Anxiety

Anxiety

Etizolam

What is Etizolam?

Etizolam is an effective anti-anxiety medicine that is similar to the benzodiazepine class of drugs. It is used to treat anxiety and short-term treatment of insomnia (sleeplessness).

Etizolam is ten times as potent as Valium. You are manifesting constant abuse or addiction to the drug. Etizolam is an illegal drug in the United States due to potency, but it can be prescribed in Japan, Italy, and India. However, you can buy online this tablet from USA etizolam vendor online, but you need to know etizolam USA vendor guidelines.

Etizolam tablets are prescribed oral therapy for the treatment of anxiety disorders such as panic attacks or generalized anxiety and depression in adult patients. Etilaam tablets act as anti-anxiety which relaxes the body’s skeletal muscles, thereby treating various medical conditions. Etilaam tablets are selective and have a high affinity for the alpha2 subunit of the postsynaptic GABA receptor.

In our online pharmacy, Etilaam tablets are available in the strength of 0.25 mg, 0.5 mg, 1 mg of Etizolam.

Uses of drug

Our customers buy Etizolam online for treating various short-term anxiety, panic attacks, and short-term insomnia. The working mechanism of benzodiazepine helps in increasing the activity of GABA in the body which subdues the irregular and free action in the brain by the nerve cells.

You will feel the effects of the drug within 30-60 minutes. It lasts up to an average period of 6-8 hours.

We recommend using a dosage of 1mg daily for not more than four weeks when treating anxiety of various nature and insomnia. If you feel Etizolam 0.5 mg does not have a strong enough effect on you, then you can increase the to the Etizolam 2mg dosage. The drug could lose its impact on the internal system when used frequently. Refrain from drinking alcohol. Etizolam 1mg is also not recommended for pregnant women or breastfeeding mothers.

Etizolam tablets are also useful for the treatment of situational anxiety such as panic attacks, phobic neurosis. Etilaam tablets (Generic Etizolam tablets) are used for the treatment of secondary psycho-somatic illnesses such as headache, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and hypertension.

If you are unsure, please consult with your doctor.

How it works

This drug works by increasing the action of GABA which is a chemical messenger to depress the abnormal central nervous system cell activities in the brain.

What are the side effects of Etizolam

Some side effects of Etizolam are as follows

•    Dizziness

•    Decrease inattentiveness

•    Impaired coordination of body leading to injuries and falls

•    Drowsiness through the day

•    A headache and vertigo

•    Confusion state of mind

•    Slurred speech

•    Muscle weakness and sleepiness

•    Stomach discomfort and pain

•    Memory problems and excessive salivation

•    Changes in libido

•    Loss of control of arm and legs

•    Visual disturbance

The long-term side effects of the drug are:

•    Loss of appetite

•    Lack of sex drive

•    The continuous state of depression

•    Society phobia

•    Stress and anhedonia (the inability to express any pleasure)

If any of these symptoms appear severely or even rarely then immediately consult your doctor

Highlights of Etizolam

Onset of action

The effect of this medicine can be observed within 30-60 minutes of oral administration.

Duration of effect

The effect of this medicine lasts for an average period of 6-8 hours which can extend further in case of a long and uninterrupted sleep after consumption.

Safe with alcohol?

MODERATE

Avoid the uptake of alcohol while using this medicine. Do not perform physical activities requiring mental alertness after taking this medicine. Contact your doctor and seek advice if side effects are experienced.

Is it habit forming?

This medicine possesses a moderate habit-forming potential.

Usage in pregnancy?

Use of this medicine in pregnant women is not recommended. Your doctor will prescribe a safer alternative after assessing the condition.

Usage while breastfeeding?

Use of this medicine in breastfeeding women is not recommended. Your doctor will prescribe a safer alternative after assessing the condition.


Etizolam Contradiction

Hypersensitivity to Etizolam is a contraindication. Also, Etizolam should not be used if you have the following conditions:

•    Acute angle closure glaucoma

•    Hypersensitivity

•    Myasthenia gravis

•    Pregnancy and lactation

•    Severe respiratory failure or hepatic impairment

All drugs interact differently for person to person. You should check all the possible interactions with your doctor before starting any medication.

