Frisium review

Frisium is a brand name for the drug clobazam. It is prescribed in tablets for the treatment of insomnia and other sleep disturbances, especially those associated with anxiety, and in some countries it is prescribed for the treatment of seizures. It belongs to a group of medications called benzodiazepines, which work through their action upon the chemicals in the brain. Most benzodiazepines such as Frisium should only be taken as a short term treatment, or up to a month or less. When used for a long period of time, Frisium can be addictive, so it should be used for a shorter period of time and closely supervised by your doctor.

Some people should not take Frisium. If you have an allergy to clobazam or any medicine classified as a benzodiazepine, you should not take this medication. If you have a severe or chronic lung disease, or if you have a history of drug abuse, Frisium could be dangerous for you. Other conditions that would keep you from taking Frisium include myasthenia gravis, or weakness of the muscles, sleep apnea, or reduced function of your liver. It is not recommended for use while a woman is breast feeding, since the medication passes into breast milk and may make a nursing baby drowsy or cause feeding difficulties. You should also let your doctor know if you have now or have ever had diseases of your kidney, lungs, or liver, if you have epilepsy or another seizure disorder, if you have low blood pressure, if you have glaucoma, or if you suffer from mental disorders such as depression, psychosis, or schizophrenia. If you regularly drink alcohol, your tolerance to alcohol will be reduced, and the effects of the Frisium will be increased, so it is recommended that you stop drinking alcohol or curtain your use sharply during the course of your treatments with Frisium.

Some of the side effects that may be experienced with Frisium are expected to be minor and temporary, as your body adjusts to the presence of the medication. Some of the common side effects include drowsiness or fatigue, dizziness, tremor, sweating, aching muscles, spasms, lack of balance, loss of memory, confusion, difficulty concentrating, depression, headaches, malaise—especially in the mornings, nausea and vomiting, constipation or diarrhea, weight gain, dry mouth, slurred speech, blurred vision, rash, and changes in libido. Other side effects are more rare but also more serious. These can include sudden anxiety or nervousness, hallucinations, severe sleep disturbances, irritability or aggressiveness, or difficulty breathing. If you experience any of these you should contact your doctor immediately, or seek emergency medical treatment. Allergic reactions are rare, but show up as rash, itching, swelling, severe dizziness, or difficulty breathing. You should contact your doctor immediately if you experience any of these.

Frisium is not recommended for use during pregnancy, as it may cause harm to the developing fetus or complicate the pregnancy. It is not recommended for use while nursing, and it has not been evaluated for use by children, so it is not recommended for pediatric use.

Frisium has the following structural formula:

Chemical structure of frisium

• Molecular weight is 300.7396 g/mol
Frisium available : 10mg tablets

Generic name: Clobazam

Brand name(s): Chlorepin, Clorepin, Mystan, Urbadan, Urbanyl

  Your Frisium review