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More information about Kwells
Kwells is an effective treatment that can help those who suffer from motion sickness. Available in 300mcg tablets, Kwells are designed to melt in the mouth, making them extremely easy to take while on the move. The active ingredient contained is hyoscine hydrobromide, and they are the only travel medication that can be taken as late as 20-30 minutes before travel.
Travel sickness occurs when the brain becomes confused by contradictory signals received by the vestibular system (which controls things like balance) and the eyes. The vestibular system tells the brain that the body is experiencing motion, while the eyes tell the brain that the body is stationary. This confusion causes feelings of nausea.
The active ingredient in Kwells, hyoscine hydrobromide, effectively intercepts these signals, thereby preventing the vomiting reflex from being triggered and lessening symptoms.
Those who have experienced travel sickness will know how uncomfortable it can be, which is why medications such as Kwells are most beneficial for those who suffer from frequent bouts of motion sickness. This specific medication has the added advantage of being available in the form of a tablet that can be swallowed, sucked or chewed.
This method of delivery means the medication reaches the bloodstream fast so it is effective more quickly. For this reason, Kwells can be taken as late as 20 minutes before travel allowing for a more enjoyable journey.
When using Kwells tablets, the following instructions should be followed:
Please note, while kids can take Kwells, we only sell the treatment for usage by adults and the information on how to take the tablets provided here is only intended to be used as a guide for those over the age of 18.
Kwells tablets come in a standard 0.3mg (300mcg) dosage, which has been specifically formulated to maximise effectiveness whilst also minimising potential side effects.
Side effects are a slight possibility with this medication, but they will not affect everyone. Potential side effects may include:
Less common reactions include hallucinations and restlessness. Though very rare, there is a small possibility that an allergic reaction could occur, which could cause wheezing, breathing difficulties and a rash. If you experience any of these, you should contact your doctor and seek immediate medical assistance.
Travel sickness medicines are not suitable for use by everyone as there are certain conditions that may prevent its use, these include:
For these reasons, it is important to ensure your medical history is as accurate as possible, so our doctor can make the correct recommendation as to which travel sickness treatment is most suitable for you. Although there have been no adverse effects recorded, it is also essential that you mention if you are pregnant or breastfeeding before ordering Kwells.
For more information regarding the side effects, precautions, and interactions of Kwells tablets, please refer to our helpful patient leaflet. This will be included with your medication and is also available for download at the bottom of this page.
You can order Kwells online here at HealthExpress. All you need to do is complete our partner medical consultation which will be reviewed by one of our doctors. All our orders are delivered using our free next day service, ensuring you receive the medication you need in time for your travels. If you have any queries please don't hesitate to contact our friendly customer service team.
|Active ingredient(s)||Hyoscine Hydrobromide|
|Description||Kwells is a prescription treatment that is clinically proven to prevent the symptoms associated with motion sickness|
|Exemption||Subject to medical prescription|
|Application||Men and women over 18 who suffer from motion/travel sickness|
|Usage||Take 1 tablet every 6 hours as needed|
|Alcohol consumption||Avoid alcohol consumption|
|Breastfeeding/pregnancy||Not recommended, ask your doctor for alternatives|
Note: Decisions about treatment are for both the prescriber and the person to jointly consider during the consultation. However, the final decision will always be the prescriber’s.