Interaction with Alcohol

•    Description

- Use of alcohol while taking this medicine may cause severe nervous system depression resulting in excessive drowsiness, fall in blood pressure, impairment of thoughts and perception.

•    Instructions

- Avoid the uptake of alcohol while using this medicine. Do not perform physical activities requiring mental alertness after taking this medicine. Contact your doctor and seek advice if side effects are experienced.

Interaction with Medicine

•    Cetirizine

•    Cisapride

•    Clozapine

•    Ketoconazole

•    Metoclopramide

•    Morphine

•    Disulfiram

•    Clonidine

Disease interactions

•    Glaucoma

This medicine should be used with extreme caution in patients suffering from glaucoma. Appropriate tests should be performed to rule out narrow-angle glaucoma before starting the treatment course with this medicine.

•    Pulmonary insufficiency

This medicine should be used with extreme caution in patients having a condition where sufficient amount of blood is not reaching the lungs from the heart. The risk of severe to fatal breathing complications is high if this medicine is used in such patients.

•    Liver disease

This medicine should be used with caution in patients having an impairment of normal liver function. Appropriate dose adjustments and monitoring of liver enzyme levels are recommended. Alternative medicine should be considered if the impairment is severe.

Food interactions

•    Avoid the consumption of grapefruit juice while taking this medicine.

Lab interactions

•    Information not available.

Dosage

You should use Etilaam tablets precisely as recommended by your doctor. Your doctor may suggest a dosage of Etilaam tablets depending on your medical requirement, body weight, other medical conditions, and current medications. Try to maintain a regular schedule for the medication such that you take Etilaam tablets at the same time every day, to get the maximum benefit of the medication.

Your doctor may alter the dosage of Etilaam tablets and dosage period depending on your response to treatment. The maximum daily dosage of Etilaam should not exceed 3 mg. The recommended dosage for anxiety disorders is 0.25-0.5 mg Etizolam twice daily. The suggested dosage for panic disorders is 0.5 mg twice daily. Doctors recommend a dosage of 1-2 mg Etizolam daily during bedtime for patients who have insomnia (inability to sleep).

A treatment course constituting Etilaam tablets should not be prescribed for more than 12 weeks. Do not discontinue the course of treatment with Etilaam tablets without consulting your doctor. The treatment with Etilaam tablets should not be stopped abruptly. Instead, you should gradually decrease the dosage of Etilaam tablets to avoid the development of any undesirable withdrawal effects.

Missed Dose

Take the missed dose as soon as you remember. The missed dose can be skipped if it is almost the time for the next scheduled dose. Try not to miss any dose as the quantity and timings are very specific, and non-adherence could cause some additional side effect

Overdose

Report any incidence of overdose to the doctor immediately as the symptoms can be fatal, mainly if it is consumed by a child or a person using it without prescription. Symptoms of overdose may include a slower rate of breathing, decreased heartbeat rate, severe drowsiness, and fainting.

Etizolam Storage Instruction

Store the pack of Etilaam tablets (Generic Etizolam tablets) at room temperature (20 – 25°C), protected from heat, moisture, and sunlight. Retain the original packing of the medication and do not consume Etizolam tablets (Etilaam) beyond its expiration date printed on the blister pack.

Keep the pack of Etilaam tablets away from the reach of children and pets. Do not discard Etilaam tablets along with domestic waste or sewage. Consult your doctor or pharmacist about the correct method of disposal.

General Instruction

Take Etizolam anxiety dosage as instructed by the doctor. Your dose is likely to be modified by the doctor during treatment, and hence all changes should be followed appropriately. Do not consume this medicine in larger or smaller quantities than prescribed. You are likely to experience some side effects whenever there is a change in dose quantity or timings. The usage should be stopped gradually over time as instructed.

