Yes. Atarax (hydroxyzine) is an antihistamine that is effective.
Good sleep practices. Atarax/hydroxyzine is a prescription antihistamine/anti-allergy medication. Because it can be sedating, some people find it helpful for insomnia, at least in the short term. It is not a controlled or addictive medication like some sleep aids. Be sure to practice sleep hygiene -- structuring your sleep, avoid lying long periods not sleeping, avoid daytime napping, use bed only for sleep/intimacy.
Atarax (hydroxyzine). One of the most common side effects of Atarax (hydroxyzine) is sedation - become very sleepy. This can be dangerous if driving or operating machinery, etc. Sedation usually lessens or disappears with continued use. Dry mouth is another common side effect.
No problem. Not aware of any interactions.
What is question? If you are asking about taking Atarax (hydroxyzine) with Black Kohosh Yes I see no reason why not Black Kohosh is a herb used for many indicatins and have effect on the brain which is like serotonin and have some effect on estrogen Ak your doctor if you can takle them together as we do not know why and how long you need to take Atarax (hydroxyzine)
Call Physician. This is aprescription medicine and the prescribing physician should have given insgtructions on dosing. In general, this medicine should be dosed every 4-6hours.
Hydroxyzine. For as long as the medication is prescribed for what it is supposed to treat. If you have concerns, you really should bring them up to the prescribing doctor, since they know what they are treating you for.
Yes, of course. You can overdose on anything. The big question is 'what will happen? ' Atarax (hydroxyzine) overdose will cause severe drowsiness.
Over doses are never. Good. Antihistamine over doses are rarely lethal. Am concerned by the manner that you asked this question. If you are considering an overdose to kill or harm yourself - please seek help at your nearest emergency room or call the national suicide hotlines 24/7 at 1-800-suicide (1-800-784-2433) or 1-800-273 – talk (1-800-273-8255).
Yes. It's called hydroxyzine.
Yes. The generic form of Atarax is hydroxyzine.
Atarax (hydroxyzine) Hydroxyzine.