Bevon CD Soft Gelatin Capsule is an antioxidant capsule which is used to control blood sugar level. Bevon CD Soft Gelatin Capsule is also used to reduce the risk of heart disease. The capsule is also used to manage dyslipidemia by increasing the level of good cholesterol and reducing the level of bad cholesterol along with main therapy. Read on to know about working, side effects, precautions, and contraindications of Bevon CD soft gelatin capsules.
Composition and Ingredients of Bevon
- Alpha-lipoic acid NF – 50mg
- 30% oily suspension – 10mg
- Docosahexaenoic acid – 30mg
- Lycopene (10mg) – 25mg
- Chromium – 200mcg
- Manganese – 5mg
- Eicosapentaenoic acid – 45mg
- Selenium – 150mcg
- Zinc sulfate – 5mg
- Copper – 1mg
How Does It Work?
Alpha-lipoic acid helps to prevent cell damage and restore the level of vitamins such as vitamin E and vitamin C. It also enhances the function of neurons which may get damaged due to diabetes.
Docosahexaenoic acid is essential in pregnancy because it can increase the growth and development of the brain in infants.
Lycopene is a type of major carotenoid in human blood. Lycopene protects lipid, protein, and DNA against oxidative damage.
Chromium is required for the breakdown of carbohydrates and fats. It is an important supplement for the proper function of the brain and body.
Manganese is a type of trace mineral. Manganese activates the enzyme and converts fat and protein in energy. It is also required for bone formation.
Selenium is a type of trace metal that is required in a small amount for the body. Selenium metal plays a key role in the formation of antioxidants.
Zinc sulfate is a naturally occurring mineral that is important for the development and growth of healthy tissues.
Copper is an important nutrient for the body. Copper maintains the health of bones, nerves, blood vessels and also improves immune function.
Uses of Bevon
- Prevent vitamin deficiency
- Maintain healthy digestive systems
- Diabetic neuropathy
- Diabetic nephropathy
- Diabetic retinopathy
- Alcoholic neuropathy
- Cardiovascular disease
Bevon- Side Effects
- Abdominal pain
- Skin rashes
Bevon CD Capsule Contraindications
If you have the following health issues then stop the intake of Bevon CD Capsule:
- Hypersensitivity to any of the ingredient of Bevon CD capsule.
- Liver disorders
Precautions of Bevon
Do not use this product without consultation with doctors. Taking without consultation may lead to side effects. Tell your doctor if you are taking any other products such as vitamins, other medicines, and herbal product. With the proper information, your doctor will tell about the timing of dosage for various medications to prevent any interaction or side effects.
To reduce the risk of adverse effect follow the instruction given by a doctor about this product and also follows the instruction given on product container or packaging.
Pregnancy: Although the ingredients of Bevon CD capsules are not known to harm the fetus, as with all the other medications given in pregnancy, you should consult your doctor before taking this medicine during pregnancy.
Breastfeeding: Ingredients of Bevon CD capsules may pass on to the fetus through milk, however, the quantity would be less. Although there is no report of adverse effect on the baby while taking Bevon CD capsules during breastfeeding, consult with your doctor before taking this medicine.
Patient with liver disorder should not take this formulation. This formulation should be taken with guidance and as prescribed by the healthcare professional.
Drug Interaction of Bevon
Interacting with other medications may change the therapeutic property of Bevon CD capsules. Various medicine may interact with Bevon CD Capsule and modify their effects. These drugs include:
Dosage of Bevon
Take 1 capsule with water daily after a meal or as directed by a healthcare professional.
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Mr. Rohit Jain is a Pharmaceutical techno-marketing trainer with more than 10 years of industrial experience. In his previous assignment, he was Senior Product Manager, heading the Product Management Team at an organization of repute. Mr. Jain is B. Pharma, MBA, PGDBM, LL.B. and is a Registered Patent Agent. He also has a Professional Diploma in Clinical Research and is also a certified Pharmacovigilance Professional. He was involved in delivering medico-marketing training to on-the-field marketing professionals as well as in-house business development professionals. Mr. Rohit Jain is a prolific medical content writer and had written more than 500 medical articles spreading over varied therapeutic areas. Mr. Jain has a keen interest in learning about the latest happenings of the pharmaceutical and medical industry.