Nizoral Action Mechanism
Nizoral is the best medicament with a broad spectrum activity in destroying the infections from roots. Nizoral impairs the synthesis of ergosterol, an important fungal cell wall component that result in cell death due to increased cellular permeability. Hence, it functions effectively within stipulated time period.
Nizoral is regarded as an accurate and efficient drug for treating wide range of fungal infections. The usual recommended dosage of Nizoral is 200mg on daily basis, with dosage of 400mg also recommended in case of clinical unresponsiveness. Taking this medication with food do not cause any unwanted health complication.
A broad spectrum anti-fungal medication, Nizoral not only treats fungal infections but is also effective against acanthamoeba infection and hirsutism. Nizoral also acts on hypercalcemia, precocious puberty, prostate cancer and Cushing’s syndrome.
Nizoral is an effective executioner of its anti fungal activity and works marvelously when taken with some precautions. It is not recommended if you are allergic to any of its active or inactive components and also avoid performing any kind of work after taking it. Do not take anti-cholinergic and acid-blockers for at least two hours after consuming Nizoral.
Nizoral Side effects
Common side effects of Nizoral include nausea, headache, vomiting, stomach pain, breast swelling or tenderness, sensitivity to light and changes in sex drive or performance.
While serious side effects of Nizoral include irregular heartbeat, loss of appetite, chest pain, fever or jaundice, light colored stools, dark urine and severe allergic reactions such as hives, skin rash and swelling of lips, face, throat or tongue.