Amaryl , also medically known as glimepiride, is an oral tablet form sulfonylurea used to treat type 2 (non-insulin dependent) diabetes .
Amaryl stimulates the pancreas to make more insulin, as well as changes the body to become more sensitive to insulin absorption. It may be taken with or without insulin.
The tablet is normally taken once a day with the first meal. As a result, the blood sugar levels in patients with high blood sugar can be controlled and lowered by Amaryl .
There are some unpleasant symptoms of low blood sugar, including sweating, light headache, seizures, shakiness, dizziness, confusion and nervousness.
Amaryl is also prescribed for other uses, as suggested by your doctor.