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          Description


          Bupropion is an oral medication that belongs to antidepressants and is taken by patients to treat depression, because it works improving their mood and feeling of well-being. Its intake also helps users restore the right balance of specific neurotransmitters in the brain. Sometimes, this medicine is taken to treat ADHD or help patients stop smoking by reducing their cravings and other withdrawal effects. It’s possible to take it to prevent seasonal affective disorder, and Bupropion is prescribed with other meds to treat bipolar disorder.

          Guidelines on Its Proper Use

          You need to take Bupropion orally, either with or without meals, and most patients do it 3 times a day. If you suffer from stomach ulcers, it’s advisable to take your regular doses with food, but they should be used at least 6 hours apart to reduce a risk of having seizures. Basically, it’s not allowed to use more than 150 mg of Bupropion as your single dose and more than 450 mg on a daily basis. Your exact dose should be based on your response and medical conditions, and it can be slowly increased to avoid such unwanted side effects as seizures and sleeplessness. To avoid difficulty sleeping, you shouldn’t use this medicine before your bedtime. Regular doses must be reduced gradually to avoid unwanted symptoms, and it takes about 1 month to experience the full benefit of this treatment.

          Possible Bupropion Side Effects

          When taking this medication, some patients may end up with mild side effects, including:

          bullet_ball_blue Vomiting and nausea;
          bullet_ball_blue Headaches and constipation;
          bullet_ball_blue Dry mouth and increased sweating;
          bullet_ball_blue Sore throat and joint pain;
          bullet_ball_blue Dizziness and blurred vision;
          bullet_ball_blue Sudden taste changes and allergies.

          If any of these symptoms get worse, you should call your doctor at once. In very rare cases, patients have the following serious side effects that require immediate medical attention:

          bullet_ball_blue Fainting and angina;
          bullet_ball_blue Hearing problems and ringing in the ears;
          bullet_ball_blue Irregular, fast or pounding heartbeat;
          bullet_ball_blue Sudden mental and mood changes;
          bullet_ball_blue Migraines and uncontrolled movements;
          bullet_ball_blue Unusual weight loss or gain;
          bullet_ball_blue Urine changes and seizures;
          bullet_ball_blue Muscle weakness, tenderness and pain.

          Important Precautions when Using Bupropion

          Before you start this treatment, you should inform your doctor about any possible allergic reactions and other serious health conditions, such as brain tumors, seizures, other conditions that increase a risk of having seizures, eating disorders, like anorexia or bulimia, arteriovenous malformation, alcohol or drug abuse, heart conditions, diabetes, hypertension, liver and kidney problems, psychiatric disorders, suicide attempts or ideas, etc. Moreover, Bupropion shouldn’t be taken together with sedatives and alcoholic beverages, because users may end up with dizziness and seizures. There are other medications that shouldn’t be combined with this treatment because of drug interactions, including MAO inhibitors, nicotine products and so on.

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