Interactions

Medical History

Before beginning the treatment with Etilaam tablets (Generic Etizolam tablets), discuss your personal and family medical history with your doctor.

Etilaam Interactions

Before beginning the oral therapy of Etilaam tablets, please inform your doctor of all your current medications including prescription drugs, over the counter medications, mineral supplements, herbal products, and vitamins. Hepatic microsomal enzymes such as CYP2C19 and CYP3A4 help to metabolize Etizolam. Drugs such as fluvoxamine inhibit these hepatic enzymes and increase the plasma concentration of the drug. The dosage of Etilaam tablets should be reduced while taking such drugs simultaneously. On the other hand, drugs such as carbamazepine decrease the concentration of the drug in the blood by increasing its metabolism in the system resulting in the rapid elimination of Etizolam from the body.

Etilaam Tablets and Alcohol

Patients on a course of treatment using Etilaam tablets should avoid the consumption of alcohol.

Etilaam Tablets - Driving and Other Activities

Etilaam tablets may make you light-headed or impair your vision. Avoid activities such as driving, using machinery, or performing any action that requires complete vigilance or perfect vision until you are sure about your safety.

Etilaam Tablets - Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

The effects of Etilaam tablets on pregnant and lactating women is still unknown. The risk of transmission of Etizolam through breast milk is unknown. Pregnant women and lactating mothers should consult their doctor if they are planning to start a family or start breastfeeding during Etilaam tablets.

Etilaam Tablets - Contraindications

Etilaam tablets are contraindicated in patients who have a known sensitivity to Etizolam or any other benzodiazepine. Patients suffering from myasthenia gravis, narrow-single glaucoma, severe acute respiratory failure, and severe hepatic insufficiency should not undergo treatment with Etilaam tablets. Women who are pregnant or are lactating should not consume Etilaam tablets.

Surgery and Regular Medical Tests

If you plan to have surgery or any dental procedure, inform your doctor or dentists about your course of Etilaam tablets (Generic Etizolam tablets). In case of an emergency medical treatment, please notify the practitioner of your course of Etilaam tablets and the details of your last dose.

Warnings

•    Pregnancy

- Use of this medicine in pregnant women is not recommended. Your doctor will prescribe a safer alternative after assessing the condition.

•    Breastfeeding

- Use of this medicine in breastfeeding women is not recommended. Your doctor will prescribe a safer alternative after assessing the condition.

General warnings

•    Suicidal thoughts and behavior

- Use of this medicine can cause suicidal thoughts and inclinations, and hence it should be given with extreme caution in patients having mental problems like depression, phobias, chronic psychoses, etc.

•    Impairment of liver/kidney function

- This medicine should be used with caution if you have an impairment of normal liver or kidney function. Appropriate dose adjustments and monitoring of liver/kidney function during treatment are recommended.

•    Alcohol/drug addiction

- This medicine should be used with extreme caution in patients with a history of alcohol or recreational drug abuse. The risk of severe adverse effects is significantly high in such cases.

•    Drowsiness and confusion

- Use of this medicine may cause drowsiness, confusion, impairment of thoughts and perception, etc. It is advised to refrain from activities that require a high level of mental alertness after taking this medicine.

•    Fall in blood pressure

- Use of this medicine in high doses can cause a fall in blood pressure leading to headaches, fainting, etc. It should be used with caution in patients having a higher/lower blood pressure than normal.

•    Use in the elderly

- This medicine should be used with caution in the elderly and bedridden patients as the risk of adverse effects are higher than normal patients.

•    Personality disorder

- This medicine should be used with caution in patients having personality disorders or Organic brain syndrome.

•    Withdrawal symptoms

- The use of this medicine should not be stopped abruptly as you are likely to experience symptoms like convulsions, behavioral disorder, tremor, and anxiety. A gradual reduction in the dose quantity is advised.

Classification

Effective February 19, 2018, rule 4729-11-02 of the Ohio Administrative Code classifies etizolam as a schedule I controlled substance depressant in Ohio. Etizolam has a pharmacological profile similar to that of classical benzodiazepines.

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