Razadyne Drug Information
Mild-to-moderate cases of Alzheimer's disease are often treated with Razadyne® (galantamine hydrobromide). This prescription medication is available in a few different forms, including fast-acting capsules and oral solution and slow-acting tablets. All forms should be taken with food and at the same time each day.
Most people have no problems with this drug; however, Razadyne's safety information should be reviewed so that you are aware of possible side effects, such as nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea, and know the warning signs of an allergic reaction or other serious problem that requires prompt medical attention.
(Click Razadyne for more information on this drug. This article covers how Razadyne works, lists the factors affecting your dose, and offers some details on what to expect while taking it.)