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Being a tranquilizer, Valium reduces such unpleasant feelings and conditions such as fear, anxiety, and emotional tension. In addition, the drug provides a significant hypnotic effect, which allows to use it in many problematic situations accompanied by sleep disorders.
The anticonvulsant and muscle relaxant effect (muscle relaxation effect) of the drug deserves special mention.
One of the indisputable advantages of Valium is its good tolerance. The likelihood of side effects is very small, so we can talk about the high safety of the drug.
To date, Sibazon (diazepam) is one of the most popular tranquilizer drugs in medical circles, used to treat and treat a huge number of disorders and diseases.
Indications for use
Valium is prescribed as:
sedation for psychomotor agitation; in dermatological practice, it is used for pruritic dermatoses;
anxiolytic agent in acute anxiety-phobic and anxiety-depressive states and alcoholic psychoses with withdrawal symptoms;
muscle relaxant and anticonvulsant for muscle spasms of central origin in neurodegenerative diseases, including injuries of the spine, lumbago and cervical radiculitis.
Preparation for surgical interventions and diagnostic procedures.
Indications of Valium
Valium is prescribed for the treatment of:
Neurotic disorders (anxiety-phobic disorders, schizophrenia, neurosis, obsessive-compulsive disorder, asthenic neurosis, somatoform disorders, etc.)
Withdrawal conditions (against the background of prolonged use of alcoholic beverages, as well as ІІ and ІІІ stages of alcoholism)
Increased muscle tone (hypertonicity)
Chronic progressive polyarthritis
Spastic cerebral palsy
Increased blood pressure, as well as primary and secondary hypertension
Dysphoria (painfully lowered mood)
Insomnia of various genesis
Spastic conditions caused by injuries
Pain in the spine, namely vertebral syndrome
Pathological involuntary movements (athetosis)
Inflammation of the bursae (so-called “bursitis”)
Pain behind the sternum (angina)
Psychosomatic disorders in gynecology
Menopause and PMS
Late toxicosis (gestosis)
Diseases characterized by itching (scabies)
Meniere’s Disease (non-inflammatory disease of the inner ear, manifested by attacks of spinning dizziness and tinnitus)
The drug is used in general anesthesia as one component of the drug complex, and also for premedication before surgery. In psychiatric practice, the medication is applied to reduce motor arousal, paranoid conditions complicated by hallucinations, as well as to facilitate labor in case of placental abruption.
Way of use and dosage
In the case of internal administration, the dosage should be prescribed individually, based on the patient’s condition, the body’s reaction to the drug, as well as the nature of the disease.
In this case, the average adult dose is 5-15 mg per dose. It can be increased to 20 mg in case of severe emotional stress (intense fear, anxiety, etc.) The maximum daily dose is 60 mg of the drug (divided into 2-3 intakes), while an average dose usually varies between 15 and 45 mg (2-3 intakes).
Valium dosage may vary depending on the disease and the patient’s age. In addition, Sibazon can be administered intravenously or intramuscularly.
The drug should be taken with caution and under the supervision of the attending physician by elderly people, patients with epilepsy, renal failure, cerebral ataxia, spinal ataxia, liver failure, hyperkinetic conditions, drug dependence, a history of drug addiction, organic CNS lesions, hypoproteinemia and sleep apnea.
The oral form of Valium is contraindicated for children under 6 months, while the parenteral form is not intended for babies under 1 month. Valium must not be combined with ethanol.