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Remeron is an antidepressant which is widely used in medicine for the treatment of depression and suicidal tendencies. An improvement has been observed in patients in about 1-2 weeks after the start of the drug application. Doctors prescribe it in clinics for the treatment of particularly difficult patients, outside the clinic the drug is administered in smaller doses.
Remeron is prescribed to the people with the psychomotor inhibition, insomnia, loss of interest in life, suicidal tendencies and mood lability.
The drug is not recommended to patients with the liver, heart diseases, brain damage, epilepsy and diabetes. Also, the drug is not prescribed to pregnant women and nursing mothers.
It is recommended to consult with a physician before the drug taking, as with incorrect doses it can cause drowsiness, insomnia, bad mood, anxiety, and apathy. We offer to purchase cheap Remeron online no Rx in our pharmacy.
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Remeron is antidepressant, the most effective in the treatment of such clinical symptoms, as anhedonia, an oppression of psychomotor reactions, disturbance of sleep (early awakening), various depressive state, as well as of other symptoms of depression, such as loss of interest in life, suicidal thoughts and mood disorders. The initial dose for the treatment of adult is 15 mg/day, the maximum dose is 45 mg. It is recommended to take the drug in the same time, just before bedtime.
The form of release: the tablets of 30 or 45 mg in packages (10 and 30 pills). Another name of the drug is MIRTAZAPINUM.
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