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Disclaimer! By reading the information presented on our website, clients acknowledge that there is a legal age – 18 or 21 years old (depending on your country’s law for adulthood) that if you are underage, you cannot order Diazepam online. Also, clients acknowledge that there is a possibility of incomplete information in the following sections – “Why certain patients must avoid Diazepam 10mg,” “Combinations of other medications and Diazepam,” and “Side (Adverse) Effects.” Therefore, it is critical to consult with your doctor before beginning any treatment with this medication.
What is Diazepam?
This is a medication that first entered the medical market under the brand name of Valium. Diazepam belongs to the benzodiazepine family as it produces a calming effect. The benzodiazepine family contains a variety of psychoactive medications that produce a calming (sedative) effect to the brain; thus, relaxing a patient to the point that there is no lack of sleep, muscle tension, or other related problems that people usually experience when under stress.
Why must certain patients avoid Diazepam 10mg?
Although this medication is safe to take, there are certain health conditions that can cause problems or put users at risk.
Tell your doctor if you have or have had in the past (or recently):
- Sleep apnea – this is a disorder where abnormal pauses in breathing (while asleep) occur
- Porphyria – this is an inherited condition that causes abdominal pain and skin blisters
- Phobia – a mental illness where fear is present. Patients must tell their doctors if they have other mental illnesses
- Signs of allergy to Diazepam, other benzodiazepine medications, or are allergic to any of the ingredients of the medicine
- Myasthenia gravis – this is a condition that causes muscles to get tired very easily or to become weak
- Severe breathing problems such as shallow or slow breathing
- If you are pregnant, are planning to become pregnant, or if you are breastfeeding. If any of those factors are present, you should not take Diazepam because the baby may have (during labor) low body temperature, breathing difficulties, or floppiness. If you are taking the medication during pregnancy, the fetus may develop withdrawal symptoms. Before taking Diazepam (while pregnant, during labor, or while breastfeeding), talk to your doctor in order to avoid potential health problems or complications for you and the baby.
- Severe liver disorder
- Symptoms of Depression or Hyperactivity
Tell your doctor if you also have or recently had:
- Arteriosclerosis – poor blood supply to the brain
- Breathing difficulties
- Severe Kidney Failure
- Suicidal thoughts
- Personality Disorder
- History of Epilepsy or Seizures
- If you are smoking or have recently stopped smoking
- A history of drug abuse and alcohol abuse
- Low Blood Levels
- Problems with Lungs or Heart
Tell your doctor if you experience any of the symptoms or signs listed here after you start taking Diazepam:
- Dependence – if this medication is taken for a long period of time, at high doses, or both, dependence becomes a risk factor, especially with people who have had a history of alcohol and drug abuse.
- Amnesia – (partial or complete). This is likely to occur if a patient suffering from this condition takes Diazepam in higher doses
- Mental side effects. If you start experiencing unpleasant reactions, such as:
- Tolerance – if the sedative is not working after taking it for a few weeks, then talk to your doctor, and your GP may prescribe a different medication increase or reduce your doses, depending on the case
Combinations of other medications and Diazepam
If you are taking medications, such as:
- Antipsychotics, for instance, Clozapine
- Strong painkillers
- Antidepressants, for example, Fluvoxamine or Fluoxetine
- Medications for Mental Disorders
- Drugs that treat Epilepsy
- Muscle relaxants
- Medicine for high blood pressure
- Other sedatives
- If you will be undergoing a procedure or any type of operation that requires general anesthetics, you need to inform your surgeon and anesthetic as well that you are taking Diazepam tablets
The medicines listed here may restrain your breathing, blood pressure, can increase the need for sleep, or affect your mental abilities when combined with Diazepam.
Tell your doctor if you are taking any of these medications, especially:
- Valproic Acid
- The following drugs that are prescribed to treat Epilepsy: Carbamazepine, Phenobarbital, Phenytoin, and, Sodium Valproate
- Alpha Blockers
- Oral contraceptives. When Diazepam and birth control pills are combined, the effectiveness of the contraceptive does not change. However, there have been some reports of bleeding that occur when mixing these medicines
What does it treat?
Diazepam is used for a variety of treatments, some of which include health conditions, and others are related to particular symptoms as described below.
