Thioctic Acid (alpha-Lipoic Acid) - the special antioxidant

Hyperglycemia, which often occurs in diabetes mellitus patients, causes increased production of free oxygen radicals that damage peripheral nerves.

Alpha-lipoic acid is a free-radical scavenger that catches damaging oxygen radicals both in aqueous and lipid soluble cell environments, thereby counteracting the sensory disorders of diabetic polyneuropathy.

Since our body can only absorb a very small quantity of alpha-lipoic acid through our diet like innards, an additional supply is recommended.

Thiogamma® contains the active ingredient alpha-lipoic acid that protects the nerve cell from damaging degradation products and free radicals, thus being able to improve nerve conductivity.

  • Therapeutic Indications
    For treatment of patients with peripheral diabetic polyneuropathy
    Various alimentary tract and metabolism product (Antioxidant)
  • Active Substance and Composition
    Thioctic Acid (alpha-Lipoic Acid) 600mg

    For further substances read the Full Product Information.
  • Dosage and Method of Application
    The daily dose is 1 Thiogamma® 600 Oral film-coated tablet (equivalent to 600mg alpha-Lipoic Acid), which is taken approximately 30 minutes before the first meal.
  • Package Sizes
    • 30 Tablets per box
  • Obligatory Text
    Thiogamma® 600 oral is totally contraindicated in patients with known hypersensitivity to alpha-Lipoic acid or any of the other constituents of Thiogamma® 600 oral.

    Note: Children and adolescents (under 18 years old) should not be treated with Thiogamma® 600 oral, as there is no clinical experience of this age group.

    Metabolism and nutrition disorders
    Very rare: Because of improved glucose utilization, a fall in blood sugar levels may occur. Symptoms similar to those of hypoglycemia have been described such as vertigo, diaphoresis, headache and altered visual perception.

    For more information on safety, precaution and other information about this product, please see the Product Information in the Downloads.

    Please consult your healthcare providers before taking any prescription medicines.
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