SUPERPEP ® travel chewing gum coated tablets 20 mg, dimenhydrinate
active ingredient: dimenhydrinate.
Area of application: Medicines against nausea and vomiting from the group of H1 antihistamines.
For the prevention and treatment of nausea and vomiting in mild cases of motion sickness.
SUPERPEP Contains levomenthol, aspartame, sorbitol, sucrose and glucose.
SUPERPEP, dimenhydrinate For information on risks and side effects, read the package insert and ask your doctor or pharmacist.
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The only chewing gum against travel nausea
- Practical for on the go and individually adjustable
- Don't make you so tired
- Also works for seasickness
For adults and children from 6 years of age,
vacation fun right from the start: Superpep ® travel chewing gum dragees 20 mg have proven themselves many times over as an effective prevention and practical treatment of nausea and vomiting. Thanks to the low dose of active ingredient, the chewing gum is well tolerated and suitable for children from 6 years of age.
And it is also
very easy to use: as a preventive measure before starting your journey or at the first signs of nausea, simply squeeze a chewing gum dragee out of the packaging and chew it thoroughly.
Fast acting and well tolerated
Motion sickness is associated with severe nausea and vomiting, but it does not arise in the gastrointestinal tract, but in the brain. Fast moving pictures and sudden accelerations of cars, trains, ships or planes disturb the sense of balance and there is an increased release of the messenger substance histamine, which stimulates the vomiting center in the brain. This is exactly where the tried and tested active ingredient dimenhydrinate intervenes: the stimulation of the vomiting center is dampened, thus relieving nausea and effectively counteracting vomiting. Since dimenhydrinate is released from the dragee when it is chewed and is absorbed directly through the oral mucosa, the active ingredient concentration is lower than with travel tablets. Superpep Reise chewing gum dragées are therefore well tolerated and do not make you so tired.
Ideal for traveling by car, train, plane and ship
The nicest weeks of the year start with travel sickness for every tenth holidaymaker. Women and children in particular are affected by the typical symptoms. When traveling by air, motion sickness occurs primarily during take-off and landing. The practical travel chewing gum not only helps with the efficient active ingredient, chewing also ensures pressure compensation in the inner ear. Children under the age of 12 usually get sick while driving. As a preventive measure, the chewing gum can be taken an hour before you travel to reduce nausea and prevent vomiting. The preventive intake is also recommended for everyone who goes on board a sailing yacht or a cruise ship: 30 percent of all ship travelers suffer from seasickness, even die-hard fur seals are not exempt from this.® Travel Chewing Gum Dragées 20 mg, the consumption of hard-to-digest food and alcohol should be avoided.
SUPERPEP, dimenhydrinate travel chewing gum Application
tips for the prevention and treatment of motion sickness Superpep ® travel chewing gum dragees 20 mg are chewed like normal chewing gum. Use the first chewing gum drage about 1 hour before departure, further dragees can be used every half an hour if necessary. Chew the gum vigorously for 30 minutes and remove the gum from the mouth.
Questions & Answers
What are the advantages of travel chewing gum over travel tablets?
Superpep ®Travel chewing gum dragées 20 mg can be optimally dosed: You take them at the first signs of travel sickness - and when the nausea subsides, the chewing gum can simply be taken out of your mouth, after 30 minutes of chewing at the latest. When taken as required, the drug is gentle and child-friendly. In addition, the travel chewing gum dragees are as effective as tablets against travel sickness, but they do not make you as tired.
What happens if my child swallows the gum?
Swallowing a Superpep ® travel chewing gum dragé is harmless. However, the chewing gum is not suitable for children under 6 years of age or requires the safe use of chewing gum.
Experience has shown that when my children complain of nausea on long car journeys, it is already too late. How can I recognize the first signs in time? Travel sickness in children usually manifests itself through frequent yawning, a noticeable paleness and sweating. In this case, pull over to the right as soon as possible and let the child get out. The sense of balance comes back into balance and a short stay in the fresh air is also good.