Alboral review

Alboral, more popularly known under the brand name Valium, is a versatile medication possessing various effects, which make it quite valuable. It has been used as an anticonvulsant, sedative, hypnotic, skeletal muscle relaxant and many other roles. Alboral is usually prescribed to treat anxiety, seizures, insomnia, muscle spasms, alcohol withdrawal and withdrawals symptoms (such as benzodiazepine). It may also be used in certain procedures such as endoscopies in order to relieve tension and anxiety or to induce amnesia in certain surgical operations.

It is usable in a wide variety of forms such as 2 mg, 5 mg, and 10 mg tablets, injections, solutions and suppositories for renal administration, and even inhalers.

It has been listed as one of the World Health Organization’s “Essential Drugs” for the minimum needs of each basic health care service and has been used to treat a wide variety of conditions – earning its reputation as one of the most prescribed medicaments in the whole world.

Alboral is indicated to treat a variety of different conditions and situations. It is prescribed to treat anxiety and panic attacks, for the short-term relief of insomnia and for painful muscle conditions and symptoms needing muscle relaxants. It has even been indicated for treating hallucinogen overdose and other CNS disturbances and for treating spine-injury related conditions.

Dosage for Alboral varies differently for each situation and affected role, taking into consideration the difference in age, medical history and condition. Your physician will be able to give more precise and specific instructions for taking Alboral.

Typically, the usual doses for healthy adults can range from 2 mg to 10 mg each dose taken, with the dose taken 2 to 4 times daily. Dosages for elderly people and those suffering from liver conditions are often smaller at the beginning and will be increased and adjusted accordingly.

Alboral may cause a host of side effects that are common to other medicaments of the same type. These side effects include drowsiness, reduction of REM sleep, impaired coordination and motor skills, dizziness and nausea, depression, balance problems, toilsomey learning and even irregular heartbeat and anterograde amnesia possible in higher doses.

There are some rare counter-intuitive side effects experienced such as anxiety, irritability, insomnia, and in some cases increased tendency for rage and violence.

Many medicaments will enhance and increase the effects of Alboral when taken together – these include barbiturates, narcotics, and anti depressants. It also increases the effect of alcohol in the central nervous system, lowering blood pressure and increasing the depressive effects. Oral contraceptives may also inhibit the elimination of Alboral form the body. Tobacco use may also facilitate the elimination of Alboral and decrease its effectiveness.

Alboral should be avoided when pregnant, particularly in the third trimester where significant risks exist for the infant to develop withdrawal symptoms from Alboral as well as develop impaired responses and hypotonia.

Alboral also faces potential for substance abuse, and can lead to withdrawal symptoms similar to barbiturate or alcohol dependence. Thus it is pressed that Alboral to be used only for short term treatments.

Alboral has the following structural formula:

Chemical structure of Alboral

• Molecular formula of Alboral is C16H13ClN2O
• Chemical IUPAC Name is 9-chloro-2-methyl-6-phenyl-2,5-diazabicyclo[5.4.0] undeca-5,8,10,12-tetraen-3-one
• Molecular weight is 284.74 g/mol
Alboral available : 2mg tablets, 5mg tablets and 10mg tablets

Generic name: Diazepam

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