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Generic Valium Used for Anxiety, Alcohol Addiction, Spasticity, Musculoskeletal Conditions

Diazepam (Valium) is a medicine used to help with muscle spasms, anxiety as well as signs of withdrawal from alcohol. Sometimes, it may be used in conjunction with other medications to control seizures. It is typically taken orally at least twice a day. It’s also available as an injection given at the hospital by a medical professional or nasal sprays that are only approved to control seizures. Diazepam (Valium) isn’t intended to be used long-term as it can increase the chance of developing dependence. The most frequent adverse consequences associated with diazepam (Valium) include insomnia dizziness, sleepiness, and muscle weakness.

How Does it Works?

Diazepam (Valium) is a cannabinoids. It slows down the activity of your spinal cord and brain to reduce anxiety and muscle spasms and seizures.

  • Disorders of anxiety and symptoms of anxiety that are short-term in nature
  • A withdrawal from alcohol symptoms
  • Certain kinds of spasticity or muscle spasms such as athetosis and stiff-person syndrome (SPS)
  • Sicknesses (along with other medicines)

What are the Side Effects of Diazepam?

Serious Side Effects

Get in touch with your doctor immediately If you are experiencing any of the below.
  • Suicidal behavior or thoughts of self-harm
  • Trouble breathing or slowing down
  • Severe sedation sleepiness and confusion memory issues Slurred speech loss of consciousness
  • The withdrawal symptoms : headaches, seizures and insomnia. attacks Irritability, restlessness hallucinations

These side-effects could be less severe with the course of time, as your body becomes adjusted to the medication. Contact your physician immediately if you continue suffer from these symptoms or if they become worse as time passes.
Mild Effects:

  • Sleepiness
  • Tiredness
  • Dizziness
  • Muscle weakness
  • Troubles with balance or coordination

Adverse Effects:

  • Confusion
  • Depression
  • Trouble with speech
  • Nausea
  • Headache
  • Vision blurred
  • Feeling extremely nervous or excited
  • Changes in sleep and behavior
    Details on Dosage
    Adults between the ages of 18 and age 64:

    • Anxiety A typical dose for anxiety is two mg per mouth two to four times per day.
    • Spasms in muscles: A typical dose for starting is 2 mg taken by mouth three to four times a day.
    • Retardation from alcohol A typical dosage is 10 mg taken orally 3 or 4 times over the initial 24 hours. Then, it’s 5 mg per day, three to four times per day according to the amount needed.
    • Seizures It is common to start with a dose is 2 mg taken by mouth, 2 to 4 times per day.

Adults 65 years old or older: The typical starting dose for all of the conditions listed above is 2 mg per day by mouth every day, either 1 or 2 times. Your physician will increase the dose gradually and only if needed.
Children aged 6 months or older: The typical starting dose for all of the conditions mentioned above is 1 mg taken orally 3 to 4 times per day. The doctor will increase the dose slowly and only if absolutely needed.
Additionally, there’s an injectable form of diazepam (Valium) which is administered via in the vein (IV) or through the muscle (IM). Your doctor will decide the right dose for you based on the reason for which you’re taking it.

Interaction with Other Drugs 

Diazepam (Valium) can be a problem with certain medications or other supplements. Make sure you inform your doctor or pharmacist be aware of any other medications or supplements (including prescription and over-the-counter medicines as well as vitamins and herbal or dietary supplements) you’re currently taking. The information below is not exhaustive and does not include all potential interactions with Diazepam (Valium). Be aware that this list only includes the generic name for each drug is listed below.
Utilizing this medicine in conjunction together with any of the following medications is not recommended. Your doctor might decide to not prescribe this medication or alter any other medications you are taking.

  • Flumazenil
  • Combining this medication in conjunction with the following medicines is typically not advised, however it may be necessary in certain situations. If two medicines are prescribed in conjunction and your doctor recommends a change in the dose or frequency you take either of the drugs.
    • Abametapir
    • Alfentanil
    • Alprazolam
    • Amobarbital
    • Benzhydrocodone
    • Butalbital
    • Butorphanol
    • Calcifediol
    • Calcium Oxybate
    • Cannabidiol
    • Carbinoxamine
    • Cobicistat
    • Codene
    • Esketamine
    • Eslicarbazepine Acetate
    • Ethchlorvynol
    • Primidone
    • Propofol
    • Remimazolam
    • Scop

Utilizing this medicine in conjunction together with the following medications can result in an increased chance of experiencing certain adverse effects, however having both medications in combination could be the most effective treatment for you. If both medications are prescribed in combination, your physician could alter the dose or frequency of use one or both medications.

 

 

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