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Axona Coupon & Discounts

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Axona is not a drug. It is a medical food or prescription supplement used to treat Alzheimer’s patients with mild to moderate symptoms. Axona can be taken in addition to other medications for Alzheimer’s. Axona costs around $85-$90 for a month’s supply. If your insurance doesn’t adequate ... Read more

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Axona Information:

What is Axona?

Axona is a medical food. Medical foods treat a disease or illness through dietary means and have been approved by the FDA to treat the illnesses they are indicated to treat. Research has shown that diminished glucose metabolism in the brain is a contributing factor to Alzheimer’s symptoms. The brain relies on glucose for fuel. Cells transform glucose into ATP, which drives cell functions and synaptic activity in the brain. Diminished glucose metabolism starts to occur several years before Alzheimer’s symptoms develop. Luckily, cells are able to use keytones as an alternative fuel source to produce ATP when there is a lack of glucose. Axona works by increasing the level of keytones in blood so that brain cells can utilize them to create ATP. Axona is approved to treat mild to moderate Alzheimer’s disease. The main ingredient in Axona is caprylic triglyceride, a type of fatty acid that can be found in natural sources like coconut oil.

 

How do I take Axona?

Axona comes in the form of a powder that is to be mixed with water for consumption. In clinical studies, Axona was only mixed with water, but the product remains stable when it is mixed with other foods or drinks such as juice, milk or yogurt. One packet of Axona is normally prescribed per day, and it should be consumed after a meal, preferably after lunch or dinner. Always follow your doctor’s dosing instructions and ask him or her about what products you can mix with Axona if you have any doubts. Axona can be mixed in a blender as well as in a shaker. It can be stored pre-mixed in a food or beverage for up to 24 hours in the refrigerator.

Before taking Axona, tell your doctor if:

You are allergic to milk or soy, or any of the ingredients in Axona.
You have diabetes.
You have a history of alcohol dependency or abuse.
You have high triglycerides or high cholesterol levels.
You are taking any other prescription or nonprescription drugs, vitamins or supplements.

What are the possible side effects of taking Axona?

Possible side effects from taking Axona are mostly gastrointestinal. These include diarrhea, gas and indigestion. Other side effects include headache and dizziness. If any of these side effects are severe or don’t go away, tell your doctor. If you experience any serious side effects not listed here, report them to your doctor immediately.

What if I forget to take a dose of Axona?

If you miss a dose of Axona, take the missed dose as soon as you remember. If it’s almost time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and continue on your normal routine. Do not take a double dose to try to compensate for a missed one.

How do I store Axona?

Store Axona in its original packaging at room temperature. Protect the product from light and moisture.

What happens if I overdose on Axona?

Serious adverse effects from overdose on Axona are unlikely since it is a medical food. Overuse may result in diarrhea. If you think you are using too much of this product, talk to your doctor.

Warnings

Because Axona also contains vitamins and minerals, be sure to talk to your doctor about any other vitamins or supplements you are taking to avoid overdose. Also tell your doctor about other medications you are taking. Dizziness may occur when some medications are combined with Axona.

 

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Axona is currently the only brand name for Axona and the only prescription product of this type on the market. Use our Axona discount coupons to save as much as 75% when you fill your prescription for this medical food.

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