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Niaprazine (Nopron) is a piperazine derivative drug which acts as a sedating antihistamine. It was invented in the 1970s , and is used in France, Italy and other european countries. It is mainly prescribed for its relatively strong sedative effects rather than as an antihistamine, and is used mainly for treating autism  and insomnia  in children and adolescents. Common side effects are: sedation during the day (especially during the first few days of treatment) and dizziness.
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