Libral is a medicine used for treatment of psychiatric disorders. It acts by altering the level of hormones and neurotransmitters which are responsible for maintaining the mood and emotions of a person.
Each tablet of Libral is composed of 12.5 mg of Amitriptyline and 5 mg of Chlordiazepoxide. These drugs act through the medium of inactive ingredients which do not interfere with the therapeutic action of medicine.
Libral is used in case of the following disorders:
Libral may also be prescribed to patients for other disorders than those mentioned above.
Libral is a strong psychotropic agent and may cause ill effects if consumed wrongly or without any medical indication. Some of the side effects of Libral have been mentioned below:
Patients who feel the above mentioned or other symptoms of discomfort, should discontinue the medicine and consult with their doctor immediately.
Medicines used for treatment of psychiatric disorders should be consumed with great caution. Some important points to be considered while using Libral are mentioned below:
Following the above mentioned instructions helps in avoiding unnecessary discomfort for patients who are on Libral. If patients have been provided with other instructions as well, those should be adhered to.
A list comprising of few drugs is mentioned below. These drugs have similar chemical composition to Libral and can be used as its substitute.
The above mentioned medicines can be used in place of Libral tablet only if the physician advises to do so. Patients should not change the medicine on their own.