Active Ingredient: Hydroxyzine
The excipients are lactose monohydrate, microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, silica colloidal anhydrous, titanium dioxide E 171, HPMC 2910 5 cp E 464, macrogol 400 and purified water.
Syrup: The active substance is hydroxyzine as dihydrochloride. Each ml contains 2 mg of hydroxyzine.
The excipients are sucrose, sodium benzoate, hazelnut flavor, menthol, ethanol 0. We recommend you consult the information provided by your local supplier.
If your doctor has told that you have an intolerance to some sugars, consult him before taking this medicine. Syrup: The syrup contains 3. This medicine contains sodium benzoate as an excipient, that can irritate the eyes, skin and mucous slightly.
It can increase the risk of skin yellowing jaundice in newborns. It is especially critical if it affects the vocal cords.
Also, you should not take this medicine: If you have porphyria or if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Do not take hydroxyzine if any of the above circumstances can be applied to you. The patients were divided into a control group 55 children who only used hot towels for the treatment and the test group 88 children who were treated with both hot towels and hydroxyzine 5 mg every night and 10 mg from the fifth night on for the same month.
At the beginning of the study, questionnaire No. All the questionnaires measured bruxism severity based on standard. Questionnaire No. A positive reply to each question had a score.
Based on the acquired scores, the patients were divided into three groups: mild, moderate, and severe with the scores between 1 minimum symptoms to 12 maximum severity of symptoms. The children whose parents were unwilling to cooperate or were sensitive to hydroxyzine, with seizure disorder or tic disorder and those who consumed anti-anxiety medications, with sleep disorders such as obstructive sleep apnea, and mentally retarded children, were excluded from the study.
The collected data were coded and entered in SPSS.