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What is Ativan?
Ativan is a relaxation pill. Ativan belongs to a class of drugs called benzodiazepines. The prolonged use of Ativan can lead to physical and psychological dependency due to a variety of factors, including genetic and personal history. People with a history of drug and/or alcoholism or untreated mental illness are at higher risk for Ativan addiction.
Ativan is a trademark of Lolaxi, an anti-anxiety medication that is also used to treat other diseases from insomnia to epilepsy. It is classified as a long-acting benzophenone due to its high effectiveness and is rarely prescribed for longer than four months. Ativan is usually prescribed during detoxification to control withdrawal symptoms.
How to use Ativan
Lorazepam is a generic form of the branded drug Ativan, used to treat anxiety and relieve anxiety related to depression.
It is also used to treat insomnia, epilepsy, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), agitation due to alcohol withdrawal, nausea, and vomiting from cancer treatment. The drug belongs to a class called benzodiazepines and can be obtained in the form of oral tablets, concentrates, and injections. Loraxi m injections are used in the form of injections in emergency situations to treat prolonged seizures. It should also be taken before surgery to make sleepy people sleepy, reduce anxiety, and reduce recall of surgery and other medical procedures.
Side effects Of Ativan
Because Ativan uses prescription drugs legally, some people cannot tell that they are misusing drugs. Overdosing on Ativan, drugs took longer than prescribed, and times taken longer than prescribed are considered abuse. Using Ativan to achieve high goals without a prescription is also an abuse.
Ativan helps balance chemicals in the brain that can cause anxiety. In particularly high doses, Ativan binds to certain receptors in the brain and creates a short, intense, high-intensity state that then lasts for a long period of rest.
- Euphorically high
- Feeling of calm
- Muscle relaxation
Precautions Of Ativan
Before you start taking any medication, tell your doctor about possible diseases or allergies, the medication you are taking, whether you are pregnant or breastfeeding, and other important facts about your health. These factors may affect how you should use this medicine.
Allergic reactions: Some people can have severe allergic reactions to the drug. Signs of allergic reactions include severe rashes, hives, swelling of the face or throat, or difficulty breathing. In this case, see a doctor immediately.
Elderly or weak patients may be more likely to accept the calming effects of Lorazir m. Therefore, these patients should be monitored frequently and the dose carefully adjusted to the patient’s response. The starting dose should not exceed 2 mg.
Occasionally, contradicting reactions occur when using benzodiazepines. Such reactions are more likely to occur in children and the elderly. If these conditions occur, the drug should be discontinued. The usual preventive measures to treat patients with impaired kidney or liver function should be followed.
As with all benzodiazepines, using Lorazil m can worsen hepatic encephalopathy. Therefore, patients with severe hepatic insufficiency and/or encephalopathy should use Lorazil with caution. The dose of patients with severe hepatic insufficiency should be carefully adjusted to the patient’s response. A lower dose may be sufficient in such patients. In patients with gastrointestinal or cardiovascular disease that coexist with anxiety, it should be noted that Lorazir m does not show significant benefits in the treatment of gastrointestinal or cardiovascular disease.
Storage Of Ativan
- Keep this medicine out of the sight of children.
- After the expiration, do not indicate that the medicine is used after “EXP” on the carton or bottle. From
- The due date refers to the last day of the month.
- Ativan injections should be stored refrigerated (2 ° C to 8 ° C).
- Place the ampoule in an external box to protect it from light.
- Do not dispose of medicines via wastewater or household waste. Ask your pharmacist how
- Throw away any unused medication. These measures contribute to environmental protection
Drug Interactions Of Ativan
Ativan and all benzodiazepines can increase the effects of other drugs that can slow down the brain process, such as alcohol, barbiturates, anesthetics, and sedatives. Ativan and these medications can cause excessive tranquility. When patients taking the relaxing loxapine (losartan) took Ativan, there was a marked calming effect. It is not clear whether there is a drug interaction, but when Ativan and loxapine are used together, caution should be exercised.
Overdose Of Ativan
It is safe to take Ativan at the recommended dose at the recommended time. However, taking this medicine in large doses carries the risk of an overdose, which can lead to coma or even death.
As an inhibitor of the central nervous system, Ativan slows brain and nerve activity. When used alone and correctly, Ativan rarely causes coma, coma or death. However, high doses of Ativan can have fatal consequences, especially in combination with other medicines that also inhibit brain and vital organ activity. Many accidental or deliberate overdose medications are associated with the use of Ativan along with alcohol, prescription analgesics, other anti-anxiety medications, and hypnotics for insomnia.
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