BENCODOX PG TABLETS

Pregabalin Nortriptyline Methylcobalamin Tabs.

INFORMATION ABOUT BENCODOX PG TABLETS

Pregabalin Nortriptyline Methylcobalamin Tabs.

 

COMPOSITIONFORMPACK
Pregabalin-75mg, Nortriptyline-10mg, Methylcobalamin-1500mcgTablets10X10 Alu Alu

DESCRIPTION:
Pregabalin Nortriptyline Methylcobalamin Tabs. is most effective when neuropathic pain makes life harder to bear and intolerable.

KEY INDICATIONS:

  • Nerve Injury.
  • Neurological Disorders.
  • Parkinson's Disease.
  • Diabetic Neuropathy.
  • Maligancy.
  • Fibromyalgia.
  • Post Herpetic Neuralgia.
  • Multiple sclerosis.

KEY INGREDIENTS:

Pregabalin

An anticonvulsant with high efficacy of reducing neuropathic pain.Well tolerated medication for neuropathic pain with improving pain related sleep.Effective therapy in relieving central neuropathic pain,improving sleep, anxiety and overall patient status with spinal cord injury .Shows greater potency in pain and seizure disorders.

Nortriptyline

Checks for depression and sleep disorders. Improves anxiety,depression and insomnia. Second generation tricyclic anti-depressant.

Methylcobalamin

Improves sensory and motor conduction velocity. Reduces neuropathic symptoms and cramping ,restores diminished or absent reflexes. Methylcobalamin is commonly known as Vitamin B12. It is a dietary supplement that helps in the formation of red blood cells.Our body requires Vitamin B12 to work properly. Not only this, methylcobalamin has larger number of benefits. Firstly, it helps in the formation of red blood cells and therefore preventing anaemia. In other words,deficiency of Vitamin B12 does not allow the body to produce enough red blood cells, thus making you feel tired and weak. Secondly, it can also support bone health and thus preventing Osteoporosis.Thirdly, it eleviates mood and reduces symptoms of depression.Moreover methylcobalamin is also responsible for energy production and boosting our body. The deficiency of Vitamin B12 can leads to pernicious anaemia where you may feel weak, less energy and experience slow thinking.

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