Yellow Excimer Drug?
I am using Excimer medicine, it’s already addictive, almost every day I take the drug.
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The medicine you mentioned contains an active ingredient chlorpromazine. This drug is an antipsychotic that works by blocking the action of dopamine in the brain so that it can reduce the symptoms of psychosis. This drug is normally used in people with schizophrenia, psychotic disorders, bipolar disorder, severe behavioral disorders in children, and so on. Or, chlorpromazine is given to reduce nausea, vomiting, reduce excessive anxiety, and also stop prolonged hiccups.
Chlorpromazine when taken properly, according to the right medical indications, and under the supervision of a doctor, is not really dangerous. This drug is also very rarely cause addiction, although this is not impossible. Excessive consumption of chlorpromazine can trigger a variety of side effects, ranging from excessive bladder feeling, dizziness, dry mouth, visual disturbances, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, constipation, difficulty sleeping, and extra pyramidal symptoms, for example anxiety, restlessness, easily startled, increased saliva production, difficulty swallowing, tremors, stiffness and muscle cramps, and various other complaints. Chances are, your current complaint has something to do with this side effect.
In addition, headaches that you feel can actually arise due to other causes, which are not always related to the drugs you are taking, for example due to migraines, cluster headaches, sinusitis, viral or bacterial infections, brain tumors, cerebral aneurysms, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, hormonal changes approaching menstruation, stress, and so on.
You need to go directly to your doctor so you can find out exactly what triggers your headache. In general, the doctor will prescribe some pain relievers first to deal with your complaint. If it is true that your complaint is related to the drugs you are taking, you may also be referred to a psychiatric specialist (psychiatrist) to get treatment related to the drug addiction you are experiencing.
As an initial treatment, in order to reduce headaches and drug addiction that you are experiencing, you should do the following:
Reduce headaches by taking paracetamol first, sleeping 6 to 8 hours a day, eating more regularly, staying away from stress, and getting more exercise
Divert your addiction by keeping yourself busy in positive activities, for example exercising, socializing with the community, doing hobbies, taking vacations, and so on.
Choose a good social environment, which can help you develop your potential into a proud achievement
Don't smoke or consume alcohol
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah