ETIZOLAM belongs to benzodiazepine which is a class of ‘anxiolytic’ or anxiety reducer. It is primarily used for the treatment of panic disorders, anxiety disorders, and insomnia. Anxiety is a mental health condition linked to dread, anxiety, and overly tense feelings. A sleep problem called insomnia makes it difficult to get to sleep or stay asleep. A kind of anxiety illness known as panic disorder involves abrupt emotions of terror even when there is no actual risk, along with accompanying symptoms like a rapid heartbeat.
Etizolam reduces the feeling of anxiousness, induces sleep, and relaxes muscles to reduce fits and episodes. It works by inducing the amount of a chemical messenger responsible for naturally calming the nerves, GABA. Therefore, it relaxes your tensed mental state and muscles and helps you fall asleep quickly and soundly.
Make sure to take ETIZOLAN as prescribed by your doctor. You doctor or physician will advice you the dosage based on your medical health condition. The side effects of ETIZOLAM are ataxia which affect balance and coordination, drowsiness, dysarthria or difficulty in speech, involuntary eye movement, and blepharospasm (involuntary movement of eyelids . The majority of these adverse effects of ETIZOLAM progressively go away over time without the need for medical care. However, please see a doctor if the adverse effects worsen or persist.
Please let your doctor know if you have a history of allergies to any medications, including ETIZOLAM. Before using ETIZOLAM, tell your doctor if you are pregnant or nursing. ETIZOLAM should be administered to older individuals with caution due to an increased risk of side effects such sleepiness, muscular weakness, and dizziness.
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