Doxylamine Succinate

Doxylamine succinate is an antihistamine taken to get relief from the common cold, allergy, and hay fever. It works by blocking the work of acetylcholine and histamine produced in the body. It also provides relief for watery eyes, runny nose, and sneezing. It can treat insomnia too.

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I do not have any allergies. Can I take the tablet Doxylamine succinate 7.5 mg five times a week for the long term?

Query: Hi doctor,I am in my mid-forties. Is it generally safe to take the tablet Doxylamine succinate 7.5 mg five times a week for the long term? I do not have any allergies. I have been taking it for three years now, thrice a week, and I am very satisfied with it. It is the best sleep intervention for me ...  Read Full »

Dr. Amrit Agarwal

Answer: Hi,Welcome to succinate is an antihistamine and helps in sound sleep so you can continue using it.Along with it, the following lifestyle modifications need to do:1) Brisk walk or exercise for six days per week.2) Think positive. Be thankful for good things in life and give tha...  Read Full »

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