Etizolam has several brand names to its credit such as Depas, Etilaam, Etizola, Etizest or Pasaden and it is one type of benzodiazepine analog. A molecule of Etizolam is different in comparison with a benzodiazepine and here the benzene ring is not present. Instead there is a thiophene ring. Therefore, this medicine is thienodiazepine. Some of the basic properties of the medicine are: hypnotic, amnesic, sedative, anticonvulsant, anxiolytic and skeletal muscle relaxant.
When is Etizolam indicated?
Some of the basic indications of Etizolam are:
• Short term treatment of panic attacks. • Short term treatment of insomnia.
What is the minimum dosage for Etizolam?
Depending on the reason of the usage, the dosage should be something between 0.5 mg -2 mg per day. Please note that actual dosage may vary from one person to another and you should consult a doctor before going for this medicine. Remember that Etizolam is usually available in white powder form or pellets of 1 mg and 2 mg.
Basic Information about Etizolam
Etizolam is known to be thienodiazepine derivative and it is usually absorbed pretty fast. You will generally experience peak plasma levels within 30 minutes, at maximum, it may take 2hours. The mean elimination half-life is usually 3.5 hours. Etizolam works at par with the other short-acting benzodiazepines. It has some hypnotic properties as well. This medicine is known to bind non-selectively to the benzodiazepine receptor subtypes. The medicine is known to have prolactogenic effects and as a result, it increases the blood levels of prolactin significantly.
Different Interactions of Etizolam
Usually, it has been seen that fluvoxamine and Itraconazole slow down the elimination rate of Etizolam. It usually leads to accumulation of Etizolam and hence, increases the pharmacological effects of the same. On the other hand, Carbamazepine is known to speed up the Etizolam metabolism. Etizolam is known to have a strong synergistic effect with ethanol and consequences of co-ingestion can cause serious health issues such as: severe respiratory depression, amnesia or even death in extreme situations.
What are the Side Effects of Using Etizolam?
Some of the side effects of using Etizolam are mentioned below:
With long term usage of Etizolam, you can suffer from Blepharospasms. In rare scenarios, you can even start suffering from Erythema annulare centrifugum.
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