What is?

The Headset Tablet 2 is a mixture of two drugs: sumatriptan and sodium naproxen. Sumatriptan acts on the serotonin (5-HT) receptors in the brain, constricting the blood vessels in the brain and so affecting the blood flow patterns linked with headaches. Naproxen sodium is a pain reliever that acts by suppressing the effects of cyclo-oxygenase (COX) and prostaglandins (PG), two chemical messengers that are responsible for pain and inflammation. As a result, Headset Tablet 2 helps to avoid migraine symptoms.



It's used to treat migraine headaches that are severe and have or don't have an aura.



Follow your doctor's instructions on the dosage and duration of this medication. Take it all in at once. It should not be chewed, crushed, or broken. The Headset Tablet should be consumed with meals.


How it Works?

Naproxen works by lowering pain and swelling by inhibiting the manufacture of prostaglandin, a natural molecule that causes swelling and agony. Nausea, dizziness, tiredness, and indigestion are just a few of the Headset tablet's negative effects. These side effects usually go away with time, but if they don't, you should talk to your doctor. If you have any existing heart or stomach-intestinal problems, tell your doctor since this drug may make it worse.


When You Should Talk to Doctor?

If you're allergic to sumatriptan, naproxen, or any other Headset pill components.

If your heart, brain, or other bodily components aren't getting enough blood.

If you have a serious case of liver disease.

If you suffer from uncontrolled high blood pressure.

If you suffer from a migraine headache that is accompanied by weakness on one side of your body.




Q.Is it safe to take a Headset pill while I'm pregnant?

Taking a Headset pill during pregnancy is not advised unless your doctor deems it necessary after weighing the advantages and hazards. Before beginning this drug, talk to your doctor if you are pregnant, believe you might be pregnant, or are planning a baby.
Breastfeeding is a method of nourishing a child.


Q.Is it okay for me to take the Headset pill while I'm breastfeeding?

Because the components of headset pills are known to transfer into breast milk, they should be avoided when nursing. Before using this medication, talk to your doctor.


Q.Can I drive after taking a Headset tablet?

Dizziness, tiredness, and a spinning sensation are all possible side effects of using a headset tablet. If you suffer any of these negative effects, don't drive.

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