Urbanol And Allergex

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Carla Says:


I have been taking Urbanol 10mg and Allergex (not sure of the mg) one tablet of each medication twise a day.
I often feel like i am just going to drift off to sleep and have done so a few times whilst at work.
I also do have trouble falling asleep at night but i have found it much easier to fall asleep after i have taken my medication.



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Verwon Says:

HI, Carla! How are you doing?

The culprit is most likely the Urbanol, because it contains the active ingredient Clobazam, which is a benzodiazepine derivative.

This class of medications is well known to cause drowsiness and they have actually been used as sleep aids for some people that were resistant to other therapies.

It also has the potential to be habit forming.

Learn more Urbanol details here.

You should talk to your doctor about it, it may be necessary to lower your daytime dosage a little.

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JAY JAY Says:

I HAVE ALSO BEEN TAKING URBANOL AT NIGHT TOGETHER WITH ALLERGEX.
I FIND THAT THE NEXT DAY I AM STILL ASLEEP AND FEEL A BIT DEPRESSED - I ONLY HAVE ONE OF EACH AT NIGHT. I HAVE JUST LEFT MOLIPAXEN, CAUSED SEVERE MUSCLE CRAMPS AND HEART TREMORS. I AM NOW GOING TO TRY SOLIAN - HOPE SOMETHING WORKS. I AM DOING
VERY WELL ON WELLBUTRIN 300 XL ( FOR DEPRESSION)
I REALLY HAVE A BATTLETO FIND A TABLET THAT WORKS - THEY ALL MAKE WE FEEL WORSE THAN BETTER.

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