Epilim Chrono Weight Gain Side Effects (500 mg, 300mg, 200mg Tablets)

Epilim Chrono

Epilim Chrono is basically Sodium valproate. This medicine comes in 500 mg, 300 mg and 200 mg. Its is widely used mood stabilizer. Epilim Chrono contains Sodium valproate which stabilizes electrical activity in human brain. Epilim Chrono is used to treat:

  • Epilepsy 
  • Panic attack
  • Anxiety disorder 
  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Epilim Chrono should not be used by women during pregnancy as it can cause birth defects.

Epilim Chrono Weight Gain Tablets

Epilim Chrono tablet's major side effect is weight gain. That why some people try to use it as a weight gain tablet. betterhealthfacts.com strongly suggest you to use these tablets only after consulting a doctor.

Epilim Chrono Side Effects

Epilim Chrono is known for its side effects from past few years. Some of its common side effects are
Tiredness
Sedation
Gastrointestinal Disturbances
Tremor
Reversible Hair Loss

Myolastan Tetrazepam Side Effects (50 mg)

Myolastan is basically Tetrazepam which is also marketed under various other names such as Clinoxan, Epsipam. It is a derivative of benzodiazepine. Properties of Myolastan include following :
  • Anxiolytic
  • AntiConvulsant
  • Hypnotic
  • Muscle relaxant

Myolastan 50 mg

Myolastan 50 mg is one of the most sold medicines for the properties mentioned above. It is used widely in european countries for following medical conditions.
  • Panic attacks
  • Muscle Spasm
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Depression
But currently people are facing various side effects due to this medicine.

Myolastan Side Effects

Myolastan Side Effects include Sedative Effect. Its marketing is suspended by European Union during April 2013. Myolastan is also found allergic to skin in some cases.


Trypophobia Test, Causes, Cure and Treatment

Trypophobia
Trypophobia

Trypophobia is a relatively new term in medical science. It came into existence in year 2005. Trypo is a greek term (just like other scientific words), which means "drilling or boring holes". A research by Arnold Wilkins and Geoff Cole described it as a mental disorder. Most of the doctors don't believe that there is any such disease. They believe Trypophobia is just a fear from beehives and antholes which result in people assuming that such structures are present on their skin. Research is still going on to find if Trypophobia is a real disease or not.

Trypophobia Test

Some people often search for "Trypophobia Test" on google to find if there is any test available to diagnose Trypophobia disease. As Trypophobia is not a recognized mental disorder by psychologists

Trypophobia Causes

Trypophobia is fear of clustered holes. Which means if you are over fearful of clustered holes then there are chances that at some time you might feel that you are suffering from Trypophobia. There is no other specific cause of Trypophobia.

Trypophobia Treatment

Trypophobia is not a recognised disease, so there is no specific treatment or medicine. Some people believe that behavioral therapy can be helpful in this disease. The fear of holes just need to be removed from subconscious mind.

 
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