangerous substances
If after the drug runs out your complaints still have not improved, do not hesitate to check back to the doctor or ENT specialist huh ..
I hope this helps.