Pharmacological effect: Exelon advances the action of the nerve cells. This medication prevents the break of chemicals in the brain that take care of memory, thinking and reasoning.
Usage: Exelon is used in therapy of dementia. Dementia is caused by Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. This medication doesn’t heal these diseases but improves the memory and performs daily activities.
Aftereffect: Treatment with Exelon may bring different adverse reactions. More usual reactions are: indigestion, weight loss, loss of strength and appetite, vomiting, diarrhea and sickness in stomach. Unusual reactions are: fainting, aggression, troubled urination, shaking of the hands and fingers.
How to administer (optionally): Take Exelon two times day with food. Take it in morning and evening in the same time. Start the treatment with a small dose and increase it every 2-4 weeks.