Monday, December 16, 2019

Oramel Drops Normalize Sleep Cycle in Infants and Kids

Oramel (melatonin) oral drops are specially formulated to normalize the sleep cycle in both infant and the elderly. It's natural and safe to use in children.

Melatonin drops help children and kids to sleep. Oramel drops contain melatonin, a hormone produces in the brain by the pineal gland from the amino acid tryptophan. 


Melatonin is responsible for a good sleep or asleep.

Melatonin Oral Drops for Kids

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Oramel (Melatonin) Oral Drops
This sleeping hormone naturally produces in our body at night due to darkness. It's also known as circadian rhythm (the internal body clock) and regulations of the diverse functions in our body.

Its level became at the highest level during bedtime or when you're going to sleep.


Composition:

Each 1ml ORAMEL DROP contains the following ingredient;
 

Melatonin (B.P) .............................. 2MG

(B.P* Specifications)
* specifications taken from British Pharmacopier.
 

Dosage

Melatonin drops are safe for both children and the elderly. For children;
 

below 1 year, it is suggested to give 5 drops a day.
 

from 1 to 3 years, you may give 7 drops a day
 

for 3 years or above, you may give 10 drops to your baby at night.
 

The Oramel drop dosage may be given 30 to 40 minutes before bedtime. It may be given 
directly or with water, juices or milk.
 


Oramel (melatonin) Drops  Indications

 It is indicated for the following problems related to sleep;
  • Circadian Rhythm  
  • Insomnia 
  • Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome (DSPS)
  • For Sedation 
  • Seizure Disorder 
  • Sleep Disorder in Children 
  • For Surgery: it may be taken with painkiller tablets as anesthesia. 
  • For Inflammation or Respiratory Distress Syndrome in newborn babies

Side Effects and Warning Signs of Sleeping Hormone Drops

 Although, Oramel (Melatonin) drops are highly tolerated by the human body. But in some cases, it may also show some common side effects.
 

Every individual responds differently to any drug that enters his body. Consult your doctor before giving this medicine to your kids or babies.
 

This sleeping hormone is not suitable in the following conditions;
  • Children with clotting or bleeding disorders 
  • Heart Disease 
  • Liver Disorder 
  • Hyperactivity 
  • Stomach or Intestinal Problems 
  • Genital or Urinary Disorder (children with a history of bedwetting) 
  • Hormonal Disorders etc.

Interactions with Other Drugs

This sleeping hormone drop (oramel) may increase the drowsiness caused by other benzodiazepines, i.e, Lorazepam, Diazepam, Bromazepam, Clonazepam, etc. Melatonin drops are highly contraindicated for people with a history of blood clotting problems.

Zeeshan

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Zeeshan is professional blogger who provide information about Prescription drugs and their Indications, Side effects, Interactions, Dosage information online on medi-cin.blogspot.com.

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