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Kwells is a treatment for motion sickness which contains hyoscine hydrobromide, also known as scopolamine.
Motion sickness is the feeling of nausea and general malaise which generally occurs when travelling in a car, boat or plane.
The feeling occurs due to conflicting signals between the vestibular system and the brain. The vestibular system is the part of the body which senses balance, orientation and motion.
When the vestibular system detects motion, but no motion is perceived by the eyes, the conflicting signals trigger the vomit centre in the brain. Likewise, if motion is perceived by the eyes but not sensed by the rest of the body, such as the case with VR headsets, the same result can occur.
Symptoms of motion sickness include:
If you know you are susceptible to motion sickness, there are a number of things you can do to minimise your risk of experiencing motion sickness.
Before taking a journey, avoid any foods which may exacerbate your symptoms such as alcoholic beverages, spicy food or heavy meals.
When travelling by car, try sitting in the front or in the middle of the car. Try to look ahead at the horizon and avoid using electronic devices or reading books while travelling. If you take a particularly long car journey, remember to take frequent breaks to stretch your legs and drink some water.
When travelling by boat, try sitting in the middle of the boat whenever possible. You can also stand on the deck and look out at the horizon. Limit your time looking at books or screens when travelling by boat. Avoid looking at the waves.
When travelling by aircraft, sitting by the window rather than the aisle can reduce your feeling of sickness. Especially if your seat is situated at the front of the aircraft or over the wings. You can suck on hard-boiled sweets during take off and landing to relieve the feeling of pressure in your ears.
Ginger and peppermint have been known to reduce the feeling of nausea in some people. Ginger sweets and ale can help reduce the feeling of sickness, as can peppermint sweets and gum.
If your motion sickness is particularly bothersome, Kwells are a viable treatment for sickness when travelling.
Kwells contain a muscinaric agonist called hyoscine hydrobromide (Scopolamine).
The active ingredient blocks nerve signals between the vestibular system and vomit centre of the brain. By preventing these messages, the brain is unaware of the conflicting messages between the eyes and the vestibular system, averting the vomit centre from being triggered.
When taken before travelling in a vehicle, Kwells is effective at preventing motion sickness from developing, giving you peace of mind when you travel.
Kwells can be taken in two different ways:
Like other tablets, Kwells can be swallowed whole with a glass of water, but you may also chew or suck the tablets if you find it difficult to swallow tablets.
Kwells tablets can be taken with or without food.
You can take tablets every six hours.
Do not take this medicine more than 3 times in 24 hours.
Before taking Kwells, it's important to familiarise yourself with the patient information leaflet enclosed with your medicine.
All medicines carry the risk of side effects, though not everybody gets them. Understanding the risk associated with your medicine is important.
Possible side effects of Kwells may include:
If you experience any side effects listed above, report them to your doctor or consult a pharmacist for further advice. You can find your nearest pharmacy using the NHS' Find A Pharmacy service.
Kwells tablets are not suitable for everyone.
Speak to your doctor before taking Kwells if you:
Do not take Kwells if any of the following applies to you:
Do not take Kwells if you are allergic to any of the ingredients listed in the patient information leaflet.
If you experience an allergic reaction to Kwells, inform your doctor straight away or go straight to your nearest accident and emergency department.
Do not drink alcohol while taking Kwells.
Consuming alcohol while taking Kwells can increase the risk of side effects of drowsiness or dizziness.
Moreover, alcohol can exacerbate symptoms of motion sickness, such as nausea, vomiting, and dizziness.
Kwells can cause drowsiness and dizziness.
Do not drive, ride a bike, or operate machinery while taking Kwells.
Do not take Kwells if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
If you take too much of this medicine, symptoms of an overdose may occur.
Symptoms of an overdose include:
If you experience any of the above symptoms, inform your doctor or go straight to your nearest accident and emergency department. Take the medicine packaging with you, even if it's empty, so that doctors know what you took and how much of it you took.
Always keep your medicine out of the sight and reach of children and pets.
Never share your medicine with other people, even if they are experiencing the same symptoms as you.
It is possible to buy Kwells safely online from Prescription Doctor. Our UK regulated pharmacy only stocks genuine UK licensed medicines.
Our dispensing pharmacy can dispatch your order in discreet packaging to guarantee your privacy and uphold strict confidentiality.
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