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Vertigoheel® – as tablets, drops or ampoules

As diverse as vertigo symptoms are, patients’ preferences are just as varied when it comes to the formulations. Some just have a hard time swallowing tablets - others prefer to not take drops that contain alcohol. Vertigoheel offers everybody the formulation they most prefer.

  • Vertigoheel tablets
  • Vertigoheel drops
  • Vertigoheel ampoules

Vertigoheel tablets

Just dissolving an anti-vertigo tablet in your mouth – that's the most convenient way for most patients. The tasty Vertigoheel tablets are available in pack sizes of 100 or 250 tablets.

Vertigoheel tablets – dosage

Adults and youths older than 12
If not directed otherwise, allow 1 tablet to dissolve in your mouth 3x daily, in acute cases dissolve 1 tablet in your mouth every hour or half hour but not more than 12 times daily. After consulting your doctor, you can increase the dosage if needed to 3 tablets 3 times a day.

Vertigoheel tablets

Vertigoheel drops

Drops offer the advantage of easy administration. Drops contain 35 volume percent of alcohol. They come in pack sizes 30 ml and 100 ml.

Vertigoheel drops dosage

If not directed otherwise: adults take 10 drops 3 times daily. In acute situations, take 10 drops every hour or half hour but no more than 12 times daily.

Vertigoheel drops

Vertigoheel ampoules

Ampoules offer the therapist the option of being able to inject the medication. Vertigoheel vials contain 1.1 ml liquid dilution each for injections. They are available in pack sizes 5, 10, 50 and 100 vials.

Vertigoheel ampoules – dosage

Adults 12 years and older

Standard Dosage:
Adults (and children 12 yrs. and older):
1 ampoule 1 to 3x weekly.

Acute or Initial Dosage:
Adults (and children 12 yrs. and older):
1 ampoule daily, and then continue with standard dosage.

Method of Administration:
Vertigoheel, Solution for injection may be administered by the s.c., i.d., i.m. or i.v. route.

Vertigoheel ampoules
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Well-tolerated

Vertigoheel – a vertigo medication without any known side effects

Vertigoheel has no known side effects or interactions with other medications

Owing to often chronic afflictions, older patients in particular sometimes rely on a suite of medications. Side effects and interactions with other medications can have a detrimental impact. Vertigoheel is an anti-vertigo medication with no know side effects or any interactions – an obvious advantage over many other products

Vertigoheel has no sedative effects

Another advantage: Vertigoheel has no sedative effect. It does not make you feel tired and allows you to stay focused. This affects the so-called central compensation positively, i.e. our brain's ability to compensate for vertigo over time all by itself.

Many chemical-synthetic medications for vertigo, however, dampen our central nervous system. That not only makes you tired and unfocused but also reduces the central compensation mechanism.

Vertigoheel can be taken over longer periods of time

It is also important to know that synthetic compounds with sedative effect should only be taken for a few days or weeks. In contrast, Vertigoheel has a very good safety profile and can be taken over a long period of time without any problems. But nonetheless, in acute cases, its positive effect often sets in right after taking it for the first time.

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