Frequently Asked Questions
Ans- We supply the most trusted brands of medicines. We also provide detailed information about that medication like how to use it and dosages. These medications become more effective when taken for the right treatment at the right time.
Ans- All medications on this website are suggested by experts also the information given for particular medication is also provided from trusted sources.
Ans- Opioids have similar properties to the opium from which they are derived. One of the main functions of opioids is to produce sedation and pain relief and they have been used for pain relief for thousands of years. Opioids are essentially chemicals that bind to opioid receptors present in the brain and central nervous system and gastrointestinal tract to stimulate their effects.
Ans- Anxiety disorders are often treated with a combination of therapy, exercise, a healthy diet, and anti-anxiety medications. These medications can include selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), antidepressants, benzodiazepines (controlled substances), and other medications known to combat the symptoms of anxiety.
Anxiety medications aren’t right for everybody. Treatment with medication will depend on the cause of your anxiety and your physical health. It’s important to speak with your doctor about your medical history so you can decide with your doctor which anxiety medication is right for you if any at all.
Ans- Yes, online doctors can prescribe antidepressants to treat depression and anxiety.
Ans- Xanax is classified as a controlled substance because as mentioned above, it has the potential for abuse, including addiction, harmful drug interactions, and overdose.
Those taking Xanax should be closely monitored by their doctor to ensure the care plan is being followed and working.
Ans- You should call your doctor immediately about an obvious side effect, such as nausea. Sometimes side effects such as drowsiness are chalked up to lifestyle. They may actually indicate that the dose of your medication needs adjustment.
Ans- Some prescription and over-the-counter medications can make you drowsy. There are a lot of medications that are sedating, and that can lead to issues with balance. Dosing schedules are important when trying to avoid daytime drowsiness caused by certain medications. It is always best to check with your doctor or pharmacist before using any medication, especially if you are adding an OTC medication, which may not be part of your medical record.
Ans- Yes, a dosing schedule is important, because every medication that you take has a specific dosing schedule — once a day, three times a day, etc. It would help if you tried to take your medication at the same time every day for the most beneficial effect of that medication. And if the medication is discontinued by the doctor, that needs to be noted and followed.
Ans- Keep medications in a safe place and out of the reach of children and pets. Some medicines need to be refrigerated, but the majority do not, and you can keep them in a dry place that’s not exposed to temperature extremes.
Ans- Yeah, it is true that we don’t require a prescription, but it doesn’t mean we work against the law. In fact, we have a team of specialist doctors who help our customers by providing a free prescription label. In other terms, whenever a customer doesn’t have a prescription to buy medicine, we provide him with a free prescription with our specialist doctors’ help.