Valium is one of the most popular medications for the treatment of depression and anxiety attacks. It provides a soothing effect and controls the activity of your brain. It works along with the GABA neurotransmitters and classified as a central nervous system drug.
Brand Valium, or generic Diazepam was invented in early 60s and till these days is one of the most widespread and commonly used anxiolytic drugs. Doctors recommend their patients Valium in such cases as neurosis, anxiety, mental illnesses and even insomnia.
Diazepam is a member of the benzodiazepine family. Benzodiazepines are sedatives that cause dose-related depression of the central nervous system. They are useful in treating anxiety, insomnia, seizures, and muscle spasms.
Diazepam is used for the short-term relief of symptoms related to anxiety disorders. Diazepam is also used for the treatment of agitation, tremors, delirium, seizures, and hallucinations as a result of alcohol withdrawal. Diazepam is also used for relief of muscle spasms in certain neurological diseases. Diazepam is used to abort active seizures and can be combined with other drugs in treating severe recurrent seizures.
Diazepam may be taken with or without food. Diazepam is metabolized by the liver and excreted mainly by the kidney. Dosages of diazepam may need to be lowered in patients with abnormal kidney function.
It is available in 3 different dosages: 2, 5 and 10 mg. Oral Solution: 1 mg/ml, 5 mg/ml. Injection Solution: 5 mg/ml. Intramuscular Device: 10 mg/2 ml.
INTERACTIONS WITH OTHER DRUGS
Diazepam may have a stronger than expected effect if used in conjunction with cimetidine (an antacid more commonly known as Tagamet), omeprazole (an antacid more commonly known as Prilosec), erythromycin (an antibiotic), ketoconazole (an antifungal drug), fluoxetine (an anti-anxiety medication), or propranolol (a heart medication).
Even if you have found a place, where it is possible to buy Valium online cheap medication, it does not insure you against side effects of not properly used Diazepam.
So, remember, if you notice even one of these states - contact your doctor as soon as possible:
confusion and depression;
increased or decreased libido;
reduction in blood pressure;
any respiratory disorders;
Diazepam can lead to addiction (dependency), especially when higher dosages are used over prolonged periods of time. In patients addicted to diazepam or after prolonged use, abrupt discontinuation may cause symptoms of withdrawal (insomnia, headaches, nausea, vomiting, lightheadedness, sweating, anxiety, and fatigue). Seizures can occur in more severe cases of withdrawal. Therefore, after extended use, diazepam should be slowly tapered under a doctor's supervision rather than abruptly stopped.