Gliatilin will help children develop normally
Memory impairment, attention and thinking are observed in 20% of toddlers and teenagers, speech disorders, difficulties with reading and writing are registered in 5-20%, and signs of autism are detected in 17% of children in the outpatient department of a psychiatrist. These figures indicate the prevalence of such problems, for the treatment of which different types of therapy are prescribed, including medicines, for example, Gliatilin.
Gliatilin refers to nootropic drugs that affect the blood supply and work of the brain and nervous system.
It is issued in the form:
- solution for intramuscular and intravenous administration.
Both solution and capsules are used to treat children.
If the solution is used in a hospital during a period of exacerbation of the disease, the capsules are suitable for outpatient treatment at home.
The active substance of Gliatilin is choline alphoscerate. Water is used as an auxiliary component in the solution. Capsules contain:
- purified water;
- ethylparahydroxybenzoate sodium;
- sodium propylparahydroxybenzoate;
- titanium dioxide (E171);
- iron (III) meta-hydroxide (E172).
It is interesting! Glycerol makes the contents of the capsules thick and viscous.
Choline alphoscerate under the action of enzymes in the human body breaks up into: