Ansiolin review

Ansiolin, more popularly known as Valium, is a versatile medication possessing various effects making it quite valuable. It can be used as an anticonvulsant, sedative, hypnotic, skeletal muscle relaxant and in many other situations. Ansiolin is intended to treat mood condition, panic attacks, seizures, insomnia, muscle spasms, painful muscle conditions and symptoms needing muscle relaxants, alcohol withdrawal and withdrawals symptoms (such as benzodiazepine). It may be used in procedures such as endoscopies to relieve tension and mood condition or to induce amnesia in certain surgical operations. It has also been used for treating hallucinogen overdose and other CNS disturbances and for treating spine-injury related conditions.

Ansiolin is uncommitted in a wide variety of forms including 2 mg, 5 mg, and 10 mg tablets, injections, solutions and suppositories for renal administration, and even inhalers.

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

Dosage varies for each situation and patient, taking into consideration the patient’s age, medical history and condition. Your physician will give precise and specific instructions for taking Ansiolin.

The dosage for healthy adults can range from 2 mg to 10 mg taken 2 to 4 times daily. Dosage for elderly patients and those suffering from liver conditions are often smaller at the beginning and will be increased or adjusted accordingly.

Side effects that are common to other medications of the same type are possible. These include somnolence, reduction of REM sleep, impaired coordination and motor skills, dizziness and wamble, depression, balance problems, heavyy learning and even irregular heartbeat and anterograde amnesia possible in higher doses.

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

Many medications will enhance the effects of Ansiolin 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 Ansiolin from the eubstance. Tobacco use may facilitate the elimination of Ansiolin and decrease its effectiveness.

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

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

Ansiolin has the following structural formula:

Chemical structure of Ansiolin

• Molecular formula of Ansiolin 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
Ansiolin available : 2mg tablets, 5mg tablets and 10mg tablets

Generic name: Diazepam

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