The active ingredient in Betavert is betahistine which helps with the treatment of fluids diseases caused by an imbalance of fluids in the ears and diseases like ringing in the ears also known as tinnitus, dizziness due to vertigo, impaired hearing, and Meniere's disease.
How does it work?
The medications help you improve the blood flow in the inner ear and reduces the pressure there. . It works by generating proper blood flow in the inner ear which results in reducing the pressure of excess amount of fluid present there. The disease where the excess amount of fluid sends signals to the brain that causes nausea or vomiting, blurry vision or dizziness, and spinning sensations. These are all the common symptoms of Ménière's disease. It contains betahistine which is an anti-vertigo, an active compound, which helps patients with hearing imbalance. The medication prevents the nerve signals from reaching the brain causing a relaxation from the symptoms of the disease.
Swallow the tablet with water. Do not chew or break it. Take it as a whole. The starting dose for adults is one to two 8mg or a half to one 16mg tablet three times a day. The dose is usually in the range of 24-48 mg daily. Always consult your physician and pharmacist before the intake. If you have missed a dose, take it as soon as possible but if it's time for the next scheduled dose, do not overdose on the medicines. It will be more effective if you take this medicine regularly as prescribed so try not to miss doses. The time taken for your health improvement might prolong for a couple of weeks. Do not stop the medication without the physician's consultation as it might result in very serious side effects.
*Inform your doctor if you have a history of stomach ulcers, asthmatic tendencies, or low blood pressure. There might be a possibility of an alternative way of medication.
The medicines should be placed at room temperature and under any circumstances, they should not come in direct contact with sunlight, heat, and moisture.
* Keep the medicine away from children and pets.
2.) Occasional blurry vision
3.) Gastric issues or indigestion
4.) Nausea or vomiting
1.)Rashes or other skin infections
2.)Severe abdominal pain
Warning and Precautions
1.) Stop taking this medicine if you are pregnant. Take steps under the supervision of a doctor.
2.) Avoid this drug is you are breastfeeding. Always consult a doctor with regards to your current and past health records.
3.)Do not drive immediately after the medication. The blurry vision resulted from the tablet can be risky.
4.)Consumption of alcohol is not advised if you are taking this medicine. Keep your doctor in the loop.
5.) Not recommend to people with Liver disorders.
6.) Not recommend to people having Asthmatic tendencies and other pulmonary disorders.
7.) This medicine is antihistamine and it reacts with other medicine. Do not take this medicine with other drugs without doctor's advice.