Sulbutiamine review

Sulbutiamine is a drug that is mostly indicated for the treatment of Asthenia or loss of physical strength. It is also found useful by athletes and exercise enthusiasts as a reliable fatigue buster. Sulbutiamine can be obtained with or without prescription. Its over-the-counter sale encouraged a lot of people to use it as a nutritional supplement.

Aside from its benefits in reducing fatigue, Sulbutiamine has also been found to improve memory difficulties. It also has effects in intellectual tiredness. As such, Sulbutiamine is also used in schizophrenic and Parkinson’s disease patients. Several tests and researches have shown that Sulbutiamine has sufficient effects in cognition. That is where the use of it in psychiatric conditions mentioned above was based. Sulbutiamine improves memory amazingly and has been, since then, used by patients to improve their quality of life through a revitalized brain function.

As with any kind of drug, the use of Sulbutiamine must be supported by medical advice. If you intend to use it for anything other than reducing fatigue and you want to be completely safe with it, consult a doctor about the probable effects of its use. Discuss allergies, medical history, and current drug intake with your doctor. This will give him the best idea on how to prescribe the drug in your case. Medication therapies are different with every patient. You cannot use another person’s prescriptions even if you have the similar symptoms.

In case of over-the-counter drugs like Sulbutiamine, you have the freedom to take it anytime you want. But still, you need to be careful.

Sulbutiamine is available in tablet form of different strengths. The dosage recommendation is 12.5mg per body kilogram. There are other brands, however, that advice the use of not more than 600mg of Sulbutiamine a day. Since this is an over-the-counter drug, you only base on dosage recommendation found at the back of the label. If you want to get specific advice, consult a medical professional.

Take Sulbutiamine regularly as advised. Never take more than you should per day. Overdose is dangerous even for such a non-prescription drug as Sulbutiamine.

Every drug has certain side effects attached to them. In case of Sulbutiamine, however, such symptoms are not clearly established. For the most part, Sulbutiamine’s side effects are found to be mild and tolerable. They do not come in like others as serious, which cause for alarm. The most that you can get from taking Sulbutiamine is experiencing agitation and skin rash. If either of the two becomes persistent, that’s the time that you must consult a doctor. The skin rash side effect may be due to allergy to the drug. If you experience skin rash with breathing difficulty, you may need to stop taking the drug for you might be allergic to it and its components.

It is important that you become vigilant in terms of the side effects that may take place along with the use of the drug. Recognizing the symptoms earlier will give you a better chance at recovering from them sooner.

Sulbutiamine has the following structural formula:

Chemical structure of sulbutiamine

• Molecular formula of sulbutiamine is C32H46N8O6S2
• Chemical IUPAC Name is [4-[(4-amino-2-methyl-pyrimidin-5-yl)methyl-formyl-amino]-3-[2-[(4-amino-2-methyl- pyrimidin-5-yl)methyl-formyl-amino]-5-(2-methylpropanoyloxy)pent-2-en-3-yl]disulfanyl- pent-3-enyl] 2-methylpropanoate
• Molecular weight is 702.89 g/mol
Sulbutiamine available : 200mg pills

Brand name(s): Arcalion

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