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What is Amlip?

Amlip is a safe and effective treatment for hypertension. It relaxes the blood vessels and decreases the pressure on them. This helps to improve the flow of blood throughout the body, controls your blood pressure levels and thereby reduces risk of heart diseases.

Amlip belongs to a group of medications known as calcium antagonists or calcium channel blockers and is also prescribed to treat angina pectoris and prinzmetal angina also.

Amlodipine, which is commonly prescribed as the first line of treatment for hypertension, is the main ingredient in Amlip. Amlip comes in the form of tablets. Your doctor may prescribe you to take it alone or with other hypertension medicines. Their advice will depend on the severity of your condition and medical history. So, it is important to let the doctor know if you have any pre-existing conditions.

How does Amlip work?

Hypertension is caused by narrowing of blood vessels while angina (chest pain) is caused by poor circulation of blood to the heart due to narrowing of heart blood vessels.

Amlodipine works on the systemic (body) blood vessels by relaxing and widening them. This allows blood to flow more freely and helps the heart pump blood easily throughout the body and lower blood pressure.

For angina, this extra flow of blood provides the heart with more oxygen and relaxes the blood vessels, helping to relieve chest pain. Amlip is not a painkiller, it instead works on the cause of the pain (alleviating shortages in oxygen supply to the heart).

What doses of Amlip are there?

Amlip comes in three dosages. Amlip 2.5mg is likely to be prescribed for those with liver or kidney issues for whom Amlip is a crucial treatment. Amlip 5mg is the most commonly prescribed dosage for the start of treatment for adults.

It can be reduced or increased as needed. Its uses include both hypertension and angina. Amlip 10mg is only considered in severe or persistent cases where the other dosages have been found to be ineffective.

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How to take Amlip

Amlip is simple to use and highly effective, as long as it’s taken as instructed. 

  • Take 1 tablet daily (or as prescribed by the doctor) with a glass of water
  • You can take it with or without food
  • Always try to take it at the same time everyday
  • Avoid having grapefruit or its juice while taking Amlip

At any time, if you feel that Amlip (Amlodipine) isn’t working well for you or you’re getting some side effects, seek help from your doctor. Do not change the dosage or stop taking it on your own.

What if I miss a dose?

Don’t panic, everyone is forgetful sometimes. Simply take it once you remember or wait until the next scheduled dose and carry on as normal. Never take double the amount to make up for the missed dose as this can lead to unpleasant side effects and there is no benefit in doing so. If you keep missing doses, ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice.

What should I do if I take too much?

If you think you’ve taken too much Amlodipine then you should seek medical help immediately. Symptoms of an Amlip overdose include sleepiness and feeling severely dizzy. Even if you don’t think you’ve taken too much, you should also seek medical attention if you experience these symptoms.

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FAQ: Amlip

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What is the difference between Amlip and Amlodipine?

Amlip is the brand name of the drug, but amlodipine is the scientific name of the drug itself (or active ingredient). Amlodipine belongs to a group of medications called calcium antagonists. It is a hypertensive treatment which has a good safety profile and is well tolerated by most patients.

What does Amlip treat?

Amlip treats hypertension or high blood pressure. The condition doesn’t usually cause any noticeable symptoms, but can lead to dangerous health outcomes. Risks include heart attacks, strokes and kidney disease.

Amlip also treats angina pectoris, which occurs due to lack of blood flow to the heart. In itself, it is not life threatening, but it is a warning that you are at heightened risk of a heart attack. For this reason it will require medication and monitoring.

Prinzmetal angina, also known as variant angina, can also be treated with Amlip. It’s a much rarer form of the condition and differs from angina in that it’s caused by a spasm in the arteries and can occur in the young as well as older patients.

Is Amlip similar to any other treatments?

Is Amlip similar to any other treatments?

The active ingredient in Amlip is amlodipine, which is also the name of the generic form of the medication. The same drug can also be found in various brands, including Amlokind, Amlogard, Amlovas, Amloz and Amlong. All essentially do the same thing, it’s just the packaging that is different and sometimes the price.

Besides Amlip, what are the other commonly prescribed hypertension treatments?

Another regularly used treatment for hypertension is losartan, which is the main ingredient in the branded medications like Losar, Giftan, Losatan, Losakind.

Both losartan and amlodipine are effective and come with very few side effects, but one might work better than the other in individual cases. And there’s S-amlodipine, a calcium channel blocker which is usually prescribed when patients experience side effects (like swelling in the legs) with amlodipine. Clinical studies have found that in the treatment of mild and moderate hypertension, S-Amlodipine 2.5mg is as effective and well tolerated as Amlodipine 5mg.

Some medications contain both losartan and amlodipine, while others contain other active ingredients like atenolol. Atenolol is a beta blocker that is usually prescribed when other treatments haven’t been effective enough. Some drugs containing atenolol are Aten, Tenormin, and Betacard.

There are also hypertensive treatments like Amlokind-AT, Amlip AT and Amlovas-AT which contain a combination of amlodipine and atenolol and are usually prescribed when a single medication isn’t able to bring your blood pressure levels under control.

Are there any natural alternatives to Amlip?

The most effective way of lowering your blood pressure without medications is through lifestyle changes, although a combination of both is often recommended.

The most effective lifestyle changes include lowering your salt intake, getting regular exercise, cutting down on fat, drinking less caffeine or alcohol and quitting smoking.

A DASH diet is another simple way to keep your blood pressure within limits. DASH stands for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension. It is a balanced and nutritional diet with a low salt and sugar intake and moderate amount of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts and poultry. Overall, the DASH diet emphasises less sodium intake and increased intake of foods rich in calcium, potassium and magnesium.

If you need help with any of these alternatives, you can contact your doctor.

Do I need a prescription for Amlip?

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