Amaryl Action Mechanism
Amaryl stimulates beta cells of pancreas that are functional to secrete insulin that ultimately eats up the excess glucose present in blood. Amaryl thereby maintains the normally high blood sugar levels within normal limits by lowering glycemic index in the potential subjects.
1mg - 2mg per day forms the normal starting dose of Amaryl for relieving your high levels of blood sugar. While after your blood sugar comes into control, maintenance dose of 1mg to 4mg of Amaryl per day is recommended with its maximum dosage not exceeding 8 mg per day. Always take this medication at same time everyday to achieve maintain its concentration within blood.
Ability of Amaryl to work marvelously as the initial remedial therapeutic approach to treat type2 diabetes made it the most reliable as well as renowned medication for effective diabetes treatment.
Amaryl should never be taken in case of pituitary gland problems, adrenal insufficiency or fatigue, liver or kidney disorders and glucose 6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency. Also pregnant and breastfeeding women, people planning for surgery as well as those allergic to any of its active or inactive components are not recommended to take Amaryl.
Amaryl Side effects
Common side effects of Amaryl include diarrhea, vomiting, mild nausea, mild itching, skin rash, increased sensitivity to sunlight, weakness, headache, dizziness and stomach pain.
While serious side effects of Amaryl include seizures, loss of appetite, trouble in breathing, tingling sensation, hallucinations, numbness, muscle weakness or pain, clay-colored stools, confusion, severe skin rash, dark urine and bruising.