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Buy Generic Glyceryl Trinitrate Spray Online

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Glyceryl Trinitrate Spray Description

If you experience the pain of angina, you should talk to your doctor about Glyceryl Trinitrate Spray. This is a generic medicine that you spray under your tongue (sublingual) where there is a large supply of blood vessels that allows Glyceryl Trinitrate Spray to be absorbed quickly to relieve the pain and discomfort you feel. The pain is due to the heart muscle not receiving a sufficient supply of blood and oxygen as it tries to keep up when you are physically exerting yourself or at times of stress. The generic alternative is not manufactured by the company that makes the brand product.

How Glyceryl Trinitrate Works as Nitric Oxide in Your Body

Once you spray Glyceryl Trinitrate under your tongue, it is converted by your body into a chemical called nitric oxide. This chemical is naturally produced by your body, but factors such as smoking, age, high cholesterol, or a fatty diet can reduce the amount your body produces. Nitric oxide can cause your veins and arteries to relax and dilate to make room for a better blood flow so your heart isn’t straining to pump blood around your body. As your veins widen, the amount of blood returning to your heart is decreased and pumping that blood back out is made easier. There is no cure for angina, but Glyceryl Trinitrate Spray can help treat and prevent the painful attacks.

More About Angina

Angina is not a disease but a symptom usually caused by coronary artery disease (CAD). Your heart muscle’s blood and oxygen is supplied by your coronary arteries. CAD indicates that your coronary arteries are becoming clogged up with fatty deposits that impair proper blood flow. Any kind of physical exertion causes the cells in your heart to require more oxygen and blood, but your coronary arteries are narrowed from the build-up of deposits so your nervous system protests by sending pain signals to your brain that your heart is in distress.

You should not ignore the signs of angina because they are much like you would experience during a heart attack which means time is limited before permanent cell death can occur. Listen to your body and see your doctor regularly. Eat healthier, lose weight, and quit smoking.

Before You Use Glyceryl Trinitrate Spray

If you are pregnant, may become pregnant or are breast feeding, ask your doctor if Glyceryl Trinitrate Spray could be harmful. Disclose other medical conditions or allergies you have and provide a list of any over the counter and prescription drugs you currently take, including herbal remedies and dietary or vitamin supplements. This will assist your doctor in determining if it is safe for you to buy Glyceryl Trinitrate Spray and take as directed.

Glyceryl Trinitrate Spray Precautions and Recommendations

The effects of Glyceryl Trinitrate Spray last for twenty to thirty minutes so you should wait to drive or undertake any task that may be considered risky. If the pain has not subsided after five minutes, use Glyceryl Trinitrate Spray up to two more times and if there is still no change, seek medical help immediately. If you know you will be exerting yourself by exercising or moving heavy items, administer one or two sprays to help prevent an angina attack from occurring. Keep all meds out of children’s reach and never share them with anyone else.

Possible Side Effects of Glyceryl Trinitrate Spray

  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Feeling weak
  • Flushing as body adjusts to drug

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