Treatment for adults only:
- Benzodiazepine withdrawal syndrome – this is due to dependence from the use of other drugs
- Muscle spasms – prescribed to treat involuntary movements of the muscles
- Anxiety – prescribed to treat symptoms of anxiety and fear
- Seizures – prescribed to treat uncontrolled jerking movements (fits)
- Trouble sleeping – prescribed to treat patients who experience problems staying asleep or falling asleep
- Preventative Treatment for Oxygen Toxicity – prescribed to treat the following symptoms, such as twitching of the muscles
- Overdose on Cocaine, Methamphetamine, and LSD.
- Vertigo – prescribed to treat patients who experience and feel that everything around is spinning around
- Alcohol withdrawal syndrome – prescribed to treat alcohol abuse. This condition happens when a person has been drinking alcohol for an extended period of time
- Agitation – it is usually due to Dementia, which can lead to aggression or agitation
- Paresis – Neurologists describe this condition as “weakness,” of voluntary movement
- Restless legs syndrome -treating symptoms of strong urges of patients to move their leg or legs
- Panic attacks – treating symptoms such as sudden fear, sweating, shaking, also very common is the shortness of breath, and other related symptoms caused by this condition
- Stiff Person Syndrome – treating progressive stiffness. If proper action is not taken, spasms can appear, and that can lead to postural deformities
Treatment for children:
- Cerebral spasticity – this is a condition that causes tension and irritability. It usually happens when a child has experienced trauma, has a disease that affects the brain or spinal cord. Other symptoms of this condition include rigidity, stiffness, weakness, and uncontrolled or involuntary movements
Treatment for adults and children:
- Tetanus – this is an infection, which is characterized by muscle spasm. When the spasms become severe, a patient could even fracture his or her bones
- Reducing anxiety or fear before going to the dentist
- Reducing fear and anxiety before an operation or other medical procedure
Food, Alcohol, Caffeine, and Juice interactions with Diazepam
- Grapefruit juice is not harmful on its own, but it is combined with this medication, the amount of Diazepam can increase in your blood.
- Before taking this sedative, talk to your doctor about grapefruit because some of the food may be reduced or completely eliminated from your diet, depending on the case. However, do not stop eating all grapefruit from your meals before talking to a medical caregiver
- Do not drink coffee or other liquid that has caffeine because they give energy, and Diazepam has a calming effect – they contradict each other. Caffeine will reduce the effectiveness of the medication
- Do not drink any alcohol because the sedating effect of the drug will most likely increase
Side (Adverse) Effects
NOTE! The list of side effects presented under this section does not contain all possible adverse effects that could happen. Before treatment, patients should seek advice and consultation from their medical caregiver.
Although Diazepam is generally safe to take, it does have side effects. They do not occur very often, but even if or when they do, they do not last for a long time. Most of the unpleasant reaction does happen rarely when patients begin treatment for the first time. However, they do go away on their own.
Common – have an effect on more than 1 users out of 10:
More common – have an effect on 1 to 10 users out of 100:
- Loss of coordination
- Withdrawal symptoms
- Ataxia – muscle movements
Uncommon – have an effect on 1 to 10 users out of 1,000:
- Increased salivation
- Stomach and intestinal problems include vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, nausea
- Memory loss
- A headache
- Muscle weakness
- Problems concentrating
- Slurred speech
- Allergic skin reactions, such as skin rash, redness and swelling, and itching
- Balance disorders
Rare – have an effect on 1 to 10 users out of 10,000:
- Breast enlargement in men
- Low blood pressure
- Decrease in alertness
- Increase in appetite
- Inability to urinate properly or control of the bladder
- Dry mouth
- Blood disorders such as infection, sore throat, and nosebleeds
- Heart problems
Very rare – have an effect on 1 user out of 10,000:
- Leukopenia – lower levels of the white blood cells
- Transaminase – a higher level of specific enzyme in the blood
If any of the side effects listed above occur and are persistent or get worse, contact your doctor immediately, or have someone escort you to the nearest hospital for a proper treatment. If that is also not an option, then call an ambulance as soon as you can.
How to Store Diazepam
- Store at room temperature
- Keep in a dry area and away from direct sunlight
- Pills should be kept away from the reach and sight of children and pets
- Do not dispose of any medication in any household garbage
- Do not dispose of any medicine in wastewater or running water
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