Trivon 10 mg (Tranylcypromine)
Trivon Tablet 10 is a monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant used to treat moderate to severe depression. It may also aid in the treatment of phobia caused by depression. Depression is a mood disorder characterized by a persistently depressed mood and loss of interest in once pleasurable activities, resulting in considerable difficulties with daily functioning.
The ‘Tranylcypromine’ in Trivon Tablet 10 prevents the breakdown of the mood-boosting neurotransmitters serotonin and noradrenaline in the brain. Trivon Tablet 10 helps restore normal serotonin and noradrenaline levels, so aiding in the treatment of depression.
Always take Trivon Tablet 10s according to the indicated dosage and period. Completely swallow the tablet with a glass of water. Do not chew it or smash it. Trivon Tablet 10 may cause common side effects including vertigo, dry mouth, sleeplessness, headache, and constipation. If these adverse effects persist or worsen, you should consult with your physician.
If you have an allergy to any of the ingredients in Trivon Tablet 10’s, you should contact your doctor. If you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or breastfeeding, consult your doctor. Not suggested for usage in children younger than 18 years old. Avoid consuming alcohol while taking 10 Trivon tablets. Trivon Tablet 10 may induce sleepiness and vertigo; avoid driving or using heavy machinery unless you are aware.
Uses of Trivon
Trivon Tablet 10 is a monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressant used to treat moderate to severe depression. It may also aid in the treatment of phobia caused by depression. Trivon Tablet 10’s are taken when no other antidepressant has been effective. Trivon Tablet 10’s include Tranylcypromine, which prevents the breakdown of the feel-good hormones serotonin and noradrenaline, hence raising their brain concentrations. Thus, Trivon Tablet 10 alleviates the principal symptoms of depression, including poor mood, loss of interest in everyday activities, and exhaustion, among others.
Guidelines for Use
It should be ingested whole with a glass of water. Do not chew it or smash it. Always take Trivon Tablet 10s according to the indicated dosage and period.
Place in a cool, dry location out of direct sunlight.
Trivon 10 mg tablet adverse effects
dryness of the mouth
Detailed Precautions & Caution
If you have an allergy to any of the ingredients in Trivon Tablet 10’s, you should contact your doctor. Do not take Trivon Tablet 10’s if you are taking other monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOI) or have taken them within the past 14 days; if you have taken clomipramine or imipramine within the past 21 days or are planning to take them within the next 21 days; if you have porphyria, severe heart disease, disease of the brain’s blood vessels, pheochromocytoma, overactive thyroid, liver damage, or blood disorder Inform your physician if you have a minor heart condition, high blood pressure, diabetes, or seizures; if you are elderly or scheduled for surgery; or if you are experiencing seizures. If you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or breastfeeding, consult your doctor. Not suggested for usage in children younger than 18 years old. Avoid consuming alcohol while taking 10 Trivon tablets. Trivon Tablet 10 may induce sleepiness and vertigo; avoid driving or using heavy machinery unless you are aware.
Pharmaceutical Interactions: Trivon Tablet 10 may interact with sympathomimetic agents (ephedrine, pseudoephedrine, adrenaline, noradrenaline), antidepressants (amitriptyline, imipramine, tryptophan, clomipramine, bupropion), Parkinson’s disease medications (levodopa), appetite suppressants (amphetamine, fenfluramine), heart medications (dopamine), pain relievers (pethidine (buspirone). Inform your physician if you are taking another MAOI (isocarboxazid), a pain reliever (codeine), barbiturates (amylobarbitone), antidepressants (fluoxetine, sertraline, doxepin), anti-hypertensive (guanethidine, reserpine, methyldopa), anti-diabetic (insulin, metformin), or an antihistamine (cetirizine) (disulfiram).
Drug-Food Interactions: Trivon Tablet 10’s may interact with alcohol (especially red wine), caffeine, chocolate, and tyramine-rich foods such as soy-based foods, kimchee salads, banana skins, broad bean pods, yeast extracts (e.g. Bovril or Marmite), matured cheeses (e.g. cheddar or processed cheese made from mature cheese), or not-fresh or pickled meat, poultry, or fish.
Patients with a history of substance abuse (individual or familial), hypersensitivity disorder, epilepsy, phaeochromocytoma, blood disorders, hypertension, diabetes, hyperthyroidism, goitre, porphyria, liver disease, heart problems, or any mental health disorders should use Trivon Tablet 10 with caution.
Alcohol may have a response with Trivon Tablet. Alcohol and Trivon Tablet use is therefore not suggested. Consult a physician if you have any concerns.
Use of Trivon Tablet 10’s during pregnancy is not suggested unless absolutely necessary. Consult a physician if you have any concerns.
Trivon Tablet is detectable in breast milk; therefore, it should be taken with caution during nursing. Consult a physician if you have any concerns.
Trivon Tablet 10 may cause sleepiness or dizziness when driving. Use cautious and do not operate a vehicle or machinery if you are not alert.
In the case of liver disorders, use Trivon Tablet with caution. Please visit your physician if you have any concerns.
In the case of kidney disease, use Trivon Tablet with caution. Please visit your physician if you have any concerns.
Habit Formation : Yes
Diet & Lifestyle Advise
Invest in a nutritious diet.
Try yoga and exercise daily for at least thirty minutes. Physical activity can help alleviate low spirits.
There may be an interaction between Trivon Tablet 10 and caffeine, chocolate, and tyramine-rich foods such as aged cheeses, yeast, chicken liver, kimchi salad, and so on.
Reduce your alcohol consumption, as this can negatively affect your sleep.
Try practicing meditation and deep breathing to lessen your stress levels.
Invest in cognitive behavior therapy and consult with a therapist for a comprehensive treatment to depression.
Keeping a thankfulness notebook and noting five things for which you are grateful every day can have a significant influence on alleviating depression.
Consult your physician promptly if you have suicidal or self-harming/killing thoughts.
Inform the doctor or surgeon if you are scheduled for surgery while taking Trivon.
Depression is a mental condition characterized by a persistently low mood and loss of interest in previously enjoyable activities, resulting in considerable difficulties with day-to-day functioning. Several variables can lead to depression. In addition to heredity, food inadequacies, and lack of physical activity, these causes might also include emotional, psychological, environmental, and social influences.
Trivon Tablet 10 functions by preventing the breakdown of serotonin and noradrenaline, thereby increasing their brain concentrations.
Trivon Tablet 10s include Tranylcypromine, a chemical that inhibits the decomposition of tyramine, a compound found in some meals. If not broken down, this chemical can induce extremely high blood pressure. Avoid foods such as banana peels, broad bean pods, yeast extracts (such as Bovril or Marmite), matured cheeses (such as cheddar or processed cheese manufactured from mature cheese), and non-fresh or pickled meat, poultry, or fish when taking Trivon Tablet 10’s.
Do not discontinue Trivon Tablet 10 on your own own. Stopping Trivon Tablet 10 abruptly may result in nausea, vomiting, trouble sleeping, and perspiration. Consult your physician if you encounter any difficulties while taking Trivon Tablet 10s; your physician may gradually reduce your dosage.
In certain instances, Trivon Tablet 10s may produce low blood pressure, resulting in vertigo upon standing. If this occurs, do not attempt to stand up suddenly or begin walking; instead, lie down and get up slowly when you feel better. People taking Trivon Tablet 10s are recommended to monitor their blood pressure periodically in order to avoid such unpleasant occurrences. Consult your physician if you encounter postural hypotension frequently.
If you have bipolar disorder, you may be taking medication for the condition. Trivon Tablet 10 should be combined with other psychotropic drugs with caution. Consult your physician prior to use.