About Carloc: Acting as both an alpha and beta blocker, Carloc 12.5mg is effective in treating a large variety of heart conditions and chest pains. Well known for relieving heart strain, the drug focuses mainly on maintaining the steady flow of blood throughout the body to each organ allowing for smooth operation and physical wellness. It lowers the blood pressure in the body by relaxing the heart rate while also reducing the tension and tautness in blood vessels. This drug is greatly effective in treating hypertension and can also be used to help in survival after getting a heart attack.
How to use Carloc
As recommended, it is always best to take this medication as advised by a physician. The tablets are ingested orally with water and preferably after meals. Chewing the tablet is discouraged since the drug is more effective when taken as a whole. Consumption of the drug together with other drinks like alcohol and other strong beverages might cause unwanted side effects which can as well be severe. Patients are advised to stick to a prescription when taking Carloc 12.5mg tablets for an even beneficial treatment.
Patients are advised by physicians to complete the dosage prescribed in order to enjoy the relieving effects of this drug. The effects of this drug last from 12 to 24 hours and thus are better when taken twice a day. If a dose is missed, the patient should take it as soon as possible after remembering. If the next dose is close (less than four hours), it is recommended that the patient misses the dose since the two doses can bring about strong side effects. Patients should avoid overdosing (or taking the drug 3 times a day) as much as possible and should contact a doctor in such a case.
Carloc Side Effects
Possible side effects may include the following: fatigue, extremely low blood pressure, headaches, dizziness, nausea which occur in a moderate intensity. Other effects include a cough, increased sweating, hypoglycaemia, unexplained weight gainand upset stomach leading to diarrhoea.
Carloc 12.5 (Carvedilol) - 12.5mg tablets are advised with a strong caution to patients with major scheduled surgeries. This is because a certain anaesthetic agent used in surgery should be moderated to have a lesser effect on the heart. Patients with lung disease are also given caution as some will not respond as expected to the drug. A physician’s prescription is important in such situations to reduce cases of risk. Carloc 12.5 mg patients are discouraged from joining some sports, especially high-risk ones. Patients should refer to the group of banned medicine by the World Anti-doping Agency. People with thyroid conditions are also discouraged from this medication since irregular dosage might cause fatal conditions. If so, monitoring of thyroid levels is recommended.