Rizact contains Rizatriptan, a selective serotonin receptor agonist. It belongs to a family of medications known as triptans.
Rizact is used to minimize the effects of migraine headaches. These include painful, throbbing headaches, nausea, and increased sensitivity to light and sound. It is assumed that the widening of blood vessels in the brain is the main cause of migraines in individuals. Rizact works by stimulating the serotonin receptors that are found in the brain. It is a painkiller that is tailored to diminish the pain that is associated with migraines.
Typically, serotonin causes the blood vessels in the brain to contract by stimulating the serotonin receptors. Rizact works by mimicking the effects of serotonin. This causes the stimulation of the serotonin receptors present in the brain. The signals sent to the receptors cause the blood vessels to become smaller. This causes the pain caused by the migraine to reduce.
Rizact cannot be used to prevent the effects of a migraine.
Rizact should be taken in a quantity that has been predetermined by a medical specialist. Taking Rizact in a quantity that has not been approved by a medical specialist may result in the decreased effect of Rizact.
Rizact is a capsule that must be placed on the tongue. Once it is dissolved, it can be swallowed. Do not take water with this medication.
The recommended quantity for Rizact is 5mg.
Rizact should be taken when the migraine first appears. Typically, only one dose of Rizact is required. If the migraine persists, a medical specialist may suggest a larger dose.
It is important to not take more 30g of Rizact within one day.
If you have accidentally ingested a greater quantity of Rizact than indicated, you should call emergency healthcare services. You may be at risk for an overdose.
The consumption of Rizact may result in certain contradictory effects. The negative responses that you may experience are:
Unusual sensations on the skin
Numbing of the skin
Inability to feel pain or touch
Feeling heat, cold or pressure
Reduced mental capabilities
You should contact a medical specialist if you have noticed the presence of one or more of these indicators.
It is important to first discuss the advantages and disadvantages of taking Rizact if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. Do not take Rizact without getting the necessary medical advice.
Do not take Rizact if you have an increased sensitivity to any of the components in the medication.
The ingestion of Rizact is not advised if you have these medical conditions:
A history of heart disease or any vascular conditions
Elevated blood pressure that is not being controlled by medication
Susceptibility to basilar or hemiplegic migraines
Do not use Rizact in combination with:
Ergotamine or any byproducts of ergotamine
MAO inhibitors. There should be an interval of at least two weeks between taking an MAO inhibitor and Rizact.
Any other triptan medication or serotonin agonist
You should inform a medical specialist regarding any other over-the-counter medications or herbal supplements that you may be taking.