Dimethylglycine is an amino acid used for the treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, epilepsy, and allergies.
• Dimethylglycine is an amino acid which is used in combination with other active ingredients for the treatment of conditions like attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder, epilepsy, allergies, respiratory disorders, inflammation and cancer.
• Its efficacy in these cases, however, has not been established.
• Dimethylglycine is contraindicated if the patient is allergic to drug.
• Dimethylglycine has to be taken orally once a day or as advised by the physician.
• The initial dose recommended is 125 mg once daily.
• The dose can be increased to a maximum dose of 300 mg for every 2 to 4 hours of heavy stress or exercise.
• Dimethylglycine comes as a capsule which has to be taken orally once daily or as advised by the physician between food.
• It is better to take with other medications such as carnitine or alpha lipoic acid.
• Dimethylglycine should be avoided in pregnant and breastfeeding women since adequate information on its safety in these conditions is not available.
• Consult your doctor if you experience any allergy to the drug.
• Do not overdose the drug.
• No adequate information available.
• Avoid use in children unless advised by the doctor.
• Consult the doctor before taking the drug.
• Not known
• Store at room temperature